20 Jun Safeguarding health and safety with Fanmaster
Maintaining high standards of occupational health and safety practice is paramount in underground mines, where ventilation plays a vital role. Workers in these environments are regularly exposed to pollutants such as gases, dust, and fumes, which can have significant short and long-term health consequences with prolonged exposure.
Underground mines commonly encounter naturally occurring gases like methane, hydrocarbons, carbon dioxide, and ammonia, all of which pose potential risks to air quality and explosive hazards for workers in the industry.
To address these challenges, the ventilation process relies on mechanical ventilation fans to circulate fresh air into the area while expelling stale air.
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