In mines around Australia and around the world the basic day to day mining experience always brings the unexpected. Equipment failures, injuries and things in general going pear shaped are just a part of a miner's life. Only recently launched in Australia, the IVAC Industrial Vacuum system has been deployed around the world on mine sites from...
Each week we publish articles and case studies on the IVAC Australia Blog and on LinkedIn Pulse which show how the machines can be used by mining companies to improve things on site, here is a recent article on LinkedIn that is all about how one Aussie mining company is not only going to improve their health and safety record but also engage in more effective resource management:
Two birds with one stone - how one Aussie mining company plans to both save water and reduce injuries on site
This week's post is inspired by an email that I saw come across my desk earlier in the week. It highlights a couple of problems that are faced on mine sites around the world and one big one which is often especially a problem in Australia.
Since we brought the IVAC units to Australia about 12 months ago we have had a huge amount of interest and they've been put through their paces from coast to coast. They are Canadian engineered, can be operated by just one man and save money, resources and injuries. If you'd like more information on the IVAC then we'd love to see how we can help you out. Click here to give us your details so we can get started.