Positive Pressure in Operator Cabins does not mean Overall Safety
*The Australian Cancer Council estimates that more than 500,000 Australian workers are exposed to silica dust at their workplace based on a 2011 study. This exposure may lead to silicosis, lung cancer, kidney disease, and COPD /other life-threatening diseases.
Breathe Safe White Paper
How to Control Cabin Respirable Mine Dust Exposures and Comply with Occupational Exposure Limits (OEL).
Do you have dust inside the cabin, expensive air conditionig (HVAC) repairs and maintenance?
Onsite workshop & training
Remote monitoring is the key for success
Sytem display to let the operator know that the system is working
Fresh air (HEPA) pressurisation
RPME is the best practice to stop respirable dust
OEM cabin filters were not designed to stop respirable dust
DPM (Diesel Particuate Matter) is a group one carcinogen
Silica (RCS) is twenty times more toxic than coal dust