UNDERGROUND

Lights and cameras put to good use during borehole spraying

NAUTITECH intrinsically safe lights and high definition cameras were recently used for monitoring of borehole spraying at a major coal mine in Queensland.

Images from the shaft liner were transferred to monitors on the surface providing a clear view as shotcrete was sprayed.

Images from the shaft liner were transferred to monitors on the surface providing a clear view as shotcrete was sprayed.

Images from the shaft liner were transferred to monitors on the surface providing a clear view as shotcrete was sprayed over the entire length of a 290m long and 4m wide shaft. In 2018, Nautitech transformed...

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