External Digital Gas Monitoring Node - GuardIAN
Digital Gas Monitoring Nodes from the GuardIAN range provide an external gas monitoring solution for mine sites; designed specifically to be mounted to rock wall and high traffic areas of the underground mine. Sensor technology within each node monitors gas levels in surrounding areas; designed to facilitate efficiency and safety during re-entry and in an emergency.
As part of the GuardIAN Intelligence Network, the gas monitoring nodes can form an expandable and adaptable web, allowing increased coverage and accuracy of atmospheric data transmitted between MineARC Refuge Chambers, underground personnel and above-ground control.
Gas nodes can also be utilised alongside GuardIAN Lighting Nodes and Tracking Nodes.
- Available in 2, 4 and 6 gas models
- Visual alerts
- Connects to the GuardIAN Network
- Clear, digital interface
- Select your gas sensors
- Inclusive of temperature monitoring
- Wall-mountable design
- Easy installation with GuardIAN Connect
One of the biggest advantages of the GuardIAN Node System is the in-built Aura-FX Fixed Gas Monitoring technology; providing sites the ability to continuously monitor gas levels throughout the mine.
Underground gas monitoring via the GuardIAN Node Network is particularly useful during re-entry; allowing personnel to view falling gas levels in real time following a blast, and ultimately reducing wasted time spent on the surface or in the refuge chamber.
Personnel sheltering in a MineARC Refuge Chamber during a blast can monitor gas levels in their immediate surrounds via a GuardIAN tablet; receiving an automated all-clear as soon as the environment is safe.
Alternatively, personnel waiting on the surface will also receive a safe entry alert via any personal device, allowing them to quickly and safely re-enter the mine, minimising delays.
Learn More About the GuardIAN Gas Monitoring Range
Discover how the GuardIAN Gas Node for external gas monitoring can integrate with the wider GuardIAN Intelligence Network to provide real-time readings to the surface.
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