The ventilation system on a remote mine site is often the most overlooked part of the critical operating infrastructure. Fan downtime can severely reduce the mines production and development, not to mention the expense of on-site servicing.
Similarly an incorrectly specified or poorly designed system can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars in additional power consumption annually. Here are some examples of projects Clemcorp Australia have spearheaded.
Three 2.26m diameter 470kW axial fans were overhauled by Clemcorp to meet the primary ventilation requirements at Spotted Quoll.
Ventilation fan for the portal development at Syama Gold Mine.