Ventilation of the Frood Mine of the International Nickel Company of Canada, Limited

CIM Bulletin1932
THE Frood ore-body is expressed on surface as a prominent gossan ridge, with a total length of approximately two miles. The original Frood (the old No. 3 mine of the Canadian Copper Company) is at the southwest end of this gossan; adjoining it on the northeast is the Frood Extension ( until 1929 the property of i:he Mond Nickel Company), while at the extreme northeast end is the Stobie mine.
Keywords: Air, Fans, fresh air, gossan, relative humidity, stope, ventilation shaft, Mine, Mines, Shafts, stope, stopes, Temperature, Ventilation
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