Dust in British Columbia Mines

CIM Bulletin1939
DURING the past fourteen months, dust surveys have been made at thirty-six mines in the Province. These surveys are made to determine the concentration of dust in the mine atmosphere, the flow of air through the mine, the methods adopted to prevent the generation of dust, and the measures taken for its elimination. When high concentrations of dust are encountered, suggestions are given for its prevention •and elimination wherever possible.
Keywords: Air, blasting, Dust, dust, mechanical ventilation, mines, Mining Association of British Columbia, stopes, Mine, Mines, Rock, Rocks, Ventilation
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