Welcome to the exciting world of mining!
The highly anticipated Mining Week 2023 exhibition in Kazakhstan is here!
It is a meeting of mining and metallurgical industry specialists from different countries to exchange experience and new technologies, the establishment of joint business projects.
Where industry leaders and enthusiasts gather to showcase the latest advancements in mining technologies, equipment, and services. protecfire is among the prominent participants, keeping the company at the forefront of fire safety solutions for the mining sector.
As attendees trickle into the bustling exhibition hall, anticipation fills the air. Protecfire’s booth stands out with its eye-catching displays, drawing the attention of curious visitors eager to explore innovative safety solutions.
The Protecfire team, comprised of knowledgeable experts and engineers, welcomes each guest with warm smiles and a wealth of knowledge.
Throughout the days, the Protecfire team engages in insightful conversations with attendees, discussing the unique challenges faced by mining companies and how Protecfire’s solutions can mitigate risks effectively.
Demonstrations of the advanced fire suppression systems and presentations on their groundbreaking research further solidify Protecfire’s reputation as a leader in mining safety.
As Mining Week progresses, industry professionals from various backgrounds gather at Protecfire’s booth, fostering valuable connections and collaborations. The anticipation for the coming days of the exhibition grows, as attendees eagerly anticipate the opportunity to delve deeper into Protecfire’s pioneering fire safety solutions.
Karaganda is the capital of Karaganda region in Kazakhstan. On 10th of February in 1934 Karaganda received City status.
It is the fourth most populous city in Kazakhstan, behind Almaty (Alma-Ata), Astana and Shymkent, with a population of 471,800 (as of 1 January 2010). Area of the city is about 550 sq. km. Geographical location: 49.8° North latitude and 73.1 East longitudes.
Karaganda is the oldest mining city being the residing area for a number of leading coal mining, metal processing and engineering companies of Central Asia.
The installation of a fire suppression system is not just an option but a necessity when it comes to vehicles.
Fire Suppression Systems for Energy Storage Systems (ESS): Ensuring Safety and Protection
Wimmer showcases the compact tunnel excavator and it comes with protecfire detexline 4MC.
ARJES, a top global supplier of double-shaft shredders, has selected Protecfire’s Detexline 4MC fire suppression system for their machinery. This decision highlights ARJES’ commitment to quality and attention to detail, further solidifying their position as a leading provider in their industry.
Fine spray or water mist fire suppression is a relatively new technology that is gaining popularity in the field of fire safety. This system works by releasing a fine spray of water droplets that effectively extinguishes fires, making it an effective alternative to traditional fire suppression systems like sprinklers.
It is with great pride that our A-EX team fitted the fire protection system for Caetano’s first bus. The electric bus is equipped with a comprehensive fire protection system that covers all potential risk areas, from the battery level to heating areas. The successful implementation of this project has led to Caetano replicating the system on other buses in their production line.