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Mipac Case Study: Global Miner Australia, Zinc Underground Mine
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Mipac Case Study: Global Miner Australia, Zinc Underground Mine

This was originally published by Mipac.

Scope

Commission underground fuel pumping system.

Problem

Client originally planned to commission this system themselves but then asked Mipac to assist them to commission the system. Coordinating client, vendor and Mipac schedules to commission on-site was proving difficult.

Solution

Mipac Project Lead remotely:

  • Facilitated auto-start/stop sequencing design and risk assessment workshops.

  • Commissioned auto-start/stop sequence.

  • Monitored auto-start/stop sequence and adjusted control functionality to optimise performance.

Value

  • Plant up and running 30 mins faster when auto-start used.

  • Operators using auto-start sequence to completion 100% of time.

  • Eliminated travel cost and time, induction time, underground travel time and reduced

  • Client Lead coordination requirements. Original estimate of 3-days was completed in 1-day.

"We can’t believe that Ashish and his team were able to remotely configure and commission our new control strategy in the challenging conditions presented in underground mining and in less time than we allowed for if they were on-site. Ashish’s results have us asking what else we can get Mipac to do remotely."

Get in touch and find out how we can improve your performance.

To request a call from a Mipac expert please visit mipac.com.au/remote-delivery.

 

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