Chemical Safety in Mining Industry

Mining is a major industry that provides the world with essential minerals and metals. However, the mining process can expose workers to harmful chemicals. These chemicals can contaminate the environment and cause health problems for workers and nearby communities.

Mineral production involves a range of physical and chemical processes, from ore excavation to the production of marketable materials.

Chemical-related injuries often involve burns from acids and alkalis, which can cause a variety of health problems, including burns, respiratory problems, and cancer.

Chemical injuries can be prevented by using personal protective equipment (PPE). ULTITEC recommends the following models to prevent environmental hazards in all procedures in each phase of mining industry.

*ULTITEC 4000S will be available in Q3, 2023

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