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Title: Safe use of mine winding rope, volume 1: executive summary.
Authors: Hecker, GFK
Keywords: SIMRAC
GAP 054
Mine winding ropes
Rope inspectors
Rope safety
Rope condition assessment
Issue Date: Apr-1996
Citation: Hecker, GFK. 1996. Safe use of mine winding rope, volume 1: executive summary. Safety in Mines Research Advisory Committee, GAP 054, April, 1996, 1-23
Abstract: The current South African regulations for sizing of mine winder ropes were introduced during 1956, based mainly on circumstantial evidence. A more rational approach was required to meet the demands for improved guarantees of safety and for more economical winding operations. Investigation in this regard was undertaken by the CSIR on behalf of the Chamber of mines. These studies were guided by steering committee on factor of safety of winder ropes and were completed just before SIMRAC system commenced.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/1681
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