What is shafting mining?
Shaft mining is the deepest form of mining in the underground tunnel. Miners will travel from the surface of the earth and go down to the mine base by elevator. The miners have to dig straight to where the mineral are located beneath the earth. Although the operation is too dangerous and don’t have enough air to breath, miners still have enough air to survive by remove all natural gas and let the air come down through the shaft. On the top of the surface there are two elevator operations which they use it for transport the miners and facility up and down between the surface and underneath the earth. Those two big giant elevator by built up before the mining started. In emergency case, the operations of mining have at least one axillary cage or ladder that connects from the surface in order to leave the mine safety. Smaller mining operations use a skip mounted underneath the cage, rather than
a separate device, while some large mines have separate shafts for the cage and skips. Shaft mining frequently divided into multiple compartments or rooms. The largest room is for storing mining facility and miners. It likes a big elevator that carries miner to underground. Emergency compartment was included beneath the storing room. An additional compartment houses mine services such as high voltage cables and pipes for transfer of water, compressed air or diesel fuel. Bad Affect caused by Shaft Mining!
Mining always cause huge affection...