The problem of detecting gas accumulation in coal mines is very important for both Ukraine's coal mines and the world’s.
Every year in the world there are accidents at mines due to the accumulation of methane and its subsequent ignition, leading to a powerful explosion and human losses.
Existing gas analyzers can only partially solve this problem, as it is often the wandering gas that tries to accumulate in one place to a critical mass, but it is very difficult to determine this location by existing methods.
The project team has developed equipment and methods for detecting gas accumulation sites from the earth's surface. This allows the gas mines to be detected in the coal mines and to map the coalbed methane accumulation zones in the coalfields remotely, from the earth's surface, without descending into the mine.
The method is absolutely environmentally safe, does not require bulky motor vehicles or the presence of operators in gas accumulation sites, and ensures the safety of searching for coalbed methane.
This development has already been tested and can be implemented in industrial use at all coal mines and other mines where the availability of gas is possible.
Main directions of the project:
Our measuring methods with the use of excitation-receiving installation of a very small size allow the exploration of subsoil in almost any area.
Search operations are carried out without any adverse effect on the environment, ie the method is absolutely environmentally friendly.