This document specifies the design loads and the design procedures for the design of rope guides and rubbing ropes used for guiding conveyances and preventing collisions in vertical mine shafts for permanent operations. It covers personnel and material hoisting, as well as rock hoisting installations. There are no fundamental limitations placed on the size of conveyances, the hoisting speeds, shaft layout configurations, or the shaft depth. This document can be applicable to shaft sinking operations when kibbles run on the stage ropes. There are many reasons, based on technical, timing, and cost factors, why rope guides are selected or not for a particular application, following careful assessment at feasibility stage of any project where rope guides are considered. This document provides some comments regarding the advantages and disadvantages of using rope guides compared to rigid guides, and specific design aspects for consideration when using rope guides. However, it is primarily intended to provide the technical information required to ensure good engineering of shafts where rope guided hoisting is the chosen solution. This document does not cover matters of operational safety.

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This document specifies performance and design requirements for air quality control systems for operator enclosures and their monitoring devices. The design specifications are universal in their application and do not contemplate specific mining environments. They are intended to meet identified parameters of both pressurization and respirable particulate and carbon dioxide concentrations. This document also specifies test methods to assess such parameters and provides operational and maintenance instructions. Recommendations are made for operational integration of the air quality control system. Gases and vapours that can be a hazard in the work environment outside of the operator enclosure are excluded from this document.

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This document establishes a vocabulary for mine closure and reclamation management.

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This document specifies the commonly used terms in mine planning and surveying. Only those terms that have a specific meaning in this field are included.

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This document specifies the geologic terms commonly used in mining. Only those terms that have a specific meaning in this field are included.

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This document provides safety requirements for autonomous machines and semi-autonomous machines (ASAM) used in earth-moving and mining operations, and their autonomous or semi-autonomous machine systems (ASAMS). It specifies safety criteria both for the machines and their associated systems and infrastructure, including hardware and software, and provides guidance on safe use in their defined functional environments during the machine and system life cycle. It also defines terms and definitions related to ASAMS. It is applicable to autonomous and semi-autonomous versions of the earth-moving machinery (EMM) defined in ISO 6165 and of mobile mining machines used in either surface or underground applications. Its principles and many of its provisions can be applied to other types of ASAM used on the worksites. Safety requirements for general mobile EMM and mining machines, as well as operators, trainers or passengers on the machine, are given by other International Standards (e.g. ISO 20474, ISO 19296). This document addresses additional hazards specific and relevant to ASAMS when used as intended. It is not applicable to remote control capability (covered by ISO 15817) or function-specific automated features, except when those features are used as part of ASAMS.

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This document specifies the safety requirements for self-propelled mobile machines used in underground mining, as defined in 3.1. This document deals with hazards, hazardous situations and hazardous events (see Annex B) relevant to these machines when they are used as intended or under conditions of misuse reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer. For utility/service/support machines, this document only includes provisions to address the risks associated with the mobility (movement of the whole machine from one location to another). Risks for the additional functions (e.g. scaling, concrete spraying, bolting, charging, drilling, attachments) are not covered in this document. This document specifies the appropriate technical measures for eliminating or sufficiently reducing risks arising from hazards, hazardous situations or hazardous events during commissioning, operation and maintenance. This document does not address: — the additional risks for machines operating in potentially explosive atmospheres; — air quality and engine emissions. This document is not applicable to: — machines constrained to operate by rails; — continuous miners, roadheaders, drill rigs, conveyors, long wall production equipment, tunnel boring machines (TBM), and mobile crushers.

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This document specifies the safety requirements for rock drill rigs and rock reinforcement rigs designed for the following underground or surface operations: a) blast hole drilling; b) rock reinforcement; c) drilling for secondary breaking; d) dimensional stone drilling; e) mineral prospecting, e.g. utilizing core drilling or reverse circulation; f) water and methane drainage drilling; g) raise boring. NOTE Rigs can be designed for more than one of the operations above. See ISO 18758-1 for vocabulary. This document is also applicable to earth-moving machinery as defined in ISO 6165, modified to become a rock drill rig or rock reinforcement rig. This document is not applicable to the following machines: drill rigs for soil and rock mixture; (geothermal drill rigs, water well drill rigs, water jet drill rigs, micro pile drill rigs; surface horizontal directional drill rigs (HDD) as defined in ISO 21467), kelly drill rigs (and casing drivers); cable tool drill rigs; pre-armouring machines; sonic drill rigs; shaft sinking drill rigs; crane attached drill rigs; drill rigs on derricks; scaling machines. This document deals with the significant hazards, hazardous situations or hazardous events, as listed in Annex E, relevant to rock drill rigs and rock reinforcement rigs (see ISO 18758‑1), when they are used as intended and under the conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer. This document is not applicable to rigs manufactured before the date of its publication.

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This document defines terms relating to rock drill rigs and rock reinforcement rigs, including their intended use, working methods, types, and main components. It also provides (see Annex A) several classifications of rock drill rigs, based on intended use, mobility and type of operation. The primary use of this document is in instruction handbooks for rock drill rigs and in marketing material. Safety related terminology is used in ISO 18758‑2. This document is not applicable to drill rigs for soil and rock mixture. NOTE Documents covering vocabulary of related subjects are found in the bibliography.

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This document specifies the loads, the load combinations and the design procedures for the design of shaft system structures in both vertical and decline shafts. The shaft system structures covered by this document include buntons, guides and rails, station structures, rock loading structures, brattice walls, conveyance and vehicle arresting structures and dropsets, services supports, rope guide anchor supports and box fronts. Rock support is excluded from the scope of this document. This document does not cover matters of operational safety, or layout of the shaft system structures This document adopts a limit states design philosophy.

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This document specifies the loads, the load combinations and the design procedures for the design of the steel and aluminium alloy structural members of conveyances used for the transport of personnel, materials, equipment and rock in vertical and decline shafts. The conveyances covered by this document include personnel or material cages (or both), skips, kibbles, equipping skeleton cages, inspection cages, bridles, crossheads and counterweights. This document is not intended to be used for the design of ropes, sheaves or attachments. Rope sizes are determined in accordance with other standards. This document does not cover chairlifts. This document does not cover matters of operational safety or layout of conveyances. This document adopts a limit states design philosophy.

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This document specifies the design loads and the design procedures for the structural design of headframe structures of mine shafts and their components for permanent and sinking operations. The headframe includes all structures and their foundations, that are required at the head of all vertical and decline mine shafts for the purposes of supporting and installing winding and sinking ropes, conveyance guides, rope guides and rubbing ropes, equipment for loading and unloading conveyances, safety devices, as well as ancillary sinking and maintenance equipment. The headframe also includes the bank and sub-bank levels. This document does not cover matters of operational safety or layout of the headframe. This document adopts a limit states design philosophy.

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This document specifies the design loads and the design procedures for the structural design of stages and components of stages. The loads specified in this document are not applicable for the design of stage ropes or sheaves. Rope sizes are determined in accordance with other standards. This document does not cover matters of operational safety, or layout of the sinking stage. This document adopts a limit states design philosophy.

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This document specifies the terms and definitions related to the structures for mine shafts, used throughout ISO 19426. Terms used in mining can vary from conventional engineering usage, and they vary quite considerably between different countries. For this reason, alternative terms are provided in many of the entries. The preferred terms, given in bold type, are those used throughout ISO 19426. It is assumed that users of this document are familiar with mining, so common terms with normal dictionary usage are not defined. Also, no definitions are provided for terms that can be widely used in mining but are not explicitly used in ISO 19426.

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ISO 19434:2017 establishes a classification of mine accidents by their origin or causes, by the type of accident, and by their results or consequences. The latter includes only the accidents resulting into consequences on people, not equipment or machinery. Different categories of causes, types and consequences of mine accidents are briefly defined, and a 3-digit code is assigned to each category. These can be combined to ultimately allocate a unique 15-digit code to each type of mine accident. This code can then be used in statistical analysis. Similarly, an allocated code clearly shows to which categories of causes, type of accident and resulting consequences the mine accident belongs to. ISO 19434:2017 is applicable to all surface and underground mines. NOTE: Accidents can be classified in terms of other items than those given in ISO 19434:2017, especially in researches and in other classification schemes. These can be, e.g. classifications based on the level of financial damages; gender, age, professional skills, terms of service and academic degree of the personnel; days of week, month, year, hour of accident; area of site, etc. While these classifications can be useful to enable certain decisions to be taken by the health and safety executives, they are not considered in ISO 19434:2017.

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ISO 19224:2017 deals with safety requirements for continuous surface miners (CSM). It specifies common requirements for the design and construction of CSM to protect workers from accidents and health hazards that can occur during operation, loading, transport and maintenance. ISO 19224:2017 deals with known significant hazards, hazardous situations or hazardous events relevant to CSM, when they are used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer (see Annex A). ISO 19224:2017 also specifies the appropriate technical measures to eliminate or reduce risks arising from the significant hazards as identified in Annex A. ISO 19224:2017 is not applicable to CSM manufactured before the date of its publication.

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ISO 19225:2017 specifies safety requirements to minimize the hazards listed in Clause 4 that can occur during the assembly, use, maintenance, repair, decommissioning, disassembly and disposal of shearer loaders and plough systems when used as intended and under conditions of misuse which are reasonably foreseeable by the manufacturer, in underground mining. ISO 19225:2017 does not cover any hazards resulting from explosive atmospheres. Requirements for explosive atmospheres can be found in ISO/IEC 80079‑38. ISO 19225:2017 is not applicable to machines that are manufactured before the date of its publication.

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This part of ISO 10097 specifies the nomenclature and the leading dimensions necessary for the interchangeability of the following wireline drilling equipment for drilling holes 48 mm to 96 mm in diameter, yielding cores of 27 mm to 63 mm in diameter. The equipment is illustrated in Figure 1 and comprises the following: a) core bit; b) reaming shell; c) core lifter; d) core lifter case; e) outer tube; f) inner tube; g) drill rod (smooth pipe only).

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This part of ISO 10097 specifies the nomenclature and the leading dimensions necessary for the interchangeability of the following wireline drilling equipment for drilling holes of diameter 1,890 in to 3,790 in, yielding cores of diameter 1,063 in to 2,500 in. The equipment is illustrated in Figure 1 and comprises the following: a) core bit; b) reaming shell; c) core lifter; d) core lifter case; e) outer tube; f) inner tube; g) drill rod (smooth pipe only).

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Specifies the material for and dimensions of equipment for drilling in solid or weakly fissured medium hard or hard formations to depths of 1200 m to 1500 m. Applies to equipment with outer bit diameters of 46 mm, 59 mm, 76 mm and 93 mm with corresponding core diameters from 24 mm to 59 mm.

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Establishes the nomenclature and lays down the leading dimensions to ensure interchangeability within the limits of system A of the following equipment: drill rods and couplings; casings, casing couplings, casing bits, casing shoes, drive shoes and casing ream shells; core barrels, core bits, core lifters and reaming shells. Specifies the characteristics of a range of equipment for drilling holes having diameters from 30 mm to 200 mm and yielding cores having diameters from 18,5 mm to 165 mm.

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Establishes the nomenclature and lays down the leading dimensions to ensure interchangeability within the limits of system B of the following equipment: drill rods and couplings, fishing rods and couplings; casing tubes, casing drive shoes, casing shoe bits, casing bits and sediment tubes; core barrels, core bits, core lifters and reaming shells. Specifies the characteristics of a range of equipment for drilling holes having diameters from 36 mm to 146 mm and yielding cores from 22 mm to 120 mm in diameter.

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Establishes the nomenclature and lays down the leading dimensions to ensure interchangeability within the limits of system B of the following equipment: drill rods and couplings, fishing rods and couplings; casing tubes, casing drive shoes, casing shoe bits, casing bits and sediment tubes; core barrels, core bits, core lifters and reaming shells. Specifies the characteristics of a range of equipment for drilling holes having diameters from 1.42 in to 5.74 in and yielding cores from 0.87 in to 4.72 in in diameter.

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Establishes the nomenclature and lays down the leading dimensions to ensure interchangeability within the limits of system A of the following equipment: drill rods and couplings; casings, casing couplings, casing bits, casing shoes, drive shoes and casing ream shells; core barrels, core bits, core lifters and reaming shells. Specifies the characteristics of a range of equipment for drilling holes having diameters from 1.18 in to 7.88 in and yielding cores having diameters from 0.73 in to 6.5 in.

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Changes in Figure 20 (page 21) "Type DM" to "Type DT".

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Figure 13: change the value for the dimension D for type M(DM)59C from 49 to 44,3. Figure 30: change the value for the dimension Dx for type DP76C from 75 to 76.

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Defines dimensions and tolerances of left-hand rope threads to be used on rope threaded drill steel equipment for percussive drilling. Five sets of values are given.

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Specifies the dimensions of both forged collared shanks and corresponding chuck bushings. Values are given for five nominal sizes. This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition (1974), which has been technically revised (extension of the range of sizes and specification of the size of the internal diameter at the forged collar).

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Specifies the dimensions for seven nominal sizes. This third edition cancels and replaces the second edition (1985), which has been technically revised (addition of round drill steels and extension of the range of sizes).

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Specifies the basic dimensions of rope threaded drill steel equipment for percussive drilling of 8 nominal sizes. This equipment comprises mainly hexagonal shank rods, extension rods, coupling sleeves and drill bits.

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Lays down the basic dimensions of drill rods and the necessary dimensions of the tapered connections. These dimensions shall comply with those given in figure 1 and table 1 and in figure 2 and table 2, respectively.

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Specifies the dimensions. The 19 mm hexagonal integral stems with forged collared shank shall comply with the dimensions shown in figure 1 and given in table 1. The 22 mm stems shall comply with the dimensions shown in figure 2 and given in table 2. The 25 mm stems shall comply with the dimensions shown in figure 3 and given in table 3.

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Gives guidance on methods of verifying sprocket dimensions specified in ISO 5613. Specifies those dimensions which should be measured to ensure compatibility between chain and sprocket.

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This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition (1984). Specifies the requirements for a range of connector units. Each unit consists of the following components: shackle type connector, connector bolt, connector nut. It does not indicate a complete design, but it gives sufficient detail to ensure dimensional compatibility with chains complying with ISO 610 and scraper bars complying with ISO 5612.

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This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition (1984). Specifies the requirements for a range of scraper bars for use in twin outboard chain assemblies made from chains complying with ISO 610 and associated shackle type connectors complying with ISO 1082. The figures illustrate shapes and reference quantities of concern. Tabulates the dimensions and strength rating of scraper bars.

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This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition (1982). Provides a unified series of symbols and abbreviations for the representation of certain minerals often found in rocks. In general, there are two ways of representing these minerals, namely: by the addition of another symbol characterizing the mineral; by the addition of letters designating the mineral (table 2 - ranging from No. 1 to No. 123).

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Specifies those properties of ropes and of their component parts which form a basis for acceptance. Does not apply to full-lock coil ropes, balance ropes and flat ropes used in mines. The characteristics of the wire to be used for the manufacture of these ropes are not covered. Annex A gives an example of a works certificate; annex B gives an example of a full works certificate.This second edition cancels and replaces the first edition (1976).

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Provides a series of graphical symbols to represent tectonic phenomena. This part includes symbols for: strata, faults, joints and schistosity; folds and monoclines; lineations and axes. Table 1 gives the basic symbols; table 2 shows special planes; table 3 contains slopes; table 4 represents folds and monoclines. Fourteen figures illustrate the descriptions.

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Specifies the requirements for a range of sprocket assemblies for use in twin outboard chain assemblies. These assemblies incorporate sprocket rings designed to accept chains complying with ISO 610, shackle type connectors complying with ISO 1082, and scraper bars complying with ISO 5612. It tabulates the dimensions and the figures illustrate shapes and reference quantities of concern. An annex gives design formulae.

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Provides a series of graphical symbols to represent rocks which have originated as the result of contact metamorphism or other effects. The symbols are divided into four groups which are shown in the table: a) contact rocks; b) metasomatic transformation; c) pneumatolytic and hydrothermal processes; d) weathering processes.

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Provides a unified series of symbols and ornaments for the representation of metamorphic rocks. The symbols and ornaments may be divided in two groups as follows: principal types; varia. They are reproduced in two tables which, being derived from a logical system, may be completed easily in case of need.

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