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Mining Product: Underground Coal Mine Lighting Handbook (In Two Parts): 2. Application

January 1986

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This Bureau of Mines report and its companion report (Information Circular 9073) have been prepared as a complete reference on underground coal mine lighting. This report discusses system design criteria and procedures, data and specifications to aid in selection of suitable mine lighting hardware, and guidelines for system installation and maintenance. Topics include light measuring techniques and instruments, illumination regulations for underground coal mine environments and equipment, lamps and ballasts, available mine lighting hardware, design and evaluation of coal mine illumination systems, and installation and maintenance of a mine lighting system.

Authors: WH Lewis

Information CircularJanuary - 1986

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NIOSHTIC2 Number: 10005293

Pittsburgh, PA: U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Mines, IC 9074, 1986 Jan; :1-89

 
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