Our motivation is Zero Harm.

“The first priority and concern of all in the coal and other mining industry must be the health and safety of its most precious resource – the miner”

US Federal Coal Mine Health and Safety Act 1969 – amended 1977

BreatheSafe is a proud Australian manufacturer of high-efficiency air filtration and air conditioning systems (HVAC) for mining and construction equipment. We supply intelligent, custom designed fresh air cabin pressurisation units with high-efficiency particulate filters (HEPA as standard) for fixed, mobile plant equipment and site buildings.

Exposure to any type of respirable dust or respirable particulate has a high probability of causing a heart & lung disease. Breathe-Safe’s high-efficiency cabin fresh air pressuriser systems are developed to isolate and protect operators working in hazardous environments at extraction, mineral processing and construction sites from numerous airborne substances, for example: respirable dust & respirable particulate, asbestos fibers / naturally-occurring asbestos(NOA), coal mine dust, silica (RCS), sulfur dioxide, DPM, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), stockpile emissions and others.

Find out more about best practice guides: Technical pages

The vast knowledge gained over time by traveling to sites to install, trial and then develop new systems has led BreatheSafe to work directly with OEM manufacturers and end users with existing (remote monitoring 24/7) trials with BHP, Rio Tinto, Boral, Caterpillar & Komatsu. Breathe-Safe continues to design and install custom air conditioning upgrades for Hyundai Construction equipment, Komatsu machinery & for Toyota material handling equipment.
BreatheSafe submits that there may be no “safe level” of exposure to respirable dust. However, it must be kept as low as reasonably practicable for the service life of the machine and the health of the operators.

Learn more about BreathSafe systems: Catalogues

BreatheSafe is committed to delivering the most effective product with systems that protect operators by reducing their exposure, to airborne respirable particles, to practically zero while inside the cabin and/or building.