When you’re working in a mine, there are many ways to stay connected. Becker Communications provides a variety of two-way radios and systems, including fixed mount and portable stations, as well as micro-packet bases stations and packet stations. These systems will help you and your coworkers find you and tell you how to reach you in an emergency.
Becker Communications, a leading manufacturer of mining communications systems, was founded in Greensburg, Pennsylvania in 2005. Becker Communications has recently expanded to surface mining and railroads equipped with communication systems.
Becker WMS is dedicated to providing reliable and customer-friendly products, as they continue to innovate around the globe. Becker WMS offers a variety of products that will allow you to keep in touch with your colleagues and remain at ease.
Becker Communications was founded on July 19, 2005. Since then, it has been recognized by many media outlets as one of Pennsylvania’s most thriving companies. Becker Communications’ unique willingness to innovate and push the boundaries of existing communication systems has earned them high esteem in the mining communications system industry.
Becker Communications has a Greensburg manufacturing plant that is ISO9001:2008 certified. This certification means that Becker can stand behind its products and manufacturing processes as safe, efficient and effective.
Becker Communications offers many hand-held communication devices, including walkie-talkies and two-way radios. They also offer accessories for cell phones. Although many might believe that these products won’t be of much use in mines or other work areas, they are essential to communicating with coworkers and staying safe.
Becker Communications’ Portable Monitors wireless systems are flexible and designed for field use.
This post was written by Justin Tidd, Director at Becker Mining Communications! For over 15 years, Becker Communications has been the industry’s leader in Tunnel communication system and electrical mining communication systems. As they expanded into surface mining, railroads, and tunneling they added wireless communication systems, handheld radios, tagging and tracking systems, as well as gas monitoring.