From copper processing in Queensland, Australia, to sorting hematite iron ore in Brazil’s »Iron Quadrangle«, from jigging machines in the Pilbara region to magnetic separators in the Indian Sarda mines: allmineral’s innovative solutions play a key role in the state of the art processing of raw materials around the world.
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Supported by its numerous international affiliates and selected partners allmineral supplied processing plants into the most important raw materials markets in the world. In these plants the systems are the key technology for the efficient and economical processing of ores, coal, gravel, sand, metal slag and a variety of recyclable materials.
And what’s more: as a member of the renowned Hazemag Group, allmineral has expanded its international network yet again and can provide an even better service to its customers by way of global collaboration with Hazemag companies and partners.
»The Hazemag Group’s involvement is another example of our successful and consistent marketing strategy focused on the global marketplace,« says allmineral’s CEO Dr. Ing. Heribert Breuer about the new partnership. »The international market has grown significantly for our mainstay in ore and coal processing. The company has established a sustainable global presence and as a group we will be able to offer to our customers an even larger range of products and expertise.«
allmineral´s latest start-up, allmineral Australia Pty. Limited contributes to strengthening allmineral’s position in the booming Australian market – a market that still has enormous potential. In addition to the successful commissioning of Rio Tinto’s strategically crucial pilot plant including alljig®, allflux® and gaustec®-WHIMS as the core components, allmineral secured more orders in the Pilbara area. By the end of 2012, there were a total of 17 alljigs® and 25 allflux® in operation in Australia.
allmineral’s latest achievement on the fifth continent was in Queensland: the up-and-coming Australian mine operator CUDECO is banking on the innovative Duisburg technology for its native copper processing. Under the direction of the Chinese state-owned enterprise SINOSTEEL in mid-2013, a total of ten alljigs® will be installed for the beneficiation of various grain sizes as part of the ambitious »Rocklands Group Copper Project«. This allmineral technology is used by a number of leading mining companies around the world and is the key component of this modern, high tech plant that will not only produce copper concentrate, but also cobalt, gold, pyrite and magnetite concentrates in the course of the next decades.
The first of the latest generation of magnetic separators have raised the bar in Brazil and India for hematite iron ore processing, by doubling the throughput rate to 700 tph. Despite this increase in capacity, the new design allows for keeping the gaustec®-GX WHIMS’ dimensions, weight and energy consumption at approximately the same level compared to smaller units.. As a direct result capital expenditure and operating costs per ton of feed are significantly lower, also thanks to the fact that the gaustec®-GX’s innovative technology requires less equipment in the field and allows for a simplified process flow.
allmineral’s success story continues in other areas as well – for example, with the alljig®-GR jigging machines for processing and cleaning coarse fractions of up to 80 mm particle size. In only four years, there have been 40 successful jig installations with this new discharge arrangement in the gravel, sand, ore and recycling sectors.
With its innovative alljig®, allair®, allflux® und gaustec® systems, allmineral has been successful in the market for over 25 years now, and is the right partner to talk to in regard to separation and processing of coal, ore, slag, gravel and sand or for recycling (of construction waste, for example). allmineral’s plants are in Europe, India, Australia, North and South America as well as in South Africa. Around the world there are more than 750 allmineral plants in operation, reliably and efficiently applying both methods, dry and wet.
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