Industrial minerals represent the raw material for plenty of products which are being used in our everyday life. A very wide range of industries is supplied with materials like limestone, salt, kaolin, granite or charcoal. Not the least, Europe is one of the most important supplier for such minerals worldwide, this industry representing a major pillar for the economic sustainability and development.
The main processes that we cover relate to stone reception, several stages of feeding, crushing and sorting, magnetic separation, while in the final stages the end material is bulk loaded or stockpiled.
Examples of bulk materials that we use to handle: metal and mineral ores and deposits, including coal, copper, iron, limestone, nickel, precious metals, potash, uranium, diamonds, minerals, rare earth elements and much more.
A strongly related industry to the minerals one is the metallurgical one, having a strategic role as well for the European Union economy.
The main processes that we cover relate to crushing, feeding and screening the raw materials or additives, dust treatment, mixing and granulating.
Examples of bulk materials that we use to handle: scrap steel, iron ore, pellet, coke, sinter, lime and limestone, additives and many others.