allmineral Aufbereitungstechnik GmbH And Co. KG was founded in Duisburg in March 1988. The new company did not start from scratch, allmineral acquired the entire know-how as well as the staff from the Oberhausener »MAN Gutehoffnungshütte AG«, which was a huge advantage in that the highly-qualified and hard-working team of engineers was already well established in the coal and ore market. allmineral was quick to use this experience in new markets, adding the gravel, sand and recycling markets to its arena of expertise. The determined actions and in particular the client-focused corporate strategy soon secured allmineral a significant market position as an independent, medium-sized company.
Key products which ensured the company s rapid progress were its alljig® gravel jigging machines for separating contaminants from gravel and sand. This technology allowed many gravel and sand producers to solve their quality issues with economic feasibility. In the early nineties the company introduced its all-new allflux® fluidized bed separator. This machine made it possible for the first time to classify large volumes of sand water slurries and concurrently remove organic impurities in a single pass. The high technical functionality and distinct economic benefits of these machines resulted in a quick market breakthrough for the Duisburg company.
Alongside these successes in the gravel and sand industry, the company continued its activities in the traditional processing technology arena, especially with its jigs for coal and ores. The world s largest plants use alljig® jigging machines, such as a 2000 t h coal-washery in the USA and a 4.000 t h iron ore beneficiation-plant in South Africa. With over 360 machines sold to date, allmineral has definitively developed into the world s market leader in jigging technology.
Yet the company focuses not only on wet processing – it also offers expertise in dry processing technology. The allair® air jig for the beneficiation of coal and lignite in a dry environment without the use of water represents an absolute novelty with respect to specific capacities and performance. Since the industrial introduction of this innovative technology in 2002, allmineral has delivered over 60 machines to coal mines respectively power stations as well as DRI- plants in the USA, India, Columbia, the Ukraine and the largest plant of its kind; a 600 t h coal processing plant in Spain.
Since early 2007 the product range has been supplemented by a wet high-intensity magnetic separator. The gaustec® magnetic separator is used to sort fine-grained, paramagnetic ores like hematite iron ores with capacities of up to more than 700 tph per unit, the biggest WHIMS in the market. Another application of the gaustec® is the separation of iron contaminants from industrial sands.
Owing to the huge demand, foreign activities with subsidiaries in the USA, Poland, South African and recently India have been expanded considerably. In doing so, allmineral supplies its clients not only with individual components, but also with full-service solutions from concept development through to planning, construction and the final production phase of entire plants, with machines from its own product range as the core of the facilities.
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01.11.2010 alljig-jigging machines in demand worldwide Europe's largest stainless steel plant in Tornio, Finland - producing 1.7 million tons a year - recently opened a new slag processing plant in September 2010. The main components of this new plant are two powerful alljig-jigging machines, ordered by TAPOJÄRVI, which runs the plant on behalf of OUTOKUMPU. 28.09.2010 A Quantum Jump - gaustec's new X-type Mega-WHIMS It took them 5 years - from the first industrial unit to the biggest WHIMS ever built. Where everything started in 2005 with a 120 tph gaustec 3200 the new Mega-WHIMS gaustec GX 3600 went into operation in July this year, at a capacity of 700 tph. 01.05.2010 Much interest in allmineral at BAUMA 2010 Despite travel difficulties as a result of the volcanic ash cloud this year, the BAUMA was once again a great success for allmineral. Numerous visitors from all over the world interested in our Duisburg-based company visited our booth to find out about our efficient processing and separation of mineral raw materials. 01.05.2010 allmineral at BAUMA 2010 allmineral presents the state of innovative processing technology at BAUMA 2010. The specialist in efficient mineral processing presents new developments, machines and procedures at the world’s most important trade fairs. 20.03.2010 allmineral - speeding ahead Just four years after its successful entrance into the Indian market, allmineral GmbH And CO KG is continuing its plans for expansion into India by opening a subsidiary company. Allmineral Asia Pvt. Ltd. was founded in June 2009 in Kolkata as a joint venture with Jyotirmoyee International Pvt. Ltd. allmineral Asia is now responsible for the marketing, supply, project management and service for all of allmineral’s complete solutions for mineral beneficiation in India and Southeast Asia. 01.12.2008 allmineral forges ahead in indian iron ore beneficiation Together with Indian partner Hari Maschines Ltd, allmineral has managed to convince yet another major Indian company of the quality and performance of the »made in Duisburg« processing plants. Jindal Steel + Power Limited (JSPL) has ordered a total of 14 machines. 10.09.2008 allmineral machines for Indian Pellet Site allmineral has won another major contract - and it is another success for the cooperation of the Duisburg processing specialists with Indian Machine manufacturers Hari Machines Ltd.: together with its Indian partner, the allmineral experts will be delivering two allflux-fluidised bed separators and three gaustec high-intensity magnetic separators to the Brahmani River Pellets Limited. 01.04.2008 allmineral technology in Australia Australian Fortescue to use six modern allflux fluidised bed separators in iron ore production. This year, west-Australian mining company Fortescue Metals is set to start iron ore production in the Pilbara region using allmineral technology. 01.03.2008 Through the Rheinland at 20 clicks A brand-new allflux-2000 fluidised bed separator was recently transported through the heart of Nordrhein-Westfalen to its destination in the middle of the night. 01.03.2008 More demand for iron ore As the most important raw material for steel production, iron ore is in great demand. The huge backlog in infrastructure in emerging nations such as China, India and in Latin America is causing product scarcity and rising prices.
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