Allmineral, the specialist in efficient mineral processing, will present new developments, machines and procedures at some of the world’s most important trade fairs.

Allmineral’s machines and processing plants have set the world’s standards for over 20 years raising the bar even higher. The company’s CEO, Dr Heribert Breuer and his team will present the latest generation of high capacity alljig®-gravel jigging machines and allair® air-pulsed jigging machines, along with future developments in efficient fine particle processing. This spring, Allmineral will present its globally renowned, tried-and-true technologies at BAUMA 2010, located in Hall B2, Stand 422. During the year, Allmineral will also attend several trade fairs, including EXPOMIN and COAL PREP 2010.

Allmineral offers machines and complete plants for upgrading sand, gravel, crushed stone, coal, ore and recycled materials. The technology is based on academic principals and practical experience. Literally hundreds of alljig-jigging machines are operating at a variety of aggregate and coal facilities in Europe and the US. A growing number of ore and slag producers are learning of the benefits offered by Allmineral’s line of machines and services.

Dry processing is increasingly becoming important, especially in the fields of coal processing and materials recycling. This is partly due to the large demand from India, where more than 30 allair-plants for coal processing are operating. For the first time, Allmineral presents to the public a simplified air jig controller and advanced machine design, which features significantly higher throughput rates. These advances will expand the economic application of dry processing for coal, and allow increased utilisation of coal.

Also, there are new developments in the field of fine particle processing. Allmineral’s sand processing plants now include a recently developed software package, which ensures a pre-set particle-size distribution curve for sand products, even with significant feed variations. On the one hand, there are exceptionally compact units with capacities of less than 100t/h, and on the other hand, there are allflux installations with extraordinarily high throughputs of more than 500t/h per machine. All of the machines are designed to remove deleterious materials while also classifying sands into fine, middle and coarse categories with exceptional precision.

Worldwide, demand in the steel and energy markets are increasing while the quality of extracted raw materials is decreasing, which means the efficient processing of ores and coal is critical. Allmineral initially became involved in iron ore processing during the mid-1990s when two alljig-jigging machines were sold to BHP in Australia. Since then, more than 60 jigging machines specifically designed for iron ore processing have been commissioned. Recently, allmineral’s allflux technology has been employed in India for classifying and enriching iron ores. Allmineral Asia is currently erecting additional iron ore processing plants, and has established Allmineral as the go-to problem solver for the iron ore market in India. In this market segment, over 50 machines have been sold; of these 50, eight are gaustec, wet high-intensity magnetic separators. Developed by Gaustec, Allmineral’s Brazilian partner, more than 40 of these machines have been sold worldwide in the last three years.

The line-up for international trade fairs attended by Allmineral will start on 12 April in Chile at the EXPOMIN, a trade fair for those in the field of South American mining. Allmineral will exhibit at LANZCO’s booth for five days, located at Stand G10.

After the BAUMA in Munich from 19 to 25 April 2010, Allmineral will be present at COALPREP 2010 in Kentucky from 26 to 29 April alongside Hein, Lehmann US at booth 825.