The allair® jig only requires air as pulsating medium, while still offering many of the functions of the water-operated alljig®.
Wet and dry separation and processing systems
allmineral’s innovative solutions play a key role in the state-of-the-art processing of raw materials around the world. With its innovative alljig®, allair®, allflux® and allgauss® systems, allmineral has operated successfully in the market for more than 25 years, making it the ideal partner for the separation and processing of coal, ore, slag, gravel and sand, as well as for recycling.
allmineral plants are located in Europe, India, Australia, North and South America, as well as South Africa. Today there are more than 750 allmineral plants in operation around the world, reliably and efficiently applying both dry and wet methods.
Wet jigging machines for density separation | alljig®
The alljig® jigging machine sorts primary and secondary raw materials and waste products based on differential densities over a large spectrum of grain sizes.
The new alljig®-GR model is capable of processing grain sizes of up to 100mm without bucket elevators. With throughput rates of between 5t/h and 500t/h, they are used effectively for wet processing coal and ores as well as gravel and sand.
With almost 500 alljigs® in operation, references are superb and further boosted by new contracts in ferrous and non-ferrous ores as well as aggregates and recycling applications over the last couple of months.
Separation of slurried fines | allflux®
The allflux® process makes intelligent use of the laws of physics. The allflux® fluidised bed separator combines high throughputs as well as high efficiency levels while cleaning, upgrading, thickening and blending within one single machine. allflux® technology is used for producing high-quality concrete sand, coal and ore.
Throughput rates of up to 2,000m³/h in just one single unit are viable along with the processing of particle sizes of up to 4mm. The advantages of the allflux® are well-recognised by customers throughout the world by next to 150 installations, of which more than 50% are in iron ore beneficiation.
Air-jigging machines for separation without water | allair®
The allair® jig comprises many of the features of the alljig® wet jigging machine, but operates with air only. Developed specifically with coal producers in mind, the allair® is a milestone in productivity and quality, producing marketable fuels from coal at minimum cost.
With their low ash and sulphur content, the products are not only more energy efficient but also less harmful to the environment.
Wet high intensity magnetic separator | allgauss®
Highly selective separation, great flexibility and huge capacities are just some of the strengths of the allgauss®. The allgauss® magnetic separator is used mainly for separating the finest grains based on their magnetic properties, as in finely intergrown ores.
The machine separates paramagnetic and low magnetic minerals of up to 3mm grain size in a wet separation process using magnetic fields.
Whatever your requirements, we apply the same principle to all of our customers by offering solutions that are based on their individual demands, the market situation and the quality of the raw materials.
Our qualified staff specialise in drawing up customised solutions in close co-operation with our customers. From the concept through to commissioning, allmineral offers a faultless process in terms of both cost efficiency and technology.
allmineral’s high standards in project management are a guarantee for all our customers.
The water-operated alljig fluidises the feed material through the use of pulsating water forming layers of grains according to their density. This subsequently separates the heavy material from the stratified material bed.
At Georgia’s Chiatura mines a complete plant designed by allmineral is helping to process manganese ore to world market standard. With the turnkey processing plant, annual production is set to increase to 700,000 tonnes.
This paper displays the enrichment of manganese ore utilizing jigging technology, discusses the advantages of jigging over other separation methods and highlights the application of the alljig® in the Espigão project in Brazil.
Dry jigging eliminates the clean coal moisture penalty associated with wet processing. Particulate emissions are virtually non-existent due to inclusions of fabric dust collectors on all modern dry jig plants.
allmineral has released the latest edition of its Globall magazine, which focuses on the company's business in Australia after the establishment of its subsidiary, allmineral Australia Pty Ltd.
allmineral has developed a number of patented machines which have proven themselves worldwide in a variety of beneficiation processes for raw and waste materials. This brochure provides more information about the alljig®, allflux®, allair® and the gaustec® systems.
The Black Thunder thermal coal mine, located in the Southern Powder River Basin of Wyoming, US, was opened in 1977 and for many years was the largest single coal operation in the world.
The Amrun bauxite project (formerly South of Embley Project) is located near Boyd Point, 40km south of the existing Weipa mine and 40km north of Aurukun in the Cape York Peninsula, Australia.
Iron Road fully owns the Central Eyre Iron Project on the Eyre Peninsula of South Australia. The project, set to become Australia’s biggest magnetite project, includes the construction of a $4bn integrated supply chain consisting of a mine, rail, and a deepwater port operation on the Eyre Peninsula.
allmineral is taking place at Bauma 2019 in Munich, Germany.
Yunnan Hualian Zinc and Iridium Co. Ltd has shown their trust in allmineral by awarding a contract for the supply of three advanced alljig® units to their latest pre-concentration project.
Effective January 2019, Mr Gurudas Mustafi will be joining allmineral GmbH & Co as managing director of allmineral Asia with a focus on continuing and extending the company’s technological leadership by diversifying and increasing the footprint of the product portfolio.
allmineral is to attend the 14th International Mining & Machinery Exhibition (IMME) 2018 at Eco Park, Rajarhat, Kolkata, India.
allmineral is to participate in two mineral treatment demonstrations at IFAT 2018 in Munich, Germany.
One of the world's largest steelmakers has opted for allmineral’s cutting-edge technology and tried-and-tested competence to redesign, expand and upgrade the iron ore beneficiation process at its iron-ore mine in the Kazakh town of Atassu.
For the construction of its new processing plant in La Parrilla, W Resources is banking on the Duisburg technology leader three times over.
allmineral has been awarded the contract to supply a state-of-the-art coal processing plant to SEKAKO Mining. It will operate in the newly opened 350,000ha coal mining area in central Kalimantan, Borneo.
Allmineral delivered a new manganese ore beneficiation plant at the Chiatura mine site in Georgia at the beginning of October.
Schleswig-Holstein-based Ohle & Lau GmbH gravel quarry has been an allmineral customer since its inception, producing top quality gravel for more than a quarter of a century.
The use of innovative allmineral technology is making a substantial contribution towards increasing production output at Brazil's Espaigão mine.
gaustec technology has been revolutionising ore processing around the world for many years. Continuous research and development has resulted in major improvements in wet high-intensity magnetic separation.
allmineral has strengthened its management team with the addition of Dipl.- Ing. Andreas Hees. Andreas, who was born in Tübingen, Germany, is a proven specialist in raw materials processing, particularly iron ore. With effect from 1st of November 2013, his appointment will enforce allmineral's personnel resources for further successful expansion.
Allmineral provides the key technology for efficient copper ore processing in Queensland, Australia.
With the most recent incorporation of allmineral Australia Pty Ltd, allmineral directly contributes to the remarkable expansion of Western Australia's iron ore mining industry. This direct investment provides for an even stronger market presence of allmineral in Western Australia concurrent with further improved customer services now directly rendered from allmineral's Australian experts.
Schmidt, Kranz Group Germany is a globally active mechanical engineering company based in Velbert in, whose recent acquisition of 75% of the shares in Allmineral will continue the growth of past years.