Business sites relating to the extraction and processing of Industrial Minerals which typically include phosphate, gypsum, salt, potash, nitrate, lime, clay, quarried stone,and sand and gravel.
Producers of bauxite. History and products Turkey.
Owns 120 mines, currently supplying fluorspar. Other reserves include feldspar, farrite, iron ore, ilmenite and bentonite. Egypt.
Industrial mineral development in India especially bentonite and bleaching clay in Kutch region.
Mines clinoptilolite in Idaho, for use in agricultural and pollution control applications. Subsidiary of United States Antimony Corporation.
Exploration and mining of Wyoming bentonite used for drilling, pelletizing, metal casting, water absorption, grouting and sealing. Includes mineral characteristics, uses and technical data.
Listing of salt producers from the Natural Resources Canada a federal government department specializing in energy, minerals and metals, forests and earth sciences .
Mining and processing of industrial minerals with the following products: safsil, diafil, ditomite, and pumice. Includes an application guide and technical resources .
Mine rock salt from under the city of Detroit and distribute the product in bulk as road deicing salt to governments and other entities in Michigan and surrounding states.
German processor/supplier of high-quality industrial sand and gravel.
Indian supplier of white minerals (calcite, talc, china clay, barytes, mica, dolomite, and micronised products) used in rubber, paint, polymer, plastic cable, PVC, cosmetic, toothpaste, and paper industries,
Extract and supply china clays, kaolins, and aggregates. Based in Cornwall, United Kingdom with facilities for worldwide distribution .
Zeolites, and specialty clay products.
Producer talc powder in many grades, for application as additive in pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, and polymers, as well as ceramic and chalk pen applications.
Idwala (the Zulu word for rock or stone) is a large African company focussed on the industrial minerals and lime.
Producers of phosphate, potash and salt with mining operations in canada and the united states.
Provides natural clinoptilolite with various purities, meshes, and packaging to clients in Asia, Europe, Africa and Australia.
Mining company in Ukraine, producing kaolin, refractory clay, sand and bentonite. Company profile and product specifications.
Provides process solutions to the mining and mineral processing industry.
Production, research, and distribution of bentonite.
Major producer and exporter of talc. Includes company info, news, facts about talc, and talc applications.
Producer and exporter of bentonite, attapulgite, China clay, feldspar, bauxite and other industrial minerals. Located in India.
Company headquartered in Sweden, supplying a wide range of industrial minerals worldwide through its own mining operations and supply relationships, augmented by processing capabilities. Company profile and product listing.
Company in Chile engaged in mining, processing, sales, and services related to minerals used in animal nutrition, fertilizers, and environmental applications, including phosphate rock, calcium carbonate, and zeolites.
Extraction, processing and sale of white clays, principally for the ceramics industry. Located in Spain.
Mines and manufactures Chinese attapulgite products for both domestic and export markets. Includes technical data sheets .
Producer of wollastonite products.
100 year old Spanish producer of red oxide pigment for paint, cement, and tiles.
Pumice powders, pumice grains, pumice lightweight aggregate, calcium carbonate and other industrial minerals. A wholly owned subsidiary of Pumex SpA, Italy who extract and process the product on the island of Lipari.
Operates an open pit mine and a crusher and concentrator facility capable of producing 18 million metric tonnes of iron ore concentrates annually at Mont-Wright in Northern Québec .
South African producer of water-washed kaolin (china clay).
US Producer of clinoptilolite, a natural zeolite used in agriculture, industrial, and environmental applications.
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