In the first half of the decade, there was a great demand in Western Europe and Africa for allmineral’s innovative processing technology, but currently the spotlight is on countries in the CIS. Initially, allmineral set up 2 lines, each with two alljig®-jigging machines, for ferrochromium slag processing at the Russian metallurgical plant Cheliabinsk. Now allmineral has received an order for two alljig®-jigging machines to be used for upgrading the raw materials enrichment for ferrochrome-production, the chromium ore itself. And following their first order for an alljig®-jigging machine in 2007, another chromium ore processing plant, owned by the Kazchrom company in Chromtau, Kazakhstan, has just ordered another one. In total, allmineral has supplied over 400 alljig®-jigging machines (Fig.) around the world, where they are used to efficiently sort not only slag, but also coal, ore, gravel, sand, crushed stone and recycling materials.
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