AT MINERAL PROCESSING Worldwide

AT MINERAL PROCESSING Worldwide is the counterpart to AT MINERAL PROCESSING Europe and is an English-only edition distributed exclusively outside Europe.

Focusing on the various process stages of mineral processing, such as crushing and agglomerating, screening and classifying, material transport and storage, the journal highlights both technical and economic aspects.

The target audience of AT MINERAL PROCESSING Worldwide are decision makers in mining and extraction industries (ores, potash and salt, fertilizers), non-metallic mineral extraction and processing, sand and gravel plants, other processing industries (cement, lime and gypsum) and construction waste recycling plants.

Issue 2021-01-02 Make one out of two

New freefall sorting installation for sorting waste materials

C‌onstruction waste is produced when civil engineering structures are demolished and during the deconstruction of buildings. Even if a building is selectively deconstructed, mixes of building...

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Issue 2021-01-02 Underground

First underground TOMRA sensor-based sorter starts operation at K+S rock salt mine

K‌+S Minerals and Agriculture, a major salt producer, turned to TOMRA Sorting Mining for a solution for the replacement of the existing sorting system at its rock salt mine in Grasleben, in Lower...

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Issue 2021-01-02 High quality end product

The right tool is what matters

I‌n order to receive a constant high material volume from a cone crusher with high final product quality, mobile cone crushing plants should be operated in the optimum range. With Kleemann cone...

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Issue 2021-01-02 Optimistic outlook

Mining is essential to stop climate change

T‌he mining machinery industry in Germany expects a decline in sales of 10 to 15 % in 2020. Nevertheless, the industry is optimistic about the future, because only state-of-the-art mining technology...

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Issue 2020-12 Valuable resource

Sand extraction through mobile processing

Summary: A flourishing construction industry without sand is unthinkable. According to OneStone Consulting, around 10 to 15 billion tons of building sands are required worldwide each year [1]. In...

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