Kaolin

Kaolin (hydrated aluminium silicate, Al2Si2O5(OH)4) is the most important of the industrial clays in terms of both consumption and value. Properties of fine particle size, platy shape, inertness, non-toxicity, high brightness and whiteness make it a very versatile mineral, with applications in a wide variety of industries. Commercial kaolin resources are found as sedimentary deposits and as weathering or hydrothermal alteration products of rocks containing a high proportion of alumino-silicate minerals.

Range of Kaolin Capabilities:

  • Metallurgical testplans
  • Project management
  • Metallurgical summary reports
  • Flowsheets
  • Mass balances
  • P&ID
  • Vendor evaluation
  • Project implementation
  • Engineering studies
  • Environmental studies/Equipment lists
  • Process description
  • Detailed design
kaolin

Please send through your enquiry today via email to info@metsengineering.com and we will call you to discuss your project.

Kaolin Project Experience:

ClientProjectService
Rio TintoSouth West Kaolin ProjectPilot Plant
Magellan Metals Pty LtdJubuk ProjectTestwork and Project Development
WMC TalcConfidentialReview of Australian Kaolin Projects
Rio TintoSouth West Kaolin ProjectDue Diligence
WMC TalcSkardon River Kaolin ProjectProject Review
Bass MetalHellyer ProjectPlant Valuation
Falcona Exploration/BHPGabbin ProjectTestwork and Development
WA KaolinWA Based ProjectDue Diligence
Geopolymer IndustriesGabbin Kaolin ProjectTestwork and Project Development
BurkeysHPATestwork Study

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