We offer a variety of mineral products in our portfolio from our own deposits and from strategic sources.
MagnaChem is used as an iron source to produce inorganic coagulants like iron chloride, iron sulphate and ferric aluminium sulphate.
Iron oxide is a chemical compound made up of oxygen and iron, most abundant in the earth’s crust in the form of Hematite (Fe2O3). It also exists in the form of Magnetite (Fe3O4). Iron Oxide is a mineral which varies in colour, from black or silver-grey to brown, reddish brown or red. It is mined as the main ore of Iron.
LKAB Minerals’ Magnetite is used in industrial application such as heavy media separation, ammonia catalysts, aluminothermic welding and slag conditioner. Magnetite, or Fe3O4, is a black ferri-magnetic natural iron oxide. This natural aggregate is a member of the spinelgroup.
CenoSpheres are hollow glass spheres less than a millimetre in size with a density lower than that of water.
Feldspar is the mineral name given to a group of minerals distinguished by the presence of aluminum (Al) and silica (SiO4) in their chemistry. LKAB Minerals' Feldspar is a plagioclase feldspar (Sodium Feldspar).
LKAB Minerals offer hematite products for foundries, ballast and concrete as well as for other uses.
Iron Ore Pellets
Iron Ore Pellets, Iron Ore Fines and Sinter Fines for use in the steel industry are sold and supplied from our group resources at LKAB Sweden.
Molybdenum is a silvery-white metal with one of the highest melting points of any element and has one of the lowest coefficients of thermal expansion amongst metals. Its name is derived from the Greek word “molybdos”, meaning lead.
LKAB Minerals offer fine Magnesitic Talc for various applications such as agricultural and horticultural, polymer processing, coating applications and the ceramics industry. This magnesitic talc lump is milled in the UK to produce carefully controlled particle sized products.
Tantalum is a rare, hard, blue-grey, dense, lustrous metal that is renowned for its high corrosion resistance. It is a very hard, malleable, ductile, easily fabricated and highly conductive of heat and electricity. Tantalum is one of the most inert, unreactive metals known.
Titanium minerals are a common natural form of TiO2. Main deposits are found in Australia and Ukraine. LKAB Minerals handle Rutile, Ilmenite and Leucoxene.
Tungsten (derived from the Swedish phrase “tung sten”, meaning heavy stone) is a hard, brittle, steel-grey metal that is difficult to work unless in the very pure state, when it is more malleable and ductile.