The K-Max® technology is a hydrometallurgical process for treating glauconite and other micaceous minerals in order to extract valuable products, including potash. The technology is also suitable for producing potassium sulphate (SOP), potassium magnesium sulphate (KMS), phosphoric acid, iron oxide and aluminum sulphate.READ MORE
Advantages of K-Max® technology include
The K-Max® technology enables the production of a range of products from unconventional minerals, mainly micaceous minerals including
Several years ago, Parkway performed several studies to evaluate the potential of constructing a K-Max® plant in the Dandaragan Trough, in Western Australia. The proposed K-Max® flowsheet involved the leaching of recovered glauconite with sulphuric acid and the subsequent processing in order to produce a sulphate of potash (SOP) and potassium magnesium sulphate (KMS) product.
Additional information regarding the K-MAX® technology and related process solutions, is outlined in the Parkway Process Technologies, Next-Generation Technologies brochure.
For additional information, or to discuss how we can provide you with the most suitable technology-based solution to address your water treatment challenges, we invite you to reach out and speak to a Parkway water treatment specialist, today.
1300 7275929 (PARKWAY)