We operate three mines around Udaipur district, Rajasthan. Each of our mining areas have their unique properties enabling us to meet diverse product characteristics for wide range of applications. Sample ore is tested and its specific properties identified prior to extraction.
Further, as the ore characteristics are subject to change across the entire area and depth of the terrain, periodic samples are tested throughout the extraction process to monitor ore behavior across. As and when material is extracted, it is manually sorted into different grades and impurities are removed.
Crushing and Pulverizing
Finely sorted raw material, stored in our weather proof raw material yard, is crushed into similar sized chips in the crusher machine. Depending upon the required end product, specific grades of crushed material are loaded in the appropriate proportion is then loaded into the pulverizer which gives rise to fine powder of required characteristics.
Throughout the pulverizing process, the finished powder is periodically tested to ensure that across the entire length of production, the product was within the required parameters.
As the finished powder is emitted from the pulverizer, it is filled into appropriate bags depending upon the requirement of the customer. These could be high density polyethylene, low density polyethylene, polypropylene or paper bags. The bags are then sutured and loaded into the trucks.
In order to increase our product range, we source raw material from other mines as well. In effect, we are able to obtain raw material from almost every talc containing metamorphic terrain embedded in the range Aravalli
mountains and Himalayas.
Talc is a natural mineral and is therefore subject to tremendous variation even within the same mines from batch to batch as each would contain their own sets of trace elements, which drastically impact the physical properties like brightness, shade, hardness, slipperiness etc. Each batch will also contain its own degrees of impurities like calcium carbonate and other acid soluble content. Moreover, weather conditions like humidity affect the material as our product is an anhydrous mineral. Hence, to produce a uniform end product is a tremendous challenge.natural mineral and is therefore subject variations.
The only way to overcome this challenge is constant vigilance and monitoring throughout the process. Every batch of raw material is examined and all relevant properties are recorded, based on which the mixing is planned. Further, throughout the running production, these parameters are periodically tested at high frequency and recorded meticulously. And most importantly, raw samples from every batch, standard sample of every customer, periodic samples throughout running production, average sample of dispatched goods are systematically maintained for referencing and troubleshooting.
- Well designed, ergonomically friendly laboratory facility.
- Top of the line testing equipment for objective readouts of every parameter.
- Experienced technicians.
- Well constructed, weatherproof, raw material yard and finished goods warehouse.
- Robust, well designed systems for planning reporting and recording.