JXSC Mineral

Mineral Mining Solutions

Mining Solutions

JXSC’s Mining Solutions business offers a series of solutions for the metal, non-metal and tailings. We focus on the research of mining solutions, which increase productivity, recovery, and flexibility throughout the mining operations including leaching, solvent extraction, flotation, solid/liquid separation, and tailings management. Our diverse range of mineral processing technologies improves process efficiencies and aid the economic extraction of valuable resources.

Precious Metal

Precious metals are naturally occurring metallic elements with high economic value due to their rarity, beauty, and various industrial and cultural uses. These metals are typically characterized by their luster, malleability, ductility, and resistance to corrosion. Some of the most well-known precious metals include Gold, Silver, Platinum, Palladium, Rhodium, Iridium, Ruthenium, etc.,

Non-ferrous Metals

Non-ferrous metals are metals that do not contain a significant amount of iron. These metals are valued for their various properties, including corrosion resistance, conductivity, and malleability. They are used in various applications, from construction and transportation to electronics and manufacturing. Non-ferrous metal ores are minerals or mineral combinations that contain these metals in varying concentrations. Here are some examples of non-ferrous metal ores: copper, aluminum ore(Bauxite), lead, zinc, tin, nickel, manganese, tungsten, rare earth elements ores, etc.

Ferrous Metals

Ferrous metals contain iron and are characterized by their magnetic properties, strength, and durability. These metals are widely used in various applications, including construction, manufacturing, and transportation. Ferrous metal ores are minerals or mineral combinations that contain iron in various forms. Here are some examples of ferrous metal ores: iron, magnetite, hematite, siderite, chromite, manganese, vanadium-titanium magnetite, taconite, etc.,


Non-metals, unlike metals, do not exhibit metallic properties like electrical conductivity, malleability, and ductility. They include a wide range of elements and compounds, many of which are crucial in various industrial, chemical, and technological applications. While non-metals are not typically found in ore forms like metals, some non-metallic minerals are extracted for various purposes. Here are examples of non-metallic minerals that are often extracted: coal, salt (halite), gypsum, sulfur, phosphates, potash, quartz, clay, graphite, diamond, etc.,

New Energy Mineral

New energy minerals are a group of minerals and materials that have gained increasing importance in developing clean and renewable energy technologies. These minerals are essential components in various technologies that aim to reduce carbon emissions, increase energy efficiency, and transition from fossil fuels to cleaner energy sources. Some key new energy minerals include lithium, cobalt, graphite, rare earth elements (REEs), copper, silicon, vanadium, tellurium, cesium, gallium, indium, etc.,

Rare Metal

Rare metals, also known as rare earth elements (REEs), are a group of 17 chemical elements in the periodic table, which include elements like lanthanum, cerium, neodymium, and yttrium. They are valuable due to their unique magnetic, luminescent, and catalytic properties, making them essential in various modern technologies, including electronics, renewable energy, and defense applications. Rare metal ores contain these elements, often in combination with other minerals. Here are some examples of rare metal ores: monazite, bastnäsite, xenotime, loparite, allanite, eudialyte, gadolinite, yttrium ores, etc.,