RISHFLOC & RISHLYTE Flocculants & Coagulants engineered to improve throughput, enhance yield and optimize processes in mining.
  • The mining industry consumes large quantities of water. With water scarcity issues on the rise and ore quality on the decline, finding a solution to effectively separate ore and gangue materials is important in lowering your total cost of operations. We offer a complete flocculants and coagulants products portfolio engineered to improve throughput, enhance yield and optimize your processes in mining application.


  • Our treatment programs offer innovative solutions for all of the primary mining and mineral processing industries, including Alumina, Coal, Copper and Base Metals, Gold, Silver and Platinum, Phosphate and Potash, Iron Ore, Industrial Minerals and Aggregate (Sand and Gravel).
Applications RISHFLOC Cationic Flocculants RISHLYTE Coagulants RISHFLOC Anionic Flocculants RISHFLOC Nonionic Flocculants
Coal dewatering
Sludge dewatering
Phosphate slimes dewatering
Tailings thickening
Tailing rheology modification
Tailing overflow clarification
Phosphogypsum filtration
Phospheric acid clarification
Cathode smoothing
Alumina washer tray settling
Leach plant CCD train clarification
Bio leach settling
Flotation concentrate thickening
Flotation concentration clarification

Ore Beneficiation

In the mining industry or extractive metallurgy, beneficiation is any process that improves the economic value of the ore by removing the gangue minerals, which results in a higher grade product and a waste stream (tailings).


A process where ore is soluble and impurities are insoluble, widely used extractive metallurgy technique which converts metals into soluble salts in aqueous media. Leaching is easier to perform and much less harmful, because no gaseous pollution occurs.


Refining consists of purifying an impure metal. It is to be distinguished from other processes such as smelting and calcining in that those two involve a chemical change to the raw material, whereas in refining, the final material is usually identical chemically to the original one.


Tailings are the materials left over after the process of separating the valuable fraction from the uneconomic fraction of an ore. Tailings are distinct from overburden, which is the waste rock or other material that overlies an ore and is displaced during mining without being processed.