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  • Platinum Refineries is a full service refiner, assayer, smelter and broker of all precious metals. Industrial Platinum, Medical Platinum, Jewelry Platinum, Rhodium, Palladium, Gold and Silver assaying and refining is what we specialize in.
  • Platinum Refineries provide customers with a state-of-the-art laboratory, utilizing the most advanced induction and chemical techniques to extract every grain of precious metals contained in your Platinum, Rhodium, Palladium, Gold and Silver scrap.
  • Platinum Refineries never charge refining fees, and with a variety of settlement options, fast turn-around time, and our precise and accurate assays our services are unparalleled in the industry.
  • Platinum (Pt) is a malleable, silvery white, noble metal widely but sparingly distributed over the earth’s crust. It is found mainly as the isotopes with atomic weights of 194, 195 and 196, with a maximum oxidation state of +6, the oxidation states of +2 and +4 being the most stable.The metal does not corrode in air at any temperature.
  • The mining of platinum ores is similar to gold mining. This enables a progressive method of mining - the reef is drilled and blasted to advance the face, support being installed for local control of the hanging wall. As in gold mines, platinum mining is incorporating the increased use of mechanisation and trackless-mining methods in stopes little more than one metre high.
  • Platinum mining, however, differs from gold mining in several ways. Unlike gold reefs, which are sedimentary deposits resulting from the settling of granular particles on the bed of an inland lake and subjected to great pressure, platinum reefs are igneous rocks.
  • The demand for platinum group metals(PGMs) has therefore increased exponentially and now some seven million ounces of platinum and 6.5 million ounces of palladium are used annually, of which 40% of platinum and 65% of palladium are used in catalysts.This growing demand has encouraged an exploration boom for PGMs, which are relatively rare in the geological record.
General Information
  • Platinum - Characteristics
  • Commodity Profile - Platinum Group Metals
  • More about Platinum
  • Platinum
  • Platinum Refineries

Company Profiles

  • Company from South Africa
  • Company from US
  • Company from UK
  • Company from Michigan
  • US Company from San Francisco
  • UK Company

Consultants

  • Consultant from Phoenix
  • Consultant from London
  • Consultant from Germany
  • German Consultant from Gelnhausen
  • Consultant from London
  • Platinum Metals Consultant
  • Consultant from Italy

Refining Process

  • More efficient reclamation of valuable platinum from automobile catalysts
  • Platinum mining and production
  • Most sophisticated industrial inorganic chemistry: refining of platinum group metals ore concentrate
  • Refining- Gold, Silver & Platinum
  • Platinum Group Metals in SA
  • Technical Aspects of Platinum Refining

Technology

  • Environmental Fluid Catalytic Cracking Technology Presented at the European Refining Technology Conference
  • Jewelry settings and Platinum - Setting and Mounting Technique
  • A New Platinum Metals Refinery - Solvent Extraction and Plant Utilizes Technology
  • Platinum Group Metal Recycling Technology Development
  • Platinum Group Metals Separation Technique
  • Common-Sense Improvements to Electric Smelting at Impala Platinum

Patent

  • Electrochemical Process for Refining Platinum Group Metals with Ammonium Chloride Electrolyte
  • Electrolytic process for obtaining high purity platinum from contaminated platinum
  • Grain Refining Metals
  • Interseparation of Platinum Group Metals
  • Method for recovering platinum from platinum-containing coatings on gas
  • Purification of Metals from Mixtures thereof
Plant
  • Plant from Netherlands
  • Plant from Italy
  • Plant from South Africa
  • Plant from Germany
  • Plant from Canada
  • South African Company
  • Plant from Russia

Projects

  • Investigation of the Process of Hydrometallurgical Processing of Platinum Ore Concentrates
  • Platinum Availability and Economics for PEMFC Commercialization
  • Proposed expansion Project at Impala Platinum Refineries in Springs
  • Arctic Platinum Partnership Project
  • Impala platinum metals refinery upgrade

Market

  • Platinum 2007 Interim Review
  • Platinum refining capacity to be expanded in tandem with R750m smelter boost
  • The demand for platinum grows
  • Platinum Futures and Palladium Futures and Options Market
  • Platinum to Rally Further in 2007 through Positive Investor Sentiment and Strong Fundamentals.
  • Supply and demand fundamentals for platinum
  • Platinum and Palladium: A Tale of Two Metals
  • The Hidden Profits in Platinum
  • Heraeus builds SA platinum refinery

Report

  • Mineral Commodity Report 5 — Platinum Group Metals
  • Medical Surveillance of Platinum Refinery Workers
  • Measurement of Short-Term Exposure to Airborne soluble platinum in the Platinum Industry
  • Platinum Mines between two Companies
  • The Operating and Financial Review

Equipment Suppliers and Suppliers

  • Platinum labware
  • Metal Plating & Refining Service Providers
  • Ingots Equipment Suppliers
  • Smelting & Refining equipment suppliers
  • Precious Metal Refining suppliers
  • Platinum Refining machinery Suppliers from Tokyo
  • Useful Links

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