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Services offered by DHE Minerals

DHE Minerals offers a wide range of services:

  • Literature surveys and theoretical studies

  • Designing lab tests and conducting laboratory-scale research projects in collaboration with Canadian lab service providers, analyzing the results, and preparing reports

  • Providing specialist and scientific support services to existing laboratories that are performing hydrometallurgical lab tests, such as:

    • Leaching and bioleaching of base metals, gold, and rare earth element

    • Concentrating and purifying solutions (e.g., solvent extraction, ion exchange, and biosorption)

    • Precipitation and analyses of precipitates

  • Providing scientific support services to operating companies that utilize hydrometallurgical processes and have technical problems associated with those processes

  • Providing scientific support and independent reviews to organizations that are developing and testing new hydrometallurgical technologies

Theoretical studies & scientific support
Research & Development
About DHE Minerals

In 2016, DHE Minerals was established in Canada and initiated its activities related to the provision of global service and assistance to high-level hydrometallurgy research services related to the mining, minerals, and metallurgical industries.  

Latest News 

We attended the COM – COPPER 2019 Conference

August 22, 2019

DHE Minerals attended "COM-Copper 2019" Conference, and "Copper Hydrometallurgy" course, August 17-21, 2019 in Vancouver, BC, Canada.

First industrial scale Chalcopyrite concentrate leaching using Albion ProcessTM Technology

January 19, 2019

The Albion ProcessTM was used to Chalcopyrite/bornite concentrate (28- 30% Cu) in industrial scale at the Sable site in Zambia . It achieved recoveries in excesses of 99% out of the leach vessels. 

Lithium demand will continue to grow at rate of roughly 80% annually in the next five years

April 14, 2018

Chile’s Chemical and Mining Society (SQM), one of the world's largest lithium producer, said global demand for the white metal, a key ingredient in the making of batteries that power electric vehicles, will continue to grow at rate of roughly 80% annually in the next five years.