For any phase in the mining life cycle, Royal IHC provides high-quality equipment and engineering and advisory services. We offer innovative solutions, fully tailored to specific commodity requirements.
We have a proven track record of solutions for mineral sands, tailings rehabilitation, oil sands, gold, diamonds, tin and other commodities. With more than a century of experience in the mining sector, our expertise includes wet mining, slurry transportation, materials handling and mineral treatment solutions.
At IHC, people and safety come first. This principle is thoroughly embedded in our strategy and culture. We are aware of the impact we have on people and the planet, and we take the responsibility that comes with it very seriously. We design our equipment with the highest care for the environment and we conduct our business with integrity.
Royal IHC services are tailored to the exploration and mining of specific commodities. Our expertise includes resource evaluation, lab test work, feasibility studies, mining method analysis and performance improvement.
We provide independent metallurgical services with a physical characterisation lab and bulk processing capability.
Royal IHC is the market leader for the design and manufacturing of efficient, integrated vessels. We supply mining dredgers as either standalone units of fully integrated to static or floating mineral processing facilities, together with automation and control systems to optimise operations.
IHC focuses on integrated mining solutions for the wet, marine and deep-sea mining market segments. Through our integrated approach, we focus on achieving the highest levels of efficiency while minimising costs over the total mining life cycle.
As a leading mining equipment supplier, we deliver and support a specialist range of cost-efficient mineral processing solutions for mining projects (dry and wet). Our equipment is of the highest quality and proven to be reliable, even in the most difficult environments. This includes lab test work, plant design, project engineering, equipment supply and complete plants.
Our high recovery jigs are used in wet gravity concentrations, where minerals with different particle densities are separated. It’s unique saw-tooth stroke pattern and design which provides a high-unit capacity and optimal recovery.Read more
Whatever and wherever your specific pilot plant needs, look no further than IHC Robbins for a reliable solution.Read more
Delivering high performance with a compact design, IHC Robbins’ bucket elevators have a proven track record of success.Read more
We have developed a skid mounted DMSU to serve as an uplift and slurrification tool for a range of mineral deposits.Read more
IHC Robbins’ floating pump stations negate the need to install excessive concrete on remote mine sites.Read more
IHC Robbins’ quality electric or hydraulic-drive HAL reactors offer longevity and lower operating costs.Read more
Our own metallurgical laboratory developed a user-friendly reclamation system, successfully optimising LST recovery to >99% per use.Read more
Royal IHC designs and manufactures a wide range of mass flow process bins, either packaged plants or custom-built.Read more
IHC Robbins' supplies a range of prilling units suitable for a variety of fusion-based applications.Read more
We can provide a range of rotary table feeders specifically designed for products where conventional feeders are problematic.Read more
We have a long track record in the design and delivery of various types of screen towers.Read more
IHC Robbins manufactures a range of mass flow surge bins incorporated in our own packaged plants or custom-built to suit existing plants.Read more
Royal IHC has successfully completed a pre-feasibility study (PFS) for a proposed mobile concentrator plant that will be based at Eramet’s Grande Côte operation in Senegal.
Royal IHC has signed three contracts with the Jordan-based Arab Potash Company (APC) to deliver two cutter suction dredgers (CSDs) and implement a new maintenance agreement.
Royal IHC has completed metallurgical testing as part of a definitive feasibility study (DFS) on the Toliara mineral sands project.