K-UTEC AG Salt Technologies

Booth number 6114N-4


KUTEC activities: exploration and modelling of deposits, mine planning, monitoring, the design, engineering and delivery of key components of processing plants, waste managment.

About us

Since the 1950s the town of Sondershausen has been a global focal point in research, development and engineering for potash, industrial salts and minerals. As a part of the former GDR’s state-owned company „Kombinat Kali“, the Potash Research Institute was tasked with the development, research and planning work for all of the mines and processing plants.
K-UTEC AG SALT TECHNOLOGIES has been continuing this tradition since the German reunification. The company was privatized in 1992 and converted to a joint stock company in 2008. Today it develops, advises, plans, tests and delivers key components, monitoring equipment and services for the salt and mineral extracting and processing industry in projects and tasks all over the world. K-UTEC comprises an internationally recognized team of experts, including several so-called "QP’s", a certified and accredited laboratory, extensive pilot plant facilities for the development and demonstration of complete treatment processes these attributes.

K-UTEC AG Salt Technologies
Am Petersenschacht 7
99706 Sondershausen

Phone: +49 3632 6100
Fax: +49 3632 610105
Internet: www.k-utec.de

Products and services

K-UTEC AG Salt Technologies provides the following products and services:

  • geological, geophysical exploration and evaluation of deposits
  • chemical and mineral analytics
  • process development and testing, pilot plant production and commisioning
  • tailor-made solutions for the optimisation of existing processes and plants
  • mine planning (especially solution mining)
  • seismic monitoring services (development, installation, services, alerting)
  • testing, characterisation and approval of potential resources for backfilling and special building materials for use in underground mines
Mine life circle

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Services in phases of mining

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