Avistaraa Resources has concentrated its efforts to process and export a quality range of Quartz stone and Feldspar Stone. Our processing units are distributed in the southern states of India.

The company also has facilities to process quartz and feldspar as per the requirement of customers. We can provide the materials in the form of lumps, chips and powder as per the specifications required by our customers.

Once the Quartz mineral obtains from the mines, then it has to be clean and crushed, in required sizes according to the client applications. Raw material is crushed by crusher and grinding by ball mill. Many different types of machinery and equipments are used for Quarts and Feldspar quarrying process. Quartz mineral processing equipments include crusher equipment, silica sand production line and ball mill.

The processing of quartz and feldspar minerals can be divided into four stages: Crushing, Separating, Grinding, And Classifying.

Processing Unit:
Rough quartz crushes by crusher. Crushing is main process for quartz powder. Jaw crusher, cone crusher, impact crusher and mobile crusher VSI crusher are some main crushers used for quartz crushing.
Quartz separates by vibrating from the mine.

Grinder machines used to grind quartz into extremely fine powder. Ball mill, ultrafine mill and vertical mill machines are used for grinding in quartz powder plant.

Quartz classifies by classifier tool.

We are proudly recognized as one of the fastest growing suppliers for processed minerals of high quality Quartz and Feldspar stones, grains and power.

There are two basic types of processing: surface and sub-surface (deep), each relying on a variety of techniques. Regardless of process, it requires operators for restoring the land and mitigating acid mine drainage and mining operations. It advance specifies that all positions be re-established to their original contours and provides a funding mechanism for helping restore abandoned mines.

Underground Mining

When minerals are located deep within the ground, there are a variety of underground mining methods that can be utilized for excavation. The process is formed mostly if the mineral is hard rock or soft rock, and is frequently site exact—taking geologic, economic, and safety factors into consideration.

In hard rock mining, blasting occurs in order to unearth the waste rock, separating it from the mineral deposit. Expose to air is an important in order to dissolve any toxic fumes from blasting and other machinery. Also, since the process occurs underground, it is important that there is both local and area support to maintain the stability of the mine walls and openings. Once void of mineral, the mines are either left to collapse on its own or filled with backfill and then sealed.

Surface Mining

Surface mining is undertaken when the minerals are located near the surface of the Earth. As related to concealed mining in which the covering rock and soil are left mostly complete and tunnels are dug, surface mining involves removing the top soil, called the overburden, in order to recover the minerals. The three most common types of surface mining are open-pit mining, strip mining, and quarrying.

If the surface is demolished by explosives, as it is usually done in quarrying, strip and mountaintop mining, or by large pieces of equipment in mining, the principle remains the same—the overburden is excavated and moved elsewhere so that the mineral can be extracted.

Environmental Issues

The environmental impacts of mining operations are generally well understood. Present research emphases on the best effective approaches of reclaiming and restoring lands that have been disturbed. Extracting minerals either from or below the surface of the Earth requires the movement of a lot of soil. Huge areas of land, as well as the nearby environment, are affected; if the overburden is not properly cared for, it can cause further damage to the environment—including the filling in of wetlands or disturbing other watershed areas.