- January 26, 2015
- Applied Minerals, Inc. to Showcase AMIRON and DRAGONITE at Upcoming Trade Shows
NEW YORK, NY--(Jan 26, 2015) - Applied Minerals, Inc. (the "Company", "Applied Minerals") (
Biogas 24th International Convention and Trade Fair
The Biogas 24th International Convention and Trade Fair is the world's largest trade fair for the biogas industry and specialists, taking place in Bremem, Germany from January 27-29th. It hosts over 8,000 visitors from across the world and throughout the Biogas industry. Germany is largest producer of biogas in Europe and widely regarded as the technological leader in this rapidly growing industry. Applied Minerals will be showcasing its AMIRON Advanced Natural Iron Oxide as a high performance, natural, and cost effective solution to the biogas desulfurization process. (Click here to view our product brochure)
Please visit us in Hall 4, Booth #4-701.
39th International Conference and Expo on Advanced Ceramics and Composites (ICACC)
ICACC '15 showcases cutting-edge research and product developments in advanced ceramics, armor ceramics, solid oxide fuel cells, ceramic coatings, bioceramics and more. It will take place in Daytona Beach, Florida on January 27th and 28th and is expected to host over 1,000 participants from both the industry and research communities. Applied Minerals' management will be exhibiting its Dragonite Halloysite Clay product as an a translucent additive that combines low iron and titania content with a fineness of particle size to provide unsurpassed strength, plasticity, and whiteness in advanced ceramic formulations (Click here to view our product brochure).
Please visit us in the Exhibition Hall at Booth 117.
About Applied Minerals, Inc.
Applied Minerals is the leading producer of halloysite clay and advanced natural iron oxide solutions from its wholly-owned Dragon Mine property in Utah. Halloysite is aluminosilicate clay that forms naturally occurring nanotubes. In addition to serving the traditional halloysite markets for use in technical ceramics and catalytic applications, the Company has developed niche applications that benefit from the tubular morphology of its halloysite. These applications include carriers of active ingredients in paints, coatings and building materials, environmental remediation, agricultural applications and high-performance additives & fillers for plastic composites. Applied Minerals markets its halloysite products under the Dragonite™ trade name.
The Dragon Mine also contains an advanced natural iron oxide resource consisting of goethite and hematite. Combining ultra-high purity and consistent quality, the inherent properties of iron oxide from the Dragon Mine allow for a wide range of end uses in pigment and technical applications. Applied Minerals markets its comprehensive line of advanced natural iron oxide pigments under the AMIRON™ trade name.
Additional information on the Company can be found at www.appliedminerals.com andwww.amironoxides.com. Safe harbor statements under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 for Applied Minerals, Inc.: Some statements contained or implied in this news release may be considered forward-looking statements, which by their nature are uncertain. Consequently, actual results could materially differ. For more detailed information concerning how risks and uncertainties could affect the Company's financial results, please refer to Applied Minerals' most recent filings with the SEC. The Company assumes no obligation to update any forward-looking information
Jordan M. Darrow