SNF FloMin

Xanthate Supply and Safety

Please explore our site for useful safety information.

Xanthate should always be used in a safe manner. This web site covers some of the information contained in the xanthate safety course presented by SNF FloMin, Inc.

FloMin manufactures Xanthate. Our ability to solve problems in the mineral processing / metal extraction industries is the reason major mines around the world have turned to FloMin to satisfy their needs. FloMin is a subsidiary of the SNF group of companies and manufactures quality value-based reagents for the mineral processing industry.

- Your dependable source for Xanthate
- Wide range of mineral processing / metal extraction reagents
- Worldwide Team of mining technical experts
- Full-time startup and product trial support at your mine site
- R&D facilities to provide customized solutions tailored to your needs
- Manufacturing in China, USA, SA
- Unparalleled customer service and logistics expertise
- Top to bottom commitment to Safety, Health & Environmental issues
- ISO 9001:2008 certified production plants

FloMin C 3200 SEX Sodium Ethyl Xanthate
FloMin C 3330 SIPX Sodium Isopropyl Xanthate
FloMin C 3430 SIBX Sodium Isobutyl Xanthate
FloMin C 3505 PAX Potassium Amyl Xanthate
FloMin C 3410 SNBX Sodium N-butyl Xanthate

Please explore our site for more information on safety and available training for the use of Xanthate.

Pelletized Xanthate

Personal Protection

Personal Protection

Always wear protective gear when working with Xanthates. Gear should include long sleeved clothing, safety goggles, a respirator with...Read more

First Aid Measures

First Aid Measures

If contact with the skin has occurred, remove contaminated clothing immediately and wash skin thoroughly with soap and lots of water. Read more

Firefighting

Firefighting

When fighting a fire involving Xanthates, wear full protective gear for the body and eyes, and use a NIOSH approved, positive pressure, self-contained respirator. Read more

Transportation

Transportation

This product is regulated as a dangerous good as defined by the International Maritime Dangerous Goods code for marine transport. Read more