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Worldwide production of 7.4 Mtonne in 2013, large tonnages of the related mineral pyrophyllite (Al2Si4O10(OH)2), which has similar properties and substitutes for talc in some applications. Australian talc production of ~120 000 t/year is dominated by Western Australia from the world class Three Springs deposit. South Australian production totaled 4075 tonne in 2013
Talc occurs in three main localities in South Australia — Mount Fitton in the northern Flinders Ranges, the Mount Lofty Ranges, and Eyre Peninsula. The Mount Fitton deposits are of a similar type as the Three Springs deposit in WA, the world’s second largest deposit. Generally the known deposits are small, with no resource estimates available. The Joes Hill deposit near Truro has a resource estimate of >500,000 tonne, though no grade is specified, and is likely to be low. Pockets of 70-75% talc have been observed
More than 40 individual deposits are known over an area of ~60 km2. Talc is hosted by the Adelaidean Balcanoona Formation, a pale grey dolomite and dolomitic marble unit with blue-grey algal limestone at the base. The formation is folded about east–west axes, and dolomite is coarsely recrystallised or silicified along faults or fractures striking parallel to the fold axes. Talc was formed by siliceous hydrothermal replacement in fold cores near the upper and lower contacts of the formation, and along adjacent faults and fractures. The larger deposits are generally 10–15 m wide, more than 20 m thick and several hundred metres long
In 1997, Normandy Industrial Minerals temporarily ceased mining, and embarked on a 10-year program of re-screening and hand sorting ore from the large waste dumps which have accumulated over the 55 year mine life
Numerous small deposits have been worked in a 12 km long zone to the east of Gumeracha since 1901. The talc–albite bodies are irregular and discordant within Adelaidean metasediments of the Undalya Quartzite and Woolshed Flat Shale, having formed by metasomatic replacement of country rock in zones of shearing and brecciation. The in situ ore comprises 60–85% talc and 5–30% albite, with brown iron oxide impurity above the watertable and pyrite below. Laboratory testing during the late 1970s showed the talc–albite mixture to be suitable for refractory and ceramic uses
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The talc mining market consists of sales of talc by entities (organizations, sole traders and partnerships) that mine talc which is used in paper making, plastic, paint and coatings, rubber, food, electric cable, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, and ceramics.
The talc mining market expected to reach a value of nearly $11.61 billion by 2022, significantly growing at a CAGR of 5.3% during the forecast period. The growth in the talc mining market is due to increase in sales in rapidly developing countries such as China and India owing to rise in disposable income, increased demand for, availability of credit
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