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The Pocket Sluice

Author Topic: Clean Gold Sluice A - Z  (Read 35819 times)

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Offline JOE S (INDY)

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Re: Clean Gold Sluice A - Z
« Reply #50 on: April 18, 2019, 10:00:37 AM »
EVEN  BETTER!

I can clearly see the thinking there and that's certainly what I was thinking.  Visqueen instead of Stainless Steel is a big improvement!   <-party->

How does the visqueen thickness affect the magnetic fields going through it to be used on the Magnetite?  Next to no effect?   <-good_>

That development almost makes me want to jump in the truck to come see it - I said almost so you're safe for now.   lol!!!@*

Congrats on a great idea!

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Re: Clean Gold Sluice A - Z
« Reply #51 on: April 18, 2019, 08:20:40 PM »
 <-laugh->
The visqueen causes no noticeable adverse affects.
Makes cleanup a breeze. Also seals all joints between sections of the sluice.

I finally made it up to Benson beach Cape disappointment State park in Washington......
Man I wish I lived closer .....
Give me a call or let me know when you are available and I'll call you and tell ya about it.

 


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