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Hi gang, long time gone but now I have a question. I have a bowl full of fine concentrates, 100 mesh or smaller, that has a lot of fine gold in it. I can see tiny specks about the same size as the sand, but have no idea how to remove it. I have tried panning and using a blue bowl, but nothing works. It all washes over the side. I have used Jet Dry and that doesn't help at all. I'm thinking of using mercury but am not quite ready to stoop to such drastic measures yet. Any of you old timers out there got any suggestions, or you younger whippersnappers too, I would sure appreciate hearing from you.Thanxthe gypsy
I think a homemade Miller table is the cheapest way to separate out that fine gold. Also you must pre-screen before hand and buy a small cheap(about $30) 12 volt bilge pump to run it in a recirculating system. Search on how to make a Miller Table.I would rather buy a wave table(about $600 more) than the gold lab.GEORGE(bakergeol) you said, "you are not going to find a cheaper or more effective table than this. I don't know what size it is as the one pictured above I bought from him for $1300." Is that one Gene Hagaman sells on the ICMJ under micro pulse table- $1695 better than the RP4 or the other wave table sold at Action Mining ?
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