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  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prospector70 View Post
    Judging from the amount of gold you get, i think I need YOUR help haha! Great looking gold, nice pictures.
    Thank you for sharing!
    There may be areas like this still in the U.S.A. just having a harder time using a spray nozzle like this today that can be many times faster then a back hoe machine with a number of settling ponds to filter out the dirt or soil discharge. The type of "Lands" you are operating on makes all the difference. In Russia there may not be this issue at this time.
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    Looking at some information about hydraulicking under any given conditions the daily yardage is roughly proportional to the quantity of water use. As an illustration of the value of obtaining the most water possible it is claimed that a 5 per cent increase in the amount of water used increases the yardage sluiced by approximately 10 per cent.
    Just get a larger pump from anywhere and add more pre-filters on the intake hose. Welding up a cage with screens on it is one way to add a pre-filter. Maybe add a settling pond or two with your back hoe will also help any pump you use. If you do not have restrictions on making more ponds then this is a easy way to settle out all the dirt.
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  3. #18
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    In looking at the pictures of your pumps they appear to be 2 1/2" - 3" size pumps. If you can get a 4" - 5" pump you will have 2 1/2 times the water discharge per minute output. If you can afford it get a 6" pump and drag behind your back hoe. Be sure to dig two or more settling ponds for your dirt to settle out from the run off water.
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  4. #19
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    Quote Originally Posted by Assembler View Post
    In looking at the pictures of your pumps they appear to be 2 1/2" - 3" size pumps. If you can get a 4" - 5" pump you will have 2 1/2 times the water discharge per minute output. If you can afford it get a 6" pump and drag behind your back hoe. Be sure to dig two or more settling ponds for your dirt to settle out from the run off water.
    Just to make clear the numbers in post 18 are in inch sizes. There are charts on line that will tell you the water discharge rate in gallons per minute at different pressures for the above size pumps per RPMs. This will help in figuring out how many yards of material per hour or day your operation will grow to with each pump size used. Hope this helps.
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  5. #20
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    Quote Originally Posted by HappySwede View Post
    Where is this? Not Magadan I hope?

    Im visiting Russia next may for Victory Day, driving Stockholm-Volgograd-Magnitogorsk-Moscow-Stockholm. I can maybe bring you goods if you are nearby?
    Bring Aleksandrr a 6" water pump and a nozzle to mach and I'm sure he will be happy. If Aleksandrr is doing well this may not be out of the question. Plus this one would like to see him out do the "Gold Rush crews" there first years....LOL

  6. #21
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    no, you do not understand me))) I want to make a pump myself. cast it from aluminum. I need a set of drawings. Yes, I made the ejector with my own hands. show "gold rush" I watched. interesting. especially in Alaska
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  7. #22
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    and even better, the 3D model of the pump from Keene. Who will help me? I will pay money
    I know English badly. I communicate through Google translator.

  8. #23
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    here's what I need. just pump Keene. or Proline
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  9. #24
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    complete the drawings for these parts
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    here are a few photos of SiberiaClick image for larger version. 

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    pine cone
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    a dog named "Yakut"
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    Chipmunk
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    gold in quartz
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  15. #30

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksandrr View Post
    complete the drawings for these parts
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    It seems to me that there will be a copy right infringement involved here if any measurements are passed to you.
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