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    Shaker table rental

    I'm a small-scale gold prospector, not a miner. I've accumulated about half a bucket of black sand concentrates over the years and was wondering if some miner who has a shaker table would be willing to process what I have, for a fee of course, and return the extracted gold to me. The material has been screened, most of the magnetics have been removed from it. It has been run through various machines such as a gold wheel, and other such machines meant to separate the fine gold from the black sands however still end up with gold mixed with too much black sands.

    Anyways did not want to spent $5k or more to buy a small shaker table only to use it one time or got thru the trouble to build one for the same reason.

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    May 2014
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    Quote Originally Posted by GeorgeO View Post
    I'm a small-scale gold prospector, not a miner. I've accumulated about half a bucket of black sand concentrates over the years and was wondering if some miner who has a shaker table would be willing to process what I have, for a fee of course, and return the extracted gold to me. The material has been screened, most of the magnetics have been removed from it. It has been run through various machines such as a gold wheel, and other such machines meant to separate the fine gold from the black sands however still end up with gold mixed with too much black sands.

    Anyways did not want to spent $5k or more to buy a small shaker table only to use it one time or got thru the trouble to build one for the same reason.
    Have you made any attempt to screen classify your concentrates then pan like sized material separately? A 30, 50 and 100 mesh classifier will give you four batches to work with. In each of these batches gold particles will weigh as much as 4 or more times as much as other like sized material making panning efforts very productive. You do not need bucket classifiers when screening concentrates so look for small ones.....4 to 6 or 7" diameter to save you a few bucks.

    Good luck.
    Last edited by arizau; Sep 10, 2021 at 10:19 AM.
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