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Post by Guest on Wed 14 Dec 2011, 4:26 pm

A product that Coiltek have recently taken onboard..





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Post by ferrousfinder on Wed 14 Dec 2011, 5:32 pm

Has Darth Vader got one yet?!! Laughing Laughing

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Post by Guest on Wed 14 Dec 2011, 11:41 pm

so is it actually worth spending a day digging up ground to run though this thing ? Or is more a hobby route ?


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Post by Guest on Thu 15 Dec 2011, 2:01 am

SAM

The the blower is just another tool for gold just like the pan sluice and detector, we must use all of these
tools if we want to be complete gold prospectors.

The fundamentle piece of the prospectors kit is the dish, or what the yankies term as a gold pan, it is
the 1st bit of kit a bloke should learn to use, its the one piece of gear that most blokes these days seem to jump
and go strait onto a detector, well i can tell you this, Skip the dish and you loose gold, easy as that.

Well how does the humble dish help the modern day electric prospector ?? well let me tell you how Very Happy

Youve just baught the latest 5000, sure its a bewt machine as most will agree, but , sh#t, where do i
use it and where do i k now where the heavy concentrates are sitting ???
WELL, if you would have got ya self a dish an gone down to the local ck and shoveled some wash
into that dish you would have noticed after time exactly where those heavy gold laden wash levels
are lying. its no different when detecting for surface gold, where are the heavy minerals lying and where
have they washed to or floating down to ??

from the beginning we all start out seing minute specks of gold that hold us in awe, we then get this tiny
itch, that itch grows into a need to know, that need to know grows into the need to find - when you get
to this stage - you are then a GOLD PROSPECTOR.

We start to look at road cuttings, when ever we go for the family drive with the misses and kids we scour every
road cutting and bit of ground we come by, we cant help our selves, we are now GOLD PROSPECTORS Very Happy

We now see the surface in a different way than all our mates do, we go out bush with them, and they give you\sh#t for taking to long walking down that track to the camping spot ---- you are taking your time for one reason ?
you are a gold prospector and youve seen some dirty lookin qrtz and ironstone on the track in that your mates
didnt even see in their rush to pitch camp and get on the turps, but later, you take a walk and suss out that qrtz,.

Your an Australian Gold Prospector - your one of the few who look at the dirt, & understand
where and why that gold bearing dirt is there.



Crazy pete 39 yrs and lovin it :.8:



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Post by Guest on Thu 15 Dec 2011, 2:11 am

some good advice there mate, never considered using a pan to check the local creeks if im honest, allways just concentrated on how the ground is looking :)

learn something new every day :)


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Post by Guest on Thu 15 Dec 2011, 6:39 am

Of course, if there's no creek, loaming is a good way to suss out the source.

You can also use your pan for cooking or doing you washing in.

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Post by nvchris on Thu 15 Dec 2011, 11:02 am

My testing indicates it has no better recovery than the competition.
But it costs more and is much slower. Over hyped and over priced.

The best dry washer I've found is a hand build timber puffer called "Ol Yeller"
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Post by Dez on Thu 15 Dec 2011, 5:05 pm

This looks like it is serious...

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Post by Guest on Thu 15 Dec 2011, 7:12 pm

nvchris wrote:My testing indicates it has no better recovery than the competition.
But it costs more and is much slower. Over hyped and over priced.

The best dry washer I've found is a hand build timber puffer called "Ol Yeller"

This one is handbuild ? got the plans somewhere ? Awesome being 12 volt , seems much quieter than others I have heard of , Would you not realistically have to chuck a hell of a lot of buckets into one of these to get a result ?

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Post by Guest on Thu 15 Dec 2011, 9:13 pm

Sam

It can be as easy as just putting all the old dryblower and shaker heaps back through, those old
contraptions did a good job but the retention rates could vary drastically from 40% - 90% and even
worse if the dirt wasnt dry as a bone, in WA when they where on a new rich rush and the dirt was
to wet to put through they used to light a fire on it to dry it out so they could work their claims quicker
and still have the chance at gettin more ground before it was all taken up with alluvial claims..

Hare are some Plans to build a bellows type dry blower, this one can be used with a petrol motor
or a 12v motor and speed controller.


Crazy Pete :.8:


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Post by Guest on Thu 15 Dec 2011, 9:19 pm

cheers mate,

you would need a SPL for this to be used on the ground yeah ?



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Post by nvchris on Thu 15 Dec 2011, 11:57 pm

All depend on whats in the buckets Sam :)

I prefer to set up close enough to shovlel right into the hopper

Really who wants to listen to a 2 stroke motor screaming.

Bit more on the "Ol Yeller"

Most seasoned prospectors here prefer the jigging action of a puffer style.


20 pounds (less battery), folds flat and fits in a GI duffle bag.


I use a small motorcycle battery and a 30 watt solar panel.

I like this one better Ned !

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