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Modular Heavy Media Separation (HMS) Plants Modular Elution Circuits with Gold Room Since 1986, Como Engineers has become a recognised specialist in the design and construction of modular gold desorption (elution), carbon reactivation and gold refining plants, that can be containerised and shipped anywhere in the world.
Gold Wash Plants. Star Trace offering the Gold Wash Plant in the remarkable qualities with latest technology. Star Trace manufacturing a several different types of gold wash plants from 50-500tons per hour. In all conditions each plant consists of proportionate sized of 3 sluice boxes and utilized 3 different types of riffle designs.
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Gold parting is the separating of gold from silver. Gold and silver are often extracted from the same ores and are chemically similar and therefore hard to separate. Over the centuries special means of separation have been invented. Native gold on display in the Natural History Museum, London.