This arrangement and flowsheet of a Mini Portable Gold Processing Plant permits several mineral separations by flotation and provides for the possible recovery of other minerals by gravity concentration. The flowsheet is ideal for a pilot-plant in field testing of ores to determine the economic feasibility of an ore deposit prior to the installation of a larger plant or for processing ore during the development stages of a mining property.
The arrangement shown here features the economy type rubber-lined Grinding Mill. This mill is roller-mounted with V-belt drive around the mill shell, driven from motor-connected gear reducer. Material discharged from the grindingmill is sized through a spiral screen ahead of a Cyclone Classifier. The flotation cells handling initial feed are equipped with patented discharge cones for return and recovery of a heavy mineral fraction by a jig.Tailings from the flotation machines are fed to a #6 Concentrating Table to assure gravity recovery of any valuable mineral not amenable to flotation. Pan Filters are provided to de-water concentrates.
One of the most serious problems confronting the mining industry today is how to profitably begin the small scale milling of ores from mines where insufficient ore has been developed to warrant an expensive mill installation, but where a large plant might be needed later. The same question arises in connection with the economical working of numerous small but relatively high grade ore deposits.
Portable Mills, and in particular, Truck Mills, are a most practical solution to this problem. For a relatively small investment a complete and efficient mill can be brought to the mine and speedily put into operation. When the high grade deposit has been worked or the formerly promising operation no longer fulfills the operators expectations, the mill may be transported as a complete unit to another location.
In the Truck Mill the portability has been carried out to the highest degree. All of the units are carried on a truck or semi-trailer, which serves as the operating floor for most of the units. Power for the entire milling unit is usually supplied with either a Diesel or gasoline driven electric generating set, but a belt driven mill can be supplied.
TriTank TT20: our personal favourite, an entirely unique to APT advanced cyanidation system. These tanks have a wide range of applications and can be setup for Carbon-In-Pulp (CIP), Carbon-In-Leach (CIL), or Carousel operation.
The Elu-X is especially made for the smaller elution applications. Engineered in a minimalistic way, with safety and ease of use in mind, ensuring consistent high performance while keeping unnecessary costs at bay. An affordable, effective solution.
The RDGK: crusher and concentrator. Available as a stand-alone plant, itis simplyassembled on-site and can still easily be relocated. A trailer version is also available allowing you to simply take the crusher to site and you're ready to go. All compactand portable.
The GoldJigga: a manual hydraulic jig concentrator used to concentrate coarse nuggets of gold from coarse (+3mm) oversize material. This jig is highly durable and can be used in the most remote of locations as it does not run with any kind of electricity.
The RG30-T: this scrubber is part of our standard wash plant range and incorporates the GoldKacha concentrator. It comes fully assembled and is available in trailer version, allowing for optimal mobility and ease of operation when following your mineral resource.
Especially for small-scale mining applications, encouraging growth anddevelopment with high recoveries. A more sophisticated solution to traditional sluices, whilst remaining easy to operate. No mercury required, minimal operational requirements.