Gold centrifugal concentrator is an efficient equipment for recovering free gold in all particle size ranges, especially for recovery of fine gold which lost during the operation of the gravitational concentrator (sluice boxes and jigs). It can be used not only for placer gold mining, but also for hard rock mining to recover the natural gold, replacing amalgamation, and recover gold from the old tailing.
The gold centrifugal concentrator operates on the principle of centrifugal force. A slurry consisting of a mixture of water and crushed ore is fed into the machine at one end. As the slurry enters the spinning bowl, the centrifugal force causes heavier particles, including gold, to migrate to the outer rim of the bowl. The lighter particles, such as sand and gravel, remain closer to the center of the bowl and are eventually discarded. The gold particles are collected on the outer rim and are periodically removed from the machine.
Gold centrifugal concentrators are commonly used in the gold mining industry, as well as in other industries that require the separation of fine particles from a slurry. They are especially useful in situations where traditional gravity separation methods are not effective, or where the gold particles are too fine to be recovered using other methods. Additionally, gold centrifugal concentrators can be used in conjunction with other equipment, such as trommels, sluice boxes, and shaking tables, to create a complete gold recovery system.
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|Fluidization water (m3/h)||2-3||3-5||7-10||30-36||60-80||80-100|
|Slurry Water (m3/h)||1.5-4||5-7||8-12||35-50||70-100||100-120|
|Concentration Cleaning Up Cycle||Vein gold 1-3 Hours // Placer gold 2-6 Hours|
|Concentrate weight (kg)||2||10-20||30-40||60-70||80-90||90-120|