About: Gold mining wash plant - J.Farmer Mining
Great video :)
Need more water pressure, more water jets,
me servirá de mucho gracias joel
Absolutely the best product to use when you are considering the purchase of a claim. you just hook it to an atv, add a shovel and a pan.. If you have a skid steer , all the better. If state law prohibits the use of this level of equipment or moreover the use of this and a mini excavator, then just walk away from the idea of buying a claim in that state. You will never be able to be successful at gold mining under those conditions. This unit will really get you started without losing the farm. An excellent choice for the beginner. Go big or go home. Let the buyer beware when considering buying a claim! Piss ant mining is with a gold pan. Use them for prospecting. Buy this thing and never look back.
Cool!!! good working!
This is gold mining. It's noisy. It's a great sound to a miner.
I'm from Peru have very good ideas, please show me about the vibrator, or give me some ideas thanks
Like how simple it is...looks more affordable than some of the larger versions of wash plants.
It is powered by generator and electric motor.
Does the water power the vibrating deck
Yes it is a shaking pan feeder. (This was the original unit) - The new units have superior springs and shaking mechanisms. It however is NOT good for clay or cemented gravels!
Check my other videos for the trommel unit to wash clay. My dealer is angus mackirk please go to their website. (link is above)
end with mud slide ?
Any gold found yet?
Like this, a bit noisy though is there a quieter version??
wow nice set up A1
nice, would work great with our 12 foot sluice
Did you ever think of making the hopper into a table as well as a wash box? I think it would work the material better than just a straight wash. Along with busting any clays that you might have.
@rocket1222 Hello Rocket1222, I'm now an independant manufacturer because I sold USProspector.
My email contact is email@example.com - Thanks, Joel
Great setup - where are you located?