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E-WAIST SCRAPPERS

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E-WAIST SCRAPPERS

Postby rvdsr127 » Tue Jul 14, 2015 12:58 pm

ANY E-WAIST SCRAPPERS IN THE SOUTH EAST AREA.??.. :o
LOOKING FOR HELP TO GET THE GOLD & SILVER OUT OF SOLUTION ....IM IN MYRTLE BEACH AREA........
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Re: E-WAIST SCRAPPERS

Postby susuki5678 » Wed Jun 15, 2016 11:08 pm

It's certainly a lot for your answers, I like very much.
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Re: E-WAIST SCRAPPERS

Postby Lifelong Survivalist » Thu Jun 16, 2016 4:30 pm

It depends entirely on what the solution is that the gold and silver are in. Large scale open pit gold mines use a cyanide solution to sprinkle on their crushed ore that is placed in a heap leach pile contained in a pad liner. The leach solution percolates through the ore and picks up the precious metals down to microscopic and even molecular sized particles, and is then pumped to a large precipitation tank where the precious metals settle out to the bottom of the tank in the form of a sludge. When there is enough sludge to remove, it is collected and sent to a furnace where it is melted and other ingredients are added to pull out impurities. When it has smelted and processed to the right point, a layer of slag rises to the top of the molten material. This is carefully poured off until only the metals are in the furnace. At this point the metals are poured into bars of bullion and allowed to cool and solidify. The bullion bars need to be further refined to separate the Gold, platinum, palladium, silver and smaller amounts of copper, lead, zinc, etc. There is also an acid method. It would be to your advantage to purchase some hard bound paper books on Metallurgy and study these processes and consider whether or not you can do it on a small scale. It is not an inexpensive hobby project. There are also many safety concerns and precautions that must not be ignored. What you speak of is also a recycle of valuable resources which I have advocated for decades. Not only have I worked in the Industry, I have done many hours of research and study and have worked in mining company assay labs, and in a smelter, on both ends of the furnace......Metal Tapping and Slag Running. And years of field work in exploration and related areas. Some recyclers simply separate the metals from the plastics and sell them by the pound to other companies for further separations and refinement. They are usually large companies, with plenty of capital and facilities and machinery etc. :-) Lifelong
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