I was one of your very first customers, over 20 years ago. The very first time I got the results from your Gold Bug System, I absolutely was taken aback at the incredible yield returned that I had been missing for the 40 years that I was in business prior to meeting you. We have used your Gold Bug for gold and silver recovery for 20 years.
The Goldlands recovery systems integrate a number of innovative extraction technologies with units ranging from start-up testing equipment of 1 to 2 Tons per Hour ranging up to units processing volumes of 5, 10, 30, 50, 100, 200, 500 and 1000 Tons per Hour.
Mining - Unit Costs The cost per ton for the month of December was $0.81 per ton reflecting the short haul distance to the crusher. For 1999 and beyond, mining cost per ton is expected to be in the range of $0.85 to $0.90.
The recovery rate can also be defined as the value of a security when it emerges from default. The recovery rate enables an estimate to be made of the loss that would arise in the event of default, which is calculated as (1 - Recovery Rate). Thus, if the recovery rate is 60%, the loss given default or LGD is 40%.
In a test at CSMRI, a new Mark VII Reichert spiral recovered 91.3% of the free gold contained in the feed in a concentrate representing only 5.4% of the feed weight. The unit showed little decrease in gold recovery efficiency with material down to 325 mesh (45 microns) (Spiller, 1983).
SPEED OF RECOVERY Example: 250 liters of solution @ 20 A *Actual test data and graphs supplied courtesy Engelhard-CLAL Corp. The Gold Bug® is able to bring relatively large volumes of solution with concentrations of metals all over the spectrum to environmental compliance levels in many cases. This is done quickly and inexpensively.