The cost for this tech , two cone crushers 1 jaw crusher 1 ball mill , and a dry recovery blower = £ 1.5 mill , 60 day delivery , so not exactly hard to come bye , a small scale closed circuit crusher etc + hydro cyclone tech " indian " 95% recovery = £ 5.5 mill
Starting small and growing is not the problem , any guess as to any drilling results guys ? x mac
We hope they'll be taking advantage of the 10k Oz limit.
Bulk sampling will be via 360° excavator I assume?
Why do we think the sample needs crushing anyway? If the gold is contained within bedrock, crushing alone won't release the gold no? If the gold is sat on bedrock then it wouldn't require crushing.
The excavation could provide them with the "additional information on the morphology of the veins" (Presumably that's the official reason for them excavating)
So, they excavate a heap, now what? Wash it, sell it surely. Why the need for further metallurgy? The RNS is even vague about the possibility of further testing.
By the time they need to think about the further testing, they'll have the gold to sell.
I think the RNS is purely a lip service update that reading between the lines is actually the production which we've been expecting. Albeit, it gives the BOD a get out clause if the bulk sampling isn't successful. And all without the need for a licence.
This could also explain why the BOD has been vague when questioned about crusher gate. Even though I'm not convinced at all about the crusher, instead of crusher gate, most likely washer gate might be more appropriate.
The BOD wouldn't turn round and say.. "No, we haven't ordered a crusher, but we have ordered a washer" Hence them avoiding a simple question, because we might have stumbled upon a plan via the back door.
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