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satisfied owner. MR JOHN YOUR MACHINE EXCELLENT I WORKED WITH SIMPLE SAND FROM DRY RIVER AND GAVE AT FIRST LITTLE GOLD. I WAS LUCKY BECAUSE THEY (CUSTOMS) DIDN'T UNDERSTAND ITS WORKING AND I MANAGED TO IMPORT. SUGGEST YOU CONSTRUCT ANOTHER FOR ME ,5 TIMES BIGGER .YOU ARE VERY WISE, CONGRATULATION.

WHEN I SMASH MY MINERAL STONES I AM SURE PRODUCE GOLD. YOU GAVE SOLUTION TO MY PROBLEM AND APPRECIATE VERY MUCH MR JOHN. I WILL TAKE YOU TO ANAFI  ISLANDS WHERE I WAS BORN. C. G. GREECE 



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BEST MINI GOLD CONCENTRATING MACHINE FOR GOLD PROSPECTING, GOLD PANNING, GOLD MINING & GEMSTONE FOSSICKING ON TODAY'S MARKET!  GOLD AT LAST! 
                                                                           

 

 

The ROTAPAN - an AUSTRALIAN patented gold panning, gold prospecting and gemstone concentrating machine every prospector, geologist, fossicker and rockhound will "have to have".
Apart from professional gold prospecting, everyone and in particular, families, with camping, outdoor or recreational hobbies that take them into the outback, the hills, the desert, the camping spot or even the local creek for gold panning, should have a ROTAPAN gold concentrating machine.

You never know just where the elusive gold nuggets, fine gold or gemstones may be. You don't have to be an expert or have previous knowledge of gold panning - the ROTAPAN makes it just so easy, and in the Australian vernacular "that's no bull".
If the gold is there, we GUARANTEE the ROTAPAN will get the fine gold as well as the gold nuggets.
Process a 5 gallon pail of gravel in less than 5 minutes, or process gravel 10 to 20 times faster than the best of the "old time panners", and get more and finer gold.
A child can work the ROTAPAN gold machine with utter ease .

From Eric of Arizona December 2005

I have never written to a manufacturer to praise a product, but the Rotapan is a blessing, Thank-you.
I am in and around the Superstition Mountains, in Arizona, and currently dealing with the worst kind of gold, in the worst condition. The gold is flat grain-size fine gold, like golden gunpowder, trapped in very heavy clay, with a percolation rate of only 18%.
 
I've been working the site with a twenty-foot sluice, using a special aluminium classifying miner's moss, and a whole lot of water, which is irreplaceable during the drought we are currently experiencing. As I've been panning the fine materials, with barely enough success to continue working the site, I had only dreamed of something that would save me so much work and water.
I saw the Rota pan and purchased one. When I first received it I tried the first batch, following the instructions. The results were not what I had expected. So I cleared out the pan and started second time, and as soon as I began gently rotate the classifier downward I began to see the black sands bloom up through the centre. I continued to work the materials, and when I removed the pan there was hours of work done in a few minutes, without wasting a drop of water. I then hand-panned out the fine material and found more gold in that batch of fines, having used the Rotapan just twice, than I had found in a week of sluicing and panning. 
Thank You,
- Eric -


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LETTER FROM A HAPPY  ALASKAN  CUSTOMER            Mike Joy  Jan,2000

"Hi Don,                                                                                                    
 Now that things have slowed down in Alaska, I thought I  would drop you a line about the Rotapan I ordered last May. On my first trip out with a gold prospecting buddy, I was truly amazed. He used a sluice box and I used the Rotapan. About every other or third shovel full of gravel went to the Rotapan. To my surprise, the Rotapan recovered more gold than the sluice box!  The next outing, the creek was high and fast. It was impossible to run a sluice  but the Rotapan saved the day.     

It is truly a portable and efficient way to recover gold from areas difficult to reach with other gold prospecting equipment. A couple of buckets, a shovel, a small finishing gold pan and a Rotapan go with me everywhere in my travels around Alaska. If you get a chance, would you send me information on becoming a Rotapan Distributor? Thanks Mike J"

AND from two earlier prospectors

One: would not tell his friends where he bought his Rotapan ??            

Two:, after buying one Rotapan and using it he backed up for a spare one. We queried why - "just in case you go broke" strange but true.

AND from  David Varabioff of Washington

"JUST WHEN YOU THOUGHT YOU HAD EVERYTHING.....

I want to introduce and offer to you a piece of equipment I truly believe to be unique and exciting. I have been a recreational prospector for over 25 years and have almost every piece of equipment (and more) that one would expect to have. Between myself and my partner we have, 8" dredge (Volkswagen power), extra engine and pump for it, new 5" Keene 3 stage dredge, 16 hp diesel volume (450 gpm) pump, 12 hp Honda engine and 350 gpm pump (with hookah setup), Gold Screw rotating sluice, 2 1/2" Backpack dredge, Gold Screw Spiral Panner, Whites Goldmaster II metal detector, 3 Rokon motorcycles, not to mention bucket loads of hand tools, and gold pans, shovel in sluice boxes, and more. 

What I am most excited about however is the "ROTAPAN". I ordered my first unit with intentions to see if this was "all that it was cracked up to be...". I have seen many different gimmicks over the past 25 years and haven't really run across anything that wasn't old technology with a new twist. Soon to find out however that I had stumbled across something that I wish I had discovered years ago....

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on the image to see the diagram workings of the ROTAPAN gold machine, a review of the ROTAPAN in the Popular Mining Magazine , and a VIDEO of the ROTAPAN in action.

The inventor has combined the conventional principals of grading, agitation and gravity into one compact light weight machine.

As can be seen from the photo, the concentrator assembly is mounted on the rim of a full 20 litre (5 gallon) pail of water.

Gravel is shovelled into the top removable bowl, then oscillated by hand, which grades the gravel through a built-in sieve. Oversize material is discarded by lifting the bowl from the spindle and tipping out.

After grading, the gravel, gold and gemstones fall through to the lower settling pan, where it is agitated to allow the heavier gold and gemstones to settle to the bottom of the retention pan.

The lighter waste gravel is expelled over the outer lip of lower pan, the pail is emptied and refilled with water, and the gold concentrator replaced on rim and is ready to continue.

The gold concentrating machine and pail together weigh only 3.75kg (8.25lb) when empty and can easily be carried with one hand, but may be heavier (luck be with you) after a day's work.

For long life and durability, the ROTAPAN is constructed from STEEL and ZINC PLATED as a rust preventative.

Precious Stones!     

The prototype of the Rotapan was first developed for gold panning. We then tested it for sapphires. Sapphires and rubies weigh four times less than gold but twice as much as average gravel. We modified and tested the ROTAPAN a number of times, before finally settling on the current version. It was a fantastic success. Again and again  sapphires and recovered nearly all of them.

Having modified the ROTAPAN to collect lighter material than gold, the ROTAPAN was then able to recover the very finest of gold particles, requiring almost a magnifying lens to see it.

You may wonder why we GUARANTEE the ROTAPAN. We proved the unit can recover sapphires, then it certainly can recover gold. Gold weighs four times more than sapphire, sapphire weighs twice as much as gravel, then the order of settling in the retention pan (light to heavy) would be - gravel on top, followed by sapphire and then by a long shot, gold. Undoubtedly, the ROTAPAN is the best gold panning invention in years, and has take us into the dawn of the third millenium.

The ROTAPAN can be used in any weather, sitting or standing, is ideal for gold loaming and won't give you a sore back and legs or strained eyes watching for renegade specks of gold.

We are confident the ROTAPAN will give the professional amateur and novice, young or old, many hours of rewarding results and happy memories.

Do your prospecting friend a favour and pass on this website. tell them about the Rotapan Gold Concentrating Machine.

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Operating Instructions
Your ROTAPAN is a very simple but most effective machine for the recovery of gold and gemstones, even in the hands of the inexperienced.

  Proceed as follows:
1. Place 20 LITRE bucket on a level surface and fill with water.
2. Locate the collection tray in the bucket and secure with a tight   octopus strap round the three hangers.
3. Place sieve on the centre spindle.
4. Half fill the sieve with wash and break up any lumps by hand.
5. Raise the sieve about 20 mm up the spindle and work the sieve with a firm, reciprocating motion (back & forth). This will agitate the wash and sink the fines into the collection tray.   
6. Gently return the sieve to its original position and continue reciprocation.
7. Occasionally completely rotate the sieve twice in a clockwise direction.
8. Raise the sieve about 40 mm up the spindle and repeat operations 5, 6, & 7.
9 Lift sieve off the spindle and inspect its contents for nuggets, gemstones etc.
   Discard the residue. Note: A half turn of the sieve keeps the sieving even.
   twenty seconds is ample time to put through a half load.

10. Add more wash and proceed as above.
11.
To recover the gold, remove the collection tray and transfer the
    concentrates to a gold pan.

12. Replace the collection tray and pan off the concentrates. Note: If you pan off over the     bucket, any gold lost in panning will fall into the collection tray to be recovered at the  next clean-up.
13. The bucket will need to be emptied when the waste has built up to just below the 
    collection tray .

P.S. An important point to remember. Whenever you re-set the sieve, do not force it down
too quickly. Imagine you are pushing downwards and the thrust can be so violent you 
literally push water so hard against the collection tray beneath, that any fine flake gold 
can
be dislodged, forcing the gold to be thrown out of the tray and into the waste below.

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BE CERTAIN TO READ THE UPDATED TESTIMONIALS AT THE 
BOTTOM OF THE PAGE, THEY ARE FROM ACTUAL CUSTOMERS 
AND USERS!!

I want to introduce and offer to you a piece of equipment I truly believe to be 
unique and exciting. I have been a recreational prospector for over 25 years 
and have almost every piece of equipment (and more) that one would expect
 
to have. Between myself and my partner we have, 8" dredge (Volkswagen power), 
extra engine and pump for it, new 5" Keene 3 stage dredge, 16 hp diesel volume 
(450 gpm) pump, 12 hp Honda engine and 350 gpm pump (with hookah setup), 
Gold Screw rotating sluice, 2 1/2" Backpack dredge, Gold Screw Spiral Panner, 
Whites Goldmaster II metal detector, 3 Rokon motorcycles, not to mention 
bucket loads of hand tools, and gold pans, shovel in sluice boxes, and more. 

What I am most excited about however is the "ROTAPAN". I ordered my first 
unit with intentions to see if this was "all that it was cracked up to be...". I have 
seen many different gimmicks over the past 25 years and haven't really run 
across anything that wasn't old technology with a new twist. Soon to find out 
however that I had stumbled across something that I wish I had discovered 
years ago.... AND BEST OF ALL IT HAS NO RESTRICTIONS!! 
B.L.M CONSIDERS IT AS A PAN. NO PERMITS ARE REQUIRED!! Dave

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TESTIMONIAL REPRINTED WITH PERMISSION

Dear Dave,

My Rotapan arrived Friday and I spent quite a bit of time over the weekend
trying it out.  I did some testing with some gravel that I "salted" with a
known quantity of fines and coarse gold and I was amazed.  The Rotapan is all
that you claimed it to be and more!  A great invention!  Probably the most
efficient method of processing material short of a motorized trommel or
highbanker.  The other thing I like is that the Rotapan is substantially made
of steel.  It is thick and heavy enough so that if I had to repair it, I
could do so with brazing, light welding, or even rivits.  I will be showing
it around and see if I can drum up some sales for you.

Thank you for the great service and prompt shipping.  Feel free to use my
name as a reference.  I am very impressed.

Sincerely,
Roy C. Gutfinski
Gardiner, Maine

AND YET ANOTHER HAPPY CUSTOMER

Dear Dave,

It came in today in perfect condition and has already been fitted to a
5-gallon stepladder (what we call a pail in this part of the country).
Ever notice how well it nests in the pail if you take the tray out and put
it in first, then the trap on top of it in the slots so that the lid can go
down over it?  It's one damn-well-made piece of machinery.  I've
manufactured steel products before, and I know what went into forming it,
welding it up, and getting the anodising done on it.  You won't be selling
millions of them, and so no economies of scale are likely; but what a
magnificent design!  I'm glad that someone took the time to make the dies
and go to all the trouble that making something like this entails. 
I ran some limonite fragments mixed with sand through it this afternoon,
and I'm amazed at the efficiency of the Rotapan.  I got back better than
99% of the weight of the limonite.  I've got a nice old Mettler balance
that measures down to a ten thousandth of a gram, and I figure that what I
lost was mostly soluble portions of the original sample.  I bet I'd get at
least that percentage of gold out of my secret lode once the weather starts
getting warm again.  I may even go while it's cold.
You're welcome to publish this letter, or any part of it, as a
testimonial if you want.  I've left very positive feedback on eBay.  Best
Wishes, and Happy Hunting!  --  Haywood

AN UPDATE FROM JUDGE HAYWOOD

Dear Dave,

A quick progress report, which you may edit and publish as part of the
testimonial if you wish.  I counted out the six smallest flakes of gold from a 
supply I "recently
obtained" and stirred them in with about a half-pound of gravel and sand.
I filled the plastic bucket to the top with water, put the concentrate pan
in and the screen pan on its post, letting it settle slowly, and then
dumped the gravel with the six known flakes into the screen pan, as per
directions 1 thru 4 of the manual.  I then followed the other directions
and ended up with about a half-ounce of gravel and sand in the concentrate
pan once I had spun the screen pan to throw out the lighter stuff.
In the concentrate pan were a number of pieces of iron and a few other
heavy, black items, and ALL SIX FLAKES OF GOLD.

One of the black items had a silver metallic sheen in spots and was
nonmagnetic, and I have saved it to analyse as it is quite heavy and came
out of my backyard.  I hope there's more of whatever it is.
I poured off the water, mixed the gold flakes back in with the gravel,
and repeated the process for a total of twelve recoveries, so as to be sure
that my first run was not a fluke.  On each occasion I recovered 100% of
the gold.  Not a single time did even one of the flakes get spun out into
the bucket with the lighter sand and gravel.  I also found a couple more of
the interesting pieces of heavy metal.
The purpose of this exercise was first to practice the technique of using
the Rotapan so I could make using it second nature, without having to
consult the manual.  The second was to determine the degree of confidence I
could place in this method, as I had never once even heard of it before
ordering from you.  Needless to say, I can now carry it up to the
gold-bearing creeks north of here with the serene certainty that I won't be
losing any appreciable gold that goes into the Rotapan.  It's like that
pest-control product they advertise on TV: "The gold checks in... it
DOESN'T check out."
It take no time at all to master the technique, and the procedure is so
straightforward that anyone can do it.  Thanks for the best gold
concentrator I have ever seen!  --  Haywood





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