GOLD REAPER(Pat. Applied)
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                                            LATEST GOLD ROCKET V
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                                 clean up those concentrates or go on site anywhere   -   comes with own 12VDC pump 
                                - just drop the hose into water, plug into 12vdc and your laughing  - so much easier to
                                  mine for the fines & then run them through the  Reaper - watch the GOLD drop into
                                  the clear "wick" neoprene tube.

                               I am excited to have developed an ultra gold recovery unit. The first pic is the complete 
                               gold recovered from a few kilos of almost pure sulphides which was the waste from a 
                               gravity gold plant. After the ore passed from the ball mill, the slurry was then passed 
                               over pulsating jigs. The sulphides and gold recovered was taken to the gold room and  
                               treated in a cement mixer with a cup of mercury added along with a little detergent and 
                              nitric acid. After tumbling for two hours, the mercury with gold now amalgamated, was 
                              then passed over a spiral gold wheel which separated the amalgam from the spent 
                              sulphides.

                              It was this spent sulphide supposedly now barren of any gold (if it didn't go into 
                             amalgamation, then the gold wheel should have collected any free gold) that I decided 
                             to work with. I have now developed a unit which will bypass the amalgamating cement 
                             mixer, the spiral gold wheel and the final retort of mercury to recover the gold.

                            The first pic is the total tail of gold recovered- it is all gold, or it is some quartz with gold  
                            attached which lifted the specific gravity above the SG of sulphides (about 5.5).
                            I worked the microscope from the left where the gold is the finest and can be measured 
                            down to 10 microns. I chose points A,B,C,D,E &F and took two pics at each point -  one 
                           at 6.4 mag and one at 40 magnification. If you look very closely at each pair of photos 
                           you will see the same pin point specimens of gold at each magnification.

                           For those who may not know, 1000 microns = 1 millimetre,  OR,  25400 microns = 1 inch.

                   
                    Gold Recovery from reworked mercury         Gold A=40mag.1increment=10 microns 
                    treated sulphides (now see magnified pics)      (above are several particles @ 10 microns)       
 
                                                                                   

                      
                           Gold B=6.4mag.1 increment = 63 microns                     Gold C=6.4mag.1 increment = 63 microns
                                            Recovery 046                                                                  Recovery 046

                    
                            Gold C=40mag.1increment=10 microns                 Gold D=6.4mag.1 increment = 63 microns
                                                                                                                                   Recovery 046

                     
                          Gold D=40mag.1increment=10 microns                     Gold E=6.4mag.1 increment = 63 microns
                                                                                                                              Recovery 046

                     
                           Gold E=40mag.1increment=10 microns                  Gold F=6.4mag.1 increment = 63 microns
                                                                                                                        Recovery 046

                                                         
                                                                       Gold F=40mag.1increment=10 microns

                                                   AND STILL MORE TEST RESULTS
                                                                                   The following picture:-

                                 Gold recovered from heavy black sand  - a small dress making pin with a small head 
                                 was placed to give you an idea of the gold size. You can  see white quartz with just 
                                 tick of gold to the right of the head, just enough extra weight to help with the capture
                                 - you can see a small red garnet above the head. Image was taken with a NIKON 
                                Cool Pix 5400, standard subdued daylight, no flash. There was more gold, but the 
                                central section was cropped out to reduce image size. 

                                    
                                     Now get a real understanding of the gold particle size - the following pic has the 
                                     original pin attached to a digital print - some of the smaller gold you would find 
                                     difficult to see. I did this as some people thought the pin in the above shot was 
                                    a NAIL. Note the very small red GARNET just above the head of the pin.

                                     

                                                   
                                      

                                                ALL YOU NEED IS A  12V DC BATTERY  AND A SUPPLY OF GOLD BEARING ALLUVIAL SANDS, 
                                                CRUSHED GOLD ROCK BEARING FREE GOLD , GRAVITY MINE CONCENTRATES  (YOU DON'T 
                                               NEED TO USE MERCURY),  MAKE UP CONCENTRATES FROM THE FINES OF GOLD DUMPS,  
                                               FLOORS OF OLD MINES AND I AM SURE YOU KNOW OF OTHER GOOD GOLD BEARING 
                                               MATERIALS, IF THE GOLD IS FREE,  EVEN MICROSCOPIC,  THE GOLD REAPER WILL 
                                              RECOVER IT.
  GOLD COLLECTING IN SOFT NEOPRENE TUBING AT BASE OF GOLD REAPER 
                                                                       (SEE GOLD R
EAPER VIDEO ABOVE AND YOU WILL SEE THE TUBING.)

                                        

                                                           HOW FINE DO YOU WANT TO GO?
                                         

                                                           A LITTLE CLOSER TO THE POINT OF THE PIN
                                                     width of  pin measures 500 microns or 30 mesh or .5mm or 0.01968 of an inch.
                                                         Q. In relation to the width of the pin, what size is the smallest particle of gold?

                                                                                                    See comparative table below.

                                     

                         I WOULD RATHER HAVE A GOLD REAPER 
                                                THAN A METAL DETECTOR
                                                                          EMAIL

                                                   
Testimonial from Texas
                                 I  enclose the copies of emails of a very satisfied GOLD ROCKET (1st model) 
                                                                           & ROTAPAN 
customer.
                                                                                                 


                                                                           from John
                                        
"David, would you mind if I used your experience as a testimonial? "
                                                                           from David
                       
"I have never said this to anyone before but definitely feel free to use my  endorsement of the GR."

                                                                     ----- Original Message -----
                                                                          From: David and Nedra of TEXAS USA
                                                                                 
                                                                Sent: Wednesday, September 29, 2004 12:37 AM
                                                                                  Subject: Re: Gold Rocket (1st Model)

                          "
Picked up the rocket yesterday.  I put it together as soon as I got home. We are absolutely 
                                   thrilled with its performance.  We ran material which in the past has given us a very low 
                                  count of 30 mesh gold.  We used to classify the material, run it over the table, then clean up 
                                 the concentrates and middlings by running them through a Blue Bowl.  This was all very time 
                                 consuming especially since we have never seen a table which will run the amount of material 
                                 advertised.  I am assuming they run their tables under the most perfect conditions."


                         
"As stated before, we ran material which in the past has given us a very small amount.  
                                 Using the Gold Rocket we have at least doubled our count. This morning I ran 1/2 of a 5 
                                 gallon bucket of 20 mesh.  We average about 3, 20 mesh pieces at this amount.  Using the 
                                Rocket we recovered 7 pieces plus black sand with gold attached and micron visible 
                                only under the 20x loop. We cannot describe our pleasure that FINALLY someone 
                                has sold us a product which actually works as advertised. 
Using the rocket will actually 
                                allow us to make money off of a claim which was marginal at best.  
                                                                         Thank you, thank you, thank you.
"

                           "
The instructions were easy to follow.  I did have to use a rubber mallet to attach the legs 
                                 but I would rather have them fitting a bit too tight than have them loose and wobbly 
                                  so no problem there."

                                 "Thank you once again for a product which performs as advertised.  By the way, 
                                 we also purchased a Rotapan prior to our last trip to the claims.  It too is great and performed 
                                 exactly as advertised and allowed us to bring back a larger amount of material by cutting 
                                 out the weight of so much of the gangue that we used to bring home.  Now we leave a lot 
                                 of the gangue out at the claims where it belongs.
                                                                                 Thank you so much."
                                                                                  David and Nedra


                                                          
----- Original Message -----
                                                                  From: David and Nedra of TEXAS USA
                                                                          
                                                                Sent: Friday, October 01, 2004 2:22 PM
                                                                           Subject: Re: Gold Rocket


                                    
"We are already talking about buying another gold rocket, however, we must pay for the 
                                    first one before we go further.  I will let you in a little secret...when David and I
                                    first saw your advertisement for the gold rocket we knew we had found 
                                   exactly what we had been looking for.
  While we had the usual reservations, we
                                   knew in our hearts it was the right move to make.  We had not felt this sure 
                                   about other products."
                                                                                               Nedra 


                                      David and Nedra sent the following pics of GOLD they recovered .

                   

                

                                                                                            

                                                                                                                              

Particle Size Comparison Chart

Measurements

Sieve (Screen)

Millimeters

Microns (Á)

Inches

Mils

U.S. Std. Sieve Designation*

Tyler Std. Sieve

0.0254

25.4

0.00100

1.00

-

-

0.0318

31.8

0.00125

1.25

-

-

0.0381

38.1

0.00150

1.50

38 Ám (No. 400)

400 mesh

0.0445

44.5

0.00175

1.75

45 Ám (No. 325)

325 mesh

0.0508

50.8

0.00200

2.00

-

-

0.0533

53.3

0.00210

2.10

53 Ám (No. 270)

270 mesh

0.0635

63.5

0.00250

2.50

63 Ám (No. 230)

250 mesh

0.0737

73.7

0.00290

2.90

75 Ám (No. 200)

200 mesh

0.0762

76.2

0.00300

3.00

-

-

0.0889

88.9

0.00350

3.50

90 Ám (No. 170)

170 mesh

0.1016

101.6

0.00400

4.00

-

-

0.1050

105.0

0.00413

4.13

106 Ám (No. 140)

150 mesh

0.1250

125.0

0.00492

4.92

125 Ám (No. 120)

115 mesh

0.1490

149.0

0.00587

5.87

150 Ám (No. 100)

100 mesh

0.1770

177.0

0.00697

6.97

180 Ám (No. 80)

80 mesh

0.2500

250.0

0.00984

9.84

250 Ám (No. 60)

60 mesh

0.4200

420.0

0.01654

16.54

425 Ám (No. 40)

35 mesh

0.8410

841.0

0.03311

33.11

850 Ám (No. 20)

20 mesh

1.0000

1000.0

0.03937

39.37

1 mm (No. 18)

16 mesh