Okay here’s the hydrocyclone, and the watering
augur, to make this work effectively for getting 80-100 mesh out of the top of the hydrocyclone,
it’s going to need more water speed off the table than we can deal with the hose right
here. But the principle works really well. Okay he’s going to get some of the mud that’s
coming up out of the underside of the tailings. This is really quite fine material. And we’re
guessing this is probably 150-200 mesh quartz that is coming out of the tailings. Here is the jaw crusher with stand. It’s
an 8×8, yellow hopper, will feed into the conveyor laying on the floor behind it. The
conveyor mounts right there under the jaw crusher. This is the impact mill. 16 horse
gas motor for power. Here’s the yellow feed hopper. Here’s the inside panels there.
We added AR plate armor for the case, and the paddles are AR plate, ⅜ inch thick.
And these are symmetrical, so they can be flipped over this way, that way, so you have
four wear surfaces per paddle. We like to run it wet to keep the dust down.
But it will run just fine dry. We’ve designed the impact mill discharge to feed right onto
the shaker table. And the shaker table tailings will feed into the top of the hydrocyclone.
Which will then classify the material, depending on your ore liberation size, and overage will
come out the top of the pipe can be re-fed into your crushing system. Thanks for watching, and check out our website: