The Knelson Prospecting Trailer is a portable turnkey processing system. It is completely self-contained and includes a fully equipped laboratory. This test plant can be towed behind any suitably equipped vehicle and includes a surge brake system to minimize the affect on the towing vehicle.
Once on-site the Knelson Prospecting Trailer is located in close proximity to a water supply. Samples are brought to the trailer in 5 gallon (20 litre) buckets and weighed on the dial scale supplied with the system. The samples are then processed with the KC-MD7.5 Knelson Concentrator for concentration of free-gold and/or heavy minerals.
o Knelson Concentrator KC-MD7.5 c/w screen plant on wheels and mounts on trailer
Trailer - detachable hitch for ease of export packing
Off Road Use Only-Local Certification Required for Highway Use
3500 W gasoline Honda generator
Two (2) Honda 1.5" water pumps (1 spare)
15' suction hose with pick-up screen c/w couplings
Three 50' lengths of discharge hose w/ couplings
Complete onboard lab
Scale for weighing ore samples
Two clean up tubs (1 shallow, 1 deep)
Two Gold pans (10½" and 14")
Lockable aluminum storage Box
Complete Amalgamation Kit
Gold Genie, 220v Rock Tumbler, weigh scale, propane burner and plate, two gallon container of degreaser, 600 ml glass beaker, two 250 ml, glass beakers, two 10 ml glass beakers, mercury press, six plastic eye, droppers, rubber gloves and protective eye wear, feed scoop, case of sample bottles, cotton packing, and instructions for amalgamation.
"As a ore beneficiation investigator through our laboratory at the University, we have made experiments and tests in Venezuelan gold and other heavy minerals. One of our machines is the KC 3" for gravity concentration. We have tested material from a pond that has a grade of 0.829 g/ton in grains 81,25% 400 mesh. In second step, where we controlled pulp, % solid weight, feed, water fluid and we recover 8,49 g/ton. Also, the equipment is currently used in the student practices every semester, in a subject named Mineral Preparation and Concentration in 4th year plan for the future mining engineer."
- Monica Martiz, Mining Engineer - Universidad Central de Venezuela, Venezuela
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