Tuesday, April 2, 2019

Here Are a Couple of Interesting Blogs
















Thank you Sir!

Another One That Looks Real Interesting:

BC GOLD

Screening Equipment

I came across this article regarding screening your "pay dirt".


Here is a link to the entire thing. -- https://rockroadrecycle.com/prairie-dawg-practical-what-are-the-different-types-of-screening-equipment/

Snippet:
Portable rubber tire-mounted screens have dominated certain mid-range production markets for years and have always been extremely dominant in the resale market, keeping these types of screens extremely popular, if not the most popular, today. These screens are typically flat or horizontal in configuration and reach lengths of 24 feet. Inclines have also been popular, but require the plant to be lifted into position – an extra step. They also require a longer feed conveyor to reach the elevated height. So the incline version (although being the first ones on the market) has stayed the course (being structurally fixed) to become some of the best production-based machines on the market requiring less horsepower and machined parts, making them extremely efficient and long-lasting.


Thursday, September 6, 2018

Asteroid Mining is Almost Reality

iSN’T THAT COST A LIMITING FACTOR?

It very well could be. Simply put: the pricey part of this isn’t the R&D that goes into working out how to do asteroid mining. Nor is it the launches that take place to actually the achieve the goal. Instead, the really expensive bit is getting the materials back to Earth once we’ve mined them.

What will be mined? Why would anyone want to do this? And who are the main players in this (literal) space? Read on for a beginner’s guide to all things asteroid mining.

Read the whole story here: https://www.digitaltrends.com/cool-tech/beginners-guide-to-asteroid-mining/
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