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A classifier sieve is a must have tool for rock hounding, gold and gem panning and proper classifi ion of material to aid in fine gold recovery. Various screen / mesh sizes are available. Our classifiers are designed to work with all standard gold pan styles and most sizes fit on top of standard 5 gallon buckets.
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Gold Pans and Classifiers Metal detectorists are, for the most part, adventurous people who love to experience the outdoors and find buried jewelry, coins, relics, and gold. There are some other hobbies which often go hand in hand with metal detecting. One of the more common ‘second hobbies’ is gold prospecting. ImagesMore results in images
Gold Classifiers Gold classifiers, also called sieves or screens, go hand in hand with a gold pan. Designed to fit on the top of 5 gallon plastic buckets used by most prospectors, and over most gold pans, the classifier& 39;s job is to screen out larger rocks and debris before you pan the material. Classifiers come in a variety of mesh sizes.
Camel Nesting Gold Classifier Set – $45 Professional prospectors will tell you that proper classifi ion of placer material is the most important single step that leads to high recovery of placer gold. You will be amazed how easy it is to recover micro-fine gold, if it has been classified to the approximate size of the gold.
Gold pans are ribbed pans with shallow sloping sides. You use the ribs to separate and hold the heavier gold from the sand and materials as you swirl them away. Use a classifiers to sift out the fines containing gold flakes. Use several different sized of classifiers before you start panning to sort out larger nuggets and debris.
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