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CI5X Series Impact Crushers

CI5X series impact crusher is a new generation of coarse and medium crushed products designed to meet customers needs for high profit, low cost, energy saving and consumption reduction. It is the guarantee for large-volume production line c

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Model Specifications (mm) Feed opening (mm) Max. feed size (mm) Capacity (t/h) Power (kW) Weight (t) Dimensions (mm)
CI5X1315 Φ1300×1500 1540×930 600 250-350 250 20 2880×2755×2560
CI5X1520 Φ1500×2000 2040×520 (2040×995) 350(700) 400-600 2×250 (2×200) 30 3390×3520×2790
CI5X1415 Φ1400×1500 1540×1320 900 350-550 250 24 2995×2790×3090
CI5X1620 Φ1600×2000 2040×1630 1100 500-900 2×200 42 3485×3605×3720
CI5X2023 Φ2000×2300 2400×1920 1300 1200-2000 2×500 76 4890×4380×4765
  • Alluvial Gold Explained - To Help You Find Gold

    Alluvial Gold and Eluvial Gold.... Knowledge That Can Help You To Make a Huge Gold Find. Just What is Primary, Alluvial Gold and Eluvial gold. Primary gold is Reef or Lode gold where the gold is still deposited in its original host rock.

  • Ghost Town (Page 1) / Alluvial Gold Prospecting ...

    10/09/2018  After reading this book I found a spot that had a gold mine very high in the hills which was once a thriving little town with a hall,hotel ect,now a forgotten ghost town.Ha,it was once a suburb with its own name I had never heard off. So I headed of the beaten track on

  • Ravenswood - smh.au

    11/06/2008  Gold was discovered in the area in 1868. A year later about 140 prospectors and fossickers had been attracted to the new fields. When three men, Jessop, Buchanan and Crane, found good alluvial ...

  • Graytown - smh.au

    Graytown Gold mining ghost town Graytown is a gold mining ghost town located 137 km north of Melbourne on a connecting road between Heathcote and Nagambie.. Gold was discovered here in

  • Australia For Everyone: Ghost Towns of New South Wales

    Just about every 19th century ghost town in Australia burst into life and faded into oblivion just as quickly as a result of mining, particularly gold mining. Some gold mining towns with a short productive life declined significantly in the decades after the gold rush as other towns in the district continued to grow. The small township of ...

  • Nothing but Gold: Victoria's Northern Region - Concept ...

    Nothing but Gold: Victoria's Northern Region - Concept - Electronic Encyclopedia of Gold in Australia - e-Gold is a biographical, bibliographical and archival database that tells the story of gold through images, stories and multimedia interactives, connecting individual stories to wider historical themes.

  • Overview - Queensland Gold Occurrences

    Canal Creek was an alluvial goldfield only, whereas both alluvial gold and reef gold were won from Talgai. Thane’s Creek was primarily an area of reef mining; at Pikedale and Leyburn little or no alluvial gold was won. Little is known of the Palgrave field. LUCKY VALLEY GOLDFIELD. No returns for alluvial gold from this field have been ...

  • Newbie to Reedy creek (Page 1) / Alluvial Gold Prospecting ...

    30/06/2019  I have found it difficult to separate the gold from the black sand especially in the +/- 30 range as the gold is very thin and flaky and generally I seem to find better deposits where the black sand is a little coarser. Its easier to pan the chunky stuff and separate from the black sand but the fine Eldorado gold is painful. Yackandandah creek ...

  • Ravenswood - Charters Towers Regional Council

    Located 89 kilometres east of Charters Towers, the heritage-listed township of Ravenswood was once a thriving gold mining town. Ravenswood is a must-see historical town, south of Flinders Highway. In 1868 while mustering cattle, Marmaduke Curr stopped to scoop up a drink of water from Elphinstone Creek and saw specks of alluvial gold in the ...

  • Goldfields places maps - Gold miners and mining ...

    4/07/2019  The early histories of many goldfields towns are summarised in Flett's book The history of gold discovery in Victoria. Robert Brough Smyth's 1869 book The gold fields and mineral districts of Victoria (available online) includes information about the

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  • Gold rush: level 1 - Home - Scootle

    You are going to the goldfields to mine for gold. Before you leave you should: Consider buying a permit from the permit office, (if you choose not to buy a permit you will save money but the troopers may close down your mine). Choose a type of mine (either alluvial or shaft) by selecting the map. Buy the tools you need for your mine, either alluvial or shaft, from the tool store. Buy enough ...

  • Newbie to Reedy creek (Page 1) / Alluvial Gold

    30/06/2019  I have found it difficult to separate the gold from the black sand especially in the +/- 30 range as the gold is very thin and flaky and generally I seem to find better deposits where the black sand is a little coarser. Its easier to pan the chunky stuff and separate from the black sand but the fine Eldorado gold is painful. Yackandandah creek ...

  • Gold-Net Australia Online - September 2000

    Finally, in 1894, Lawler got together another party of prospectors, Gibson, Moses, Nevin and Donnelly, all prospectors of note. Arriving at Lame Horse Creek they found a good deal of alluvial gold easily gathered. Cleaning up all the alluvial they then pegged the source and named it Donegal Reef. Gibson soon after pegged the Great Eastern a ...

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    The gold that these rocks contained has been washed down into creeks to form alluvial (placer) gold deposits. Here, the gold is further concentrated by the action of water. Because gold is heavier than most of the material moved by a creek or river, it can become concentrated in hollows and trapped in the bed of the river. These are known as ...

  • Beyers and Holtermann nugget Archives - Twisted History ...

    The gold mining town of Hill End in New South Wales today is almost a ghost town. Alluvial gold was discovered at Hill End in 1851 and within a month, there were were 150 miners working the area. The Hill End goldfield was one of the richest gold mining areas in NSW, and the first reef mining area in Australia. The Beyers and Holtermann nugget ...

  • Millwood, South Africa - Wikipedia

    Millwood in South Africa was the site of a short-lived gold rush in the 1880s. Millwood Mining Village was located in the foothills of the Outeniqua Mountains near Knysna and had a population of a few hundred at the height of its small-scale mining activity which lasted only five years, largely due to the difficulty of following the vein in much-folded formations.

  • Kiandra, NSW - Aussie Towns

    By the end of 1861 the gold escort had removed 16,567 ozs (4,688 kg) from the goldfield. From 20,000 the town's population dropped to 250. * By end of the goldrush Kiandra had produced 172,000 ozs (48,676 kg) of gold most of which was either alluvial and large nuggets.

  • Richest discoveries Ergo

    At their peak, government gold escorts were often transporting a ton (1000 kilograms) of gold each week from places like Mount Alexander (now Castlemaine) to the Treasury and bank vaults of Melbourne. Today, amateur gold fossickers still comb Victoria for nuggets with metal detectors and pan for alluvial gold in streams. In 2006, a miner in ...

  • Hillgrove, NSW - Aussie Towns

    Historic near-ghost gold mining town in the NSW Northern Tablelands. What happens to a mining town when the mines close down? In the case of Hillgrove, which at its height had a population of 3,500, the buildings were sold and transported to other towns in the district where they were needed.

  • Australia For Everyone: Ghost Towns of Western Australia

    One of Australia's most remarkable ghost towns, after the discovery of gold in the area in 1893, the population rose to over 12,000 by 1905. There were 16 hotels, two breweries and an hourly train service to Kalgoorlie. However, the alluvial gold supply was rapidly exhausted, and underground mining followed, yeilding decreasing amounts of gold ...

  • Where to find gold - gold-prospecting-wa

    Where there is Old Gold Mines. Where gold has been found before then there is either Primary or Secondary gold in the area. The Primary Gold does not necessarily have to be of minable grade. There could be secondary enrichment in the area under laterite caps or calcrete sheets.

  • Other Towns of the Upper Goulburn - Vicnet

    Today it is an alpine, gold mining ghost town, containing some of the few surviving buildings of the gold towns that once existed in the Victorian alpine region. Exploration of the area on foot or 4X4 will uncover many old mine sites and disused mining equipment, remnants of countless ruins such as dry stone retaining walls, terraced sites and ...

  • Mining - utas.edu.au

    The then unknown substance was eventually worth more than gold. Osmiridium was found in abundance, associated with alluvial gold deposits, in the Whyte and Savage River areas, though a payable deposit was only found in 1914. Bald Hill, near Luina, became the state's major producer of

  • Placer mining - Wikipedia

    The Klondike Gold Rush began in 1896 when nuggets of gold were found in the Klondike region of Alaska and the Canadian Yukon. The nuggets were found in running water, making the Klondike Gold deposit an alluvial placer mining deposit, which it soon became when 30,000 gold-seekers trekked the

  • The Rich Goldfields of Queensland - RareGoldNuggets

    4/07/2014  Payable gold in Queensland was initially discovered by W. C. Capel and party at the locality of Canoona in 1858. In 1863, alluvial gold was found at Canal Creek, west of Warwick in the Gladstone region; and in 1865 at Gavial Creek, which is a branch of Crocodile Creek in the Rockhampton Goldfield. In 1867, gold was found at Ridgelands within ...

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    For sale. Alluvial gold mine in the Charters Towers district. 26 hectares in renowned gold area, dams and sheds already in place, lease renewed and all annual fees paid. Open to offers. Alluvial skid base plant (jiggs) also available. Secure your future as gold prices head north.

  • 6 stories your child should know about the great ...

    7/04/2016  Bernhard Otto Holtermann poses with his 286kg find at Hill End, near Bathurst, in 1872. Its one of six stories you should know about the great Aussie gold rush of the 19th century.

  • Alluvial gold part 1: gold panning - Apple Isle Prospector

    In this post I will briefly describe alluvial gold, and go into places you might go, where to do research, and link to some good videos on gold panning, useful if you’re just starting out. What is alluvial gold? Alluvial gold is gold that has been freed from its host rock and ended up where it is after having been moved by water. Examples ...

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    In this post I will briefly describe alluvial gold, and go into places you might go, where to do research, and link to some good videos on gold panning, useful if you’re just starting out. What is alluvial gold? Alluvial gold is gold that has been freed from its host rock and ended up where it is after having been moved by water. Examples ...

  • Arltunga Historical Reserve and Arltunga ghost town in

    The Arltunga Historical Reserve and Arltunga ghost town ... born out of a gold rush after alluvial gold was discovered amongst a dusty and dry creekbed during 1887. It was a hectic little goldmining town and it's historical heyday lasted from the first gold strike in 1887 until 1913. The fortune seekers of the day of the nations of the world had to travel 600 kilometres from the Oodnadatta ...

  • Mt Mulligan, Outback, North Queensland, Ngarrabullgan

    In the background lies the ghost town of Thornsborough, one of the centres for the Hodgkinson Goldfields. Alluvial gold mining commenced in 1876 and lode (reef) mining in 1877. More then 9.8+ tonnes of gold bullion were produced from the field. Of the 9.8 tons, only 1.3 was alluvial gold while 115 km north west in the Palmer River Goldfield the ...

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    It’s a fitting location to hear about the gold rush; Towers Hill was the very spot a young Aboriginal boy named Jupiter (who the famous casino is named after) first discovered a chunk of alluvial gold back in 1872. Fast forward 144 years and gold fossickers still arrive in droves, armed with metal detectors, in search of those golden nuggets ...

  • GOLD PROSPECTING AUSTRALIA Public Group Facebook

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  • Fossicking — Mudgee Region

    Hill End is the site of the discovery in 1872 of the famous Holterman Nugget – the largest single mass of gold ever discovered, weighing in at 285kg. Almost all the Mudgee Region yielded gold. Large amounts of alluvial gold were recovered in the last century and some small reefs were mined.

  • Mathinna - ourtasmania.au

    The Mathinna goldfield started, like many others, with the discovery of alluvial gold in Black Horse Gully. The area contains one of Tasmania's largest gold mines, the New Golden Gate, which had a total (historical) production of over 260,000 ounces (8 tonnes) of gold. The area is riddled with abandoned mines, prospects and old workings, and is ...

  • Maldon Heritage Note - Parks Victoria

    HERITAGE VICTORIA S GHOSTS OF A NOISY PAST - MALDON By Mary Ryllis Clark, Discover Historic Victoria, 1996 In 1880 Hery Handel Richardson wrote, ‘Maldon seemed, and indeed was a lovely spot’ even though the town was literally throbbing with the noisy industry of the gold mines. There was the clatter of machines crushing,

  • Japanese graves in mining ghost town tell story of ...

    22/09/2017  But with the alluvial gold picked clean and underground mines producing less gold, the town's population drifted away. It was abandoned by 1953. It was abandoned by 1953.


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