Mobile Exploration and Production Kit Now Launched by APT

RG30-T Mobile Wash Plant Mobile Exploration and Production Kit

The above mobile exploration and production kit has now been launched by APT. 

The aim of this minerals recovery and exploration kit is found in taking small and medium scale exploration and production to a new level, and enabling smaller mines to grow and develop on a more suitable budget, without compromising on quality but rather creating something better than what is out there today. This goes hand-in-hand with our philosophy of not only creating equipment, but rather creating solutions to problems faced in the industry today, and furnishing the smaller scale mining sector with plants that can take them to the next level.

The RG30-T Production Kit allows optimal mobility by means of a complete mining kit mounted on a rugged trailer. The concept behind the mobile solution was driven by the need for reducing the risk and costs involved in the exploration process, while enabling greater production and therefore optimum profit to be made. Furthermore, it enables the operator to anticipate future stumbling blocks in the mining process ahead of feeding to the main plant, by providing the ability to process large bulk samples through to small concentrates.

The Exploration and Production Kit combines the RG30 and GoldKacha Mark 4, with Goldkonka Up- Grader and GoldJigga Field Jig and ancillary equipment, into a robust configuration which fits onto a neatly designed trailer, allowing you to move from resource to resource. The RG30-T is a fully functioning system and does not require interface with other machinery.

The process begins at the RG30 scrubber, and the leading features are outlined here. Firstly, the GoldKacha takes larger mass pull to concentrate than competing equipment, therefore a very high primary recovery is achieved. The RG30 also has a deep belly drum together with an integral high efficiency trommel screen, allowing for both clay disintegration and the improvement of gold liberation from host material. The feed from the RG30 scrubber is then passed to the GoldKacha Concentrator via gravity, eliminating the need for additional pumps.

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