Mobile Modular System
The traditional system of extracting gold from ores is the wet recovery methods which require higher costs, more labor, and minimal efficiency. Clay is typically used as a placer gold carrier as it has a specific gravity from 1 to 2 while gold has a unique gravity of 19.3
. When clay is mixed with water, gold is often difficult to obtain as it tends to float off or stick to the clay. This process results in many wasted minerals. Additionally, the heavy use of water and chemicals, such as mercury and cyanide, results in a large environmental footprint. And this is where LG steps in with our innovative technology. Our mobile modular systems use dry recovery methods that attract gold by targeting its specific hardness, gravity, electromagnetic signature, and density. This method can extract gold even in a small chunk of clay. Additionally, our mobile modular systems provide flexibility in setting up processing stations near the mining sites as they can work under any terrain and are equipped with Plug & Play lines. We are also able to produce our own energy using solar energy for properties that are off the grid.
Another benefit to this system is that it does not use water, allowing for a more efficient separation of the gold and other elements since the clay does not get emulsified. This feature is a huge advantage as it allows for more efficient gold processing and refining. The mobile modular systems heavily reduce the ecological footprint left behind by the traditional systems. Since it uses dry recovery methods, the use of water and chemicals are eliminated, which in turn creates safer working conditions and a sustainable environment.
STEP-BY-STEP PROCESSING SYSTEM
1. Gross ore from mine sites are processed through a four-stage dry separation process (truck –> conveyor –> hopper –> dry separator –> conveyor), creating four separated ore piles ready to process.
2. The ores in the separated piles are then transferred to the primary crusher.
3. Once crushed, the ores are moved to the secondary crusher.
4. The crushed ore is now reduced in size and uniform. Waste material is removed and crushed to the range of 200 to 400 mesh.
5. The crushed material enters the dry air separation chamber, removing the waste from the gold. The gold is now upgraded to above 60%.
6. The gold ore is further refined in a closed loop system, Aqua Regia, where the gold is now above 99% pure. This process results in high grade gold grains.
7. Once the material is 99.9% pure, it can be melted and made into a wide range of gold bullion bars.
8. The finished products are ready for sale or to be shipped to a registered refinery to receive authentication.
9. The gross ore processing loop is closed, allowing us to reuse the waste material to produce infrastructure for the local community.