logo
home about product contact


  • HOW_TO_BUILD_AND _RUN_A_SLUICE

    It is installed from the end of the shovel-inbox down to the end of the first sluice box, at a 45 degree angle. The sand and gravel mixed with water in the shovel-in box pour over the grizzly, and the finer materials drop into the sluice box, while the coarser materials roll off onto the dump. A piece of sheet metal 12" wide x 14" deep is

    Read More +
  • Highbanker angles (Page 1) / Prospecting Equipment

    Sep 04, 2014· There is no right or wrong, any sluice with any configuration will catch gold, you are the one in control of how it operates though. I do however keep my bottom half at roughly 15 degrees, but I made my sluice without measuring, all by eye, so its a very rough 15. 3 inches per foot as mentioned above is probably a better guide to stick to though

    Read More +
  • A Recirculating Sluice Box for Gold Prospecting : 10 Steps

    Basically, a sluice box is a long, narrow box with a series of obstructions called riffles in it. If the sluice is placed in a running stream of water, and gold-bearing gravel and dirt is fed into the upstream side, the heavy minerals, including gold, get caught in the eddies created by the riffles, and the bulk of

    Read More +
  • The Riffle/Trap System - Gold Prospectors Association of

    Jan 07, 2016· All most all sluice boxes use a carpet or some form of ribbed matting or miners moss as the first trap in the sluice box. The second trap may be expanded metal or a riffle system that goes over the top of the first trap and some might go expanded metal over the first trap with a riffle system over the expanded metal giving the sluice box 3 traps to stop and hold the gold.

    Read More +
  • Best Sluice Box REVIEWS: Find More Gold With These Sluice

    The Stansport sluice box is made of lightweight aluminum and is incredibly easy to transport with its integrated carry handles. The removable rifles and expanded metal mesh are designed to trap the smallest bits of fine gold.

    Read More +
  • Most Accurate Production Rifles with a Sub MOA Guarantee

    Apr 14, 2017· Howa builds rifles dedicated to accuracy, and with the Sub MOA Guarantee, you can be assured that your rifle will deliver Sub MOA performance of under 1″ at 100 yards with premium factory ammunition. With a variety of calibers and barrel configurations, Howa's dedication to creating a top of line production rifle is obvious in each manufacture.

    Read More +
  • Proper Sluice Set Up - Gold Prospecting Mining Equipment

    The sluice should be set at a downhill angle that allows the material to briskly flow through the sluice. The higher the volume of water available, the shallower the angle will be. Shovel material into the sluice at the flared end as close to the end as possible so that the material is washed over the entire length of the sluice.

    Read More +
  • Sluice Box Matting Options for Fine Gold Recovery

    Quality matting is important not only in a basic sluice box, but also for the sluice on a suction dredge. It is a good idea to experiment with different water flows, angles of the sluice box, riffle types, and different matting to increase the fine gold recovery. To prevent clogging of the

    Read More +
  • sluice box angle? water flow? - General Gold Discussions

    I am no expert on sluice boxes and mine is home made and different to yours but yes angle does matter Too shallow of angle and beaches" form and clog up behind your riffles in your sluice stopping gold getting trapped in the miners moss. Too steep of an angle and the gold washes right out of the sluice box

    Read More +
  • General High Banker Instructions

    The angle of the sluice to determine the proper flow is generally as close to level position as possible without allowing the gravel to build up over the riffles. If the sluice box is tilted too much the material will flow over the riffle section causing needless loss of values.

    Read More +
  • Riffles and Sluice Boxes - How do they work?

    The slope or angle of the sluice can be adjusted, by arranging rocks under the sluice. Also the flow of water can be adjusted by placing a large rock in front of the intake end of the sluice, to divert some of the water around the box.

    Read More +
  • Customer Reviews - Gold Stream SluiceGold Stream Sluice

    The more I work with the sluice, the more I'm impressed with the build quality. And man, are the legs just a pleasure when setting up the sluice. Normally, I would stuff around for 15 minutes, changing this rock and then that rock to try and level and angle the stream sluice correctly.

    Read More +
  • Sluice Box Matting Options for Fine Gold Recovery

    Quality matting is important not only in a basic sluice box, but also for the sluice on a suction dredge. It is a good idea to experiment with different water flows, angles of the sluice box, riffle types, and different matting to increase the fine gold recovery. To prevent clogging of the

    Read More +
  • Best Sluice Box REVIEWS: Find More Gold With These Sluice

    The Stansport sluice box is made of lightweight aluminum and is incredibly easy to transport with its integrated carry handles. The removable rifles and expanded metal mesh are designed to trap the

    Read More +
  • Using a Sluice Box 101 – Gold Rat Highbankers Australian

    Furthermore, the angle at which the sluice boxes lay are also very important. The angle will effect the speed of the water as it travels down as well as how fast the sluice is able to clean itself out. If the angle

    Read More +
  • Sluice Box Angle and Flow Help - GOLD PROSPECTING - Nugget

    Mar 08, 2012· The best way to control the flow on a high output pump without putting a strain/back pressure on the pump, is to install a Y with shut off valves, the pump's output connects to the Y and then one hose would go to your sluice the other goes into your reservoir/tub, using the control valves adjust the sluice side and then balance out the remaining flow to the tub so you have flow between

    Read More +
  • » The Size of Riffles

    Most recovery systems on suction dredges use fixed riffles to trap gold out of lighter streambed materials as they are washed through a sluice box by a flow of water. Riffles are baffle-like obstructions, fixed in place along the bottom of the sluice box. They are designed and positioned so that there is a back-pressure created that sucks water and material behind the riffles from the flow

    Read More +
  • 5 Super-Accurate, Sub-MOA Rifles You Can Get For Under

    You can go with iron sights or optics ready, and I have seen some of these rifles available for as low as $350 at a big box store. 3. Browning AB3 Rifle. Probably the most expensive rifle on the list, the Browning AB3 has a lot going for it in the forms of a perfect factory trigger, premium barrel, and an excellent two-position safety.

    Read More +
  • 5 Super-Accurate, Sub-MOA Rifles You Can Get For Under

    You can go with iron sights or optics ready, and I have seen some of these rifles available for as low as $350 at a big box store. 3. Browning AB3 Rifle. Probably the most expensive rifle on the list, the Browning AB3 has a lot going for it in the forms of a perfect factory trigger, premium barrel, and an excellent two-position safety.

    Read More +
  • Best angle for a sluice box - CARIBOO GOLD MINERS ASSOCIATION

    Nov 21, 2013· I run more of a beach box setup on fine flake flour gold. My box is 24" wide and runs rough top conveyor belt at 20gpm per foot of sluice width. I find best recovery is between 1/2 and 5/8th of an inch per foot. I see gold migrating a lot at 3/4 and I loose a fair bit at 1" per foot. This is on material screened to 6 mesh in my grizzly.

    Read More +

angle of sluice box rifles

Home , About Us , Products , Contact , Sitemap