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Oldie-Goldie
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29 June 2020 09:25 pm

Spotted this on ebay, unsure how well it would last but looks like it might be a project for someone looking classifying stone crushings with some modifications or basis for a little wash trommel and a sluice setup.

https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/143324004684

OG

Last edited by Oldie-Goldie (29 June 2020 09:41 pm)


Jolly good chap

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brendomac
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30 June 2020 09:33 am

That looks like it has potential. We need to get mudgee hunter onto that one.

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20xwater
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From: Bathurst, NSW
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30 June 2020 01:26 pm

Barrel replacement for that sumo slicer on tv..

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mudgee hunter
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01 July 2020 09:19 pm

I'm BACK! HA!
Nah...
In my opinion, trommels are fantastic for dry, hard dirt/ clay.
Especially above the water level of the creek.
Where a good friction tumble wet wash is needed for break up.
Most wet creek gravel is easily washed until you start hitting the good stuff down the bottom.
This is where you either need GOOD cutting pressure at the spray bars, or a trommel to process properly.
Bonus of the trommel is friction in the rotation dose a lot of the work to break up the material correctly.
Thus water PRESSURE ( not volume) can be utilized.
But a small scale trommel is not really justified in most circumstances..
But always think outside the box, when you see a design or a peice of equipment for other purposes.... perfect

Last edited by mudgee hunter (01 July 2020 10:06 pm)


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