Screen Classifier Sets . The 1/4“ classifier is a good basic size if you just want one, but for optimal gold recovery it’s a good ideal to get several different screen sizes. Buying a set will allow you to sift down to extra fine material so that when you finally get to the gold panning process it will be a breeze.
1/100 inch - our smallest screen - use for microscopic micron gold recovery and ultra fine gold dust and flakes. We recommend using a combination of at least 2 LARGE MESH sieves on the river and ideally a combination of the next 5 sizes when cleaning up your gold concentrates.
A classifier sieve is a must have tool for rock hounding, gold and gem panning and proper classifi ion of material to aid in fine gold recovery. Various screen / mesh sizes are available. Our classifiers are designed to work with all standard gold pan styles and most sizes fit on top of standard 5 gallon buckets.
Gold classifiers, also called sieves or screens, go hand in hand with a gold pan. Designed to fit on the top of 5 gallon plastic buckets used by most prospectors, and over most gold pans, the classifier& 39;s job is to screen out larger rocks and debris before you pan the material. Classifiers come in a variety of mesh sizes.
Classifier Screen - Stainless Steel Bowl . This compact bowl shaped classifier screen is approx. 7 1/2 inches in diameter and 3.5 inches tall. The bowl& 39;s hole openings are about 18 mesh, a bit larger than window screen making it ideal for classifying and reducing your gold panning material down for easier panning.
Why use our Sifting Pans AKA classifiers/sieves ? Classifi ion is the most important step in gold recovery. Screen off large, worthless gravel and rock. Size your material to the proper dimensions of the gold you are expecting to recover. Our high quality stainless steel wire mesh is both accurate and durable for everyday use.
The sieve bend or DSM screen is an important and effective solution in size classifi ion and dewatering fine particle slurries in heavy minerals processing appli ions. Sieve bends do not require power to operate unless a tilting system is integrated , and are a low-cost, quiet and efficient part of your screening process.
Portable Gold Mining Equipment: Concentrators, Pans, Vibrating Screens, Shaker Tables, Slassifiers, Sieves. i-Con Centrifugal Gold Concentrator and i-Pump "i" means "individual"