Gold Separator

Gold Separator
The mercury ointment distillation tank is a mining enrichment plant which is the most commonly used gold separator for amalgam distillation. Forui, leading in ore dressing.
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Gold Separator-
Mercury Ointment Distillation Tank

 Description of the Gold Separator:

The mercury ointment distillation tank is a gold separator which is the most commonly used gold enrichment plant for amalgam distillation. The gasification temperature of mercury is much lower than the melting and boiling point of gold. Distillation is most commonly used method for separating mercury and gold from amalgam. The solid mercury ointment in gold enrichment plant can be distilled periodically.

 Working Principle of The Gold Separator:

As a kind of gold separator equipment, the purpose of mercury ointment distillation tank is to separate the gold from the mercury components of the gold amalgam. By applying heat to the amalgam, the mercury is burnt off as a gas, which passes along the pipe to re-condense as a liquid. The gold remains in the distilling chamber of the tank, while the mercury is collected at the discharge end in liquid form.


1. Small machine body, easy to carry and move.
2. High distillation efficiency, simple operation.
3. Compact structure with special cooling installations for water which ensures mercury liquefaction completely.
4. Special emptying device avoids mercury harm to users.

 More about Gold Concentrator:

There are many ways to increase the concentration of the wanted minerals: the method chosen will depend on the relative physical and surface chemical properties of the mineral and the ore.
Forui gold concentrator is a gold enrichment plant which includes Amalgamation Barrel and Mercury Ointment Distillation Tank. We give you on-site operation of our gold concentrator with your gold mineral sample. You will find more about our capacity, quality control and production line when you personally visit Forui.  
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