Horseshoe Bend Project
The Horseshoe Bend Project is comprised of 1 placer lease and 6 placer claims totaling 254.9 ha. Cariboo’s gold fields estimated to have historically produced between 2.5 and 3.0 million oz of gold. Horseshoe Bend is projected to process 300 tons/hour at a yield per ton resulting in monthly revenue of approximately CDN $900,000 (assumes US $1000/oz gold price. Located in the same vicinity as famous historical gold mines and towns – Bullion Pit, Barkerville, Williams Creek, Guggenheim
The bedrock geology of the Horeseshoe Bend property consists of basaltic volcanic rocks of the upper Triassic Nicola Group in the southeast, introduced by quartz monzonite of the middle Jurassic Ste. Marie Plutonic Suite through the remainder of the property. The surficial geology consists of a series of three auriferous benches on the left limit of the river. Exploration of the area was successful in the early 1980's.
Goldlands' technicians have designed and manufactured proprietory industrial gold mining equipment since 1977. The mining machinery manufactured include a host of Gold Recovery and Mineral Processors including Gold Concentrators and Separators, Portable Placer or Alluvial Wash Plants, Portable Crushers, Trommels and Scrubbers, Gold Centrifuges, Jig Recovery Units, Rotary Helix Concentrating Tables, Screen Decks, Hopper - Grizzley - Feeders, and Gold and Precious Metal Refineries.
The Goldlands recovery systems integrate a number of innovative extraction technologies with units ranging from start-up testing equipment of 1 to 2 Tons per Hour and ranging up to units processing volumes of 5, 10, 30, 50, 100, 200, 500 and 1000 Tons per Hour.
Goldlands knows the high demands placed on the equipment, and builds its systems to withstand the harsh conditions of the producing mine, with efficiency and durability being the key ingredients in every manufactured piece.
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Location of Horse ShoeBend Project, British Columbia, Canada