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It would be really difficult to come up with any sort of linear 'conversion' equation since the material itself dictates the time involved.. Say something like Just because 25% clay takes 1X time =/= 50% clay = 2x time.. It would take a lot of experimentation to even begin getting anywhere close with the same material, much less different consistencies..
I'm down with your thought process though, Chris.. I'm not sure if the Law Of Diminishing Returns fits in here, but there has to be some sort of a peak capacity, regardless flow volume & dilution factor.. Length should solve some of that issue, but not enough to make it less portable from add'l length & weight.. Thoughts..?
I Wonder how customed sluices with "bling" would sell.
I had thought about a similar project using punchplate on top of a sluice. What stopped me was the quote I got for the custom size. Later realized much cheaper to buy a standard size if punch plate and trim to size.
Really interested in volume classified when you get it up and running.
Considering something like that to be portable for classifying 1 - 5 gallons in the field. Can take up to an hour to classify that much wet diwn to 8 mesh.
Thanks for the contest Ron!
Congratulations to all the winners , since ya'll did a better job at forecasting the weather than the weather men and women out there usually do, from here on out ya'll will be the forums' official Meteorologists!!