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UnderFlow Sluice Box Gold Mining Equipment

UnderFlow Sluice Box Gold Mining Equipment. There is a sluice box that is going to change the way people mine placer Gold deposits around the world. The UnderFlow!!! Hand crafted with pride in the USA. Each UnderFlow Sluice is made by hand at our shop high in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. Designed with YOU in mind, the UnderFlow makes running your material easy and takes the work out of the clean up process. No riffles to disassemble, no carpets or miners moss to replace and NO PANNING to get the GOLD. Using the UnderFlow, a skilled operator can capture the fine flour Gold blown out by traditional sluice boxes. The patent pending design will easily capture small 300 mesh size gold with the proper technique. Just use a sucker bottle to get to your hard earned Gold at the end of your run. It is the perfect addition to any Gold mining operation for easy and quick clean ups or to use as the main unit for processing your material. The fully adjustable gates and U shaped traps provide the ideal resting place for any Gold ran through the system. Lighter materials passes through quickly and drop any heavy minerals in the traps. Whether you are using our table top recirculation highbanker for processing cons, the prospector size unit with reversible highbanker/creek flip over slick plate, or a larger river/creek sluice with inline classification system, you will get the Gold you are after with less time and effort thanks to the UnderFlow design. We also offer larger custom
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25 Responses to UnderFlow Sluice Box Gold Mining Equipment

  • LEARNTOPLAYCRAPS says:

    If you contact the guys that make the UnderFlow, be sure to tell them I sent you. Thanks!!!!

  • LEARNTOPLAYCRAPS says:

    An UnderFlow sluice set up like mine is about 400.00. There are many variations on the UnderFlow. Be sure to check out the products page of his website…….grumpyprospector do t com.

  • chadabooo says:

    HEY BUDDIE, HOW MUCH DID THAT COST YAH, I AM NEW TO GOLD MINING AND ME AND MY WIFE ARE THINKING OF TAKING IT UP AS A HOBBY, WE ARE TRYING TO SEE HOW MUCH WE NEED TO SPEND TO MAKE IT TO WERE WE STAND A DECENT CHANCE OF FIND SOME FLAKES, AND THANKS FOR THE VIDEO IT IS INSPIRATIONAL

  • LEARNTOPLAYCRAPS says:

    You will have no trouble getting fine flour Gold with this set up. If you screen your material down to 3/16″, this set up will blast all the unwanted material out of the traps and give you nothing but clean gold to suck up and put in your pocket. It is like a license to steal from mother nature. Let me know if you have any questions. I’m happy to help show the world this great invention and what it can do for Gold mining world wide!!!!! No more mercury or nitric acids to get the small stuff.

  • Morgan Wadsworth says:

    I just ordered the exact set up a couple of days ago. I’m in Canada and hope to spend some time on the North Saskatchewan River to see if I can recover some of the flour gold. I can’t wait to get this thing and to for spring to roll in. Cheers and thanks for the video.

  • LEARNTOPLAYCRAPS says:

    Yes Mitchell, I will. I have more videos coming that will show what you are asking for. It is by far and above the most versatile piece of mining equipment on the market because of what it does and because you can use it as a recirculation highbanker or as a stand alone sluice dropped into the creek. That flip-over slick plate is cool to say the least. I like the recirculation set up because you have total control of the water flow which is where the magic is. They are worth the price for sure.

  • LEARNTOPLAYCRAPS says:

    Yes Mitchell, I will.I have a bunch of new videos coming with footage of me using the UnderFlow in real time so you can see how quick my mining process is and how fast you can get the gold from your material.It is by far and above the most versatile sluice because of the flip-over slick plate that allows for using the UnderFlow in a creek or river.There are also models that have inline classification systems that allow you to shovel right from your diggings into the sluice without screening 1st.

  • matthew mitchell says:

    i was wondering if you could post a video showing what the sluice looks like with the slick plate turned round because i want to see if i could use it for a river sluice.. i think i might buy one. good luck

  • LEARNTOPLAYCRAPS says:

    Yes Sir!!! That is what I said when I first saw the thing. I had to make a video of it and show everybody.This way of sluicing is going to change both placer mining and hard rock mining around the world.I have become such a proficient miner and get all the fines in just one pass.No more panning either. I’m a real good hand with a pan but this beats sitting around tubs all day long. You get to see more with less effort. Thanks for commenting and be sure to check out grumpyprospector d(0)t c 0 m.

  • jem mountainman says:

    in CA its pans and hands only..free..sluices are ok,but cant take material thats not in water..can only take it from river and the high water mark…i think..i use shovel..

  • LEARNTOPLAYCRAPS says:

    I’ve got just over 2 ounces of very fine flour gold to date from my spot and there is more to be had. Down to 325 mesh with the UnderFlow…….no problem. I ran my material 2 times and re screened down to 3/16 for my final run. I panned through the bucket and found zero gold in it which shows how good the UnderFlow works. You can prospect on any BLM land that doesn’t already have a claim on it.

  • LEARNTOPLAYCRAPS says:

    It works so good it is scary! I have never seen so much of my own gold so quickly…….and with no panning any black sands at the end!!! I think you would be very happy with a 3 footer or a 4 footer from the UnderFlow line up. Be sure to tell Mike over at GrumpyProspector that John sent ya!!

  • LEARNTOPLAYCRAPS says:

    I classify down to 1/4 inch to start. There aren’t any nuggets where I’m digging so I don’t bother looking for them. 1/4 inch is great to start. If I see lots of small fine stuff, I’ll re screen down to 3/16 but no smaller. The underflow will push those 1/4 rocks and debris right through the system, but you will loose some smaller stuff. I usually run my stuff 2 times. Once at 1/4 at 1000gph, then again at 3/16 dialing the water pressure down to about 6-700gph to get all the small stuff.

  • entztrix says:

    Hey What are you wet classifying to before running your material? 1/4 inch? I also deal with real fine flake gold in ancient river bed and am having a hard time deciding which underflow system would be useful to me….

  • LEARNTOPLAYCRAPS says:

    The unit I have is the high banker model with a slick plate that flips over so it can be run in a creek. I have the 3 foot high banker that has been plumbed up with the water system they sell. It works great!!! Let me know if you have any other questions.

  • mrobservations says:

    yours looks slightly different than the models shown on grumpy’s website. what model did you get, and what modifications did you ask for …. please?

  • TeamWealth124 says:

    Hows it going, are you still dealing craps? Have you found enough gold to quit your dayjob.Thanks for the video it was very informative. Also do you have more craps videos in the future.

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