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Author Mount Wellington min. proc. plant
Tamarmole

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Mount Wellington min. proc. plant
Posted: 04/12/2012 22:27:20
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Amazing what you can find on Ebay

I have just found seven banks of Denver flotation cells and twenty two shaking tables for sale at Mount Wellington.

(Haven't got a clue how to put a link up and life's too short to find out).
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Mount Wellington min. proc. plant
Posted: 04/12/2012 22:37:57
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cant be from the welly mill that was striped out years ago
i can remember the denver cells think it was floor 3 but they where knackerd

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IP: 86.160.170.37 Edited: 04/12/2012 22:45:50 by scooptram
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Mount Wellington min. proc. plant
Posted: 04/12/2012 22:51:33
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www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Denver-Flotation-Cells-for-mineral-processing-mining-complete-set-/330836273937?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_3&hash=item4d0760eb11
Try this link.
IP: 86.14.202.171 Edited: 04/12/2012 23:00:37 by (moderator)
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Mount Wellington min. proc. plant
Posted: 04/12/2012 22:54:58
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grimwald wrote:

ww.ebay.co.uk/itm/Denver-Flotation-Cells-for-mineral-processing-mining-complete-set-/330836273937?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_3&hash=item4d0760eb11
Try this link.

Didn't at first register as a link but does now, either above or below posts, take your pick!

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IP: 82.153.107.222 Edited: 04/12/2012 23:16:51 by grimwald
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Mount Wellington min. proc. plant
Posted: 04/12/2012 23:04:11
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Try this link:

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Denver-Flotation-Cells-for-mineral-processing-mining-complete-set-/330836273937?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_3&hash=item4d0760eb11

Hope it works!
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Mount Wellington min. proc. plant
Posted: 04/12/2012 23:05:34
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You got it Kim, thanks.
******, now my links are working, the internet rules
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IP: 82.153.107.222 Edited: 04/12/2012 23:08:04 by grimwald
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Mount Wellington min. proc. plant
Posted: 04/12/2012 23:08:08
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Just checked my wallet, deffo not £25,000 in there!
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Posted: 04/12/2012 23:10:40
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Graham Williams could have it down at tolgus for the final extraction.. Wink IP: 82.153.107.222
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Mount Wellington min. proc. plant
Posted: 04/12/2012 23:21:32
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http://www.ebay.co.uk/sch/richardfreeborn/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_from=&_ipg=25&_trksid=p3686
For only £96.500 you could have his yacht as well, doubt it would fit on the Carnon river tho' Big Grin
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Mount Wellington min. proc. plant
Posted: 04/12/2012 23:22:25
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grimwald wrote:

Graham Williams could have it down at tolgus for the final extraction.. Wink


2nd that! possibly the start is a bit high.....usual procedure for stuff thats be sat for so long/missing lots of bits is to start at metal scrap value.
someones going to have fun getting them down a large telehandler would do..on a still day!
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Posted: 04/12/2012 23:25:33
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Ha if they looked like they are in the 1st picture the buy it now'd be right Laugh IP: 2.102.142.85
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Mount Wellington min. proc. plant
Posted: 04/12/2012 23:33:11
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He's having a giraffe! Last time I was in that mill 12 years ago that gear was rotten to hell! IP: 90.219.230.107
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Mount Wellington min. proc. plant
Posted: 04/12/2012 23:37:03
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Kensa have just lost a big contract and laid of several members of staff, looks like things are getting pretty tight up there! IP: 86.168.179.109
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Mount Wellington min. proc. plant
Posted: 04/12/2012 23:39:33
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I thought Crofty had their eyes on the Denvers......Agricola?

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Mount Wellington min. proc. plant
Posted: 05/12/2012 01:11:44
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Gosh! What a total surprise!

I don't imagine that anyone has seriously lost their shirt in this process though.

A good gambler never bets the ranch.




IP: 91.125.93.38 Edited: 05/12/2012 01:15:57 by stuey
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Mount Wellington min. proc. plant
Posted: 05/12/2012 06:42:37
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He may have the table tops, but it doesn't look like the gearbox/frame is there.

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Mount Wellington min. proc. plant
Posted: 05/12/2012 07:47:40
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last tables installed at Tolgus was in the late 70s i have got a 3 cell flotation bank but didnt come from welly ,the table decks aint worth much they would need recovering at a least and that is a pain in the ass (i know ive done some) the gear boxes are the expensive bit and you can buy a whole new table anyway (holman wilfry made up by crofty)
just had a look at the pics the decks are twisted and the cells are scrap the metal will be so thin! same water as jane !!

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IP: 86.160.170.37 Edited: 05/12/2012 07:50:27 by scooptram
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Mount Wellington min. proc. plant
Posted: 05/12/2012 09:43:21
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Fascinating to see that people who bought that item also bought sets of Vietnam postage stamps and butterfly miniatures, this obviously shows a diversity of interests.

A bit like when a search on say dynamite would produce "buy and sell dynamite on eBay"
Laugh

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Mount Wellington min. proc. plant
Posted: 05/12/2012 13:02:53
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Sorry Roy, not interested, perhaps Drew's might be Shocked

Would they even work, I'm sure it would be cheaper and more effective to purchase new !

For whats planned I don't think they will be big enough.



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IP: 81.137.244.112 Edited: 05/12/2012 17:46:17 by agricola
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Mount Wellington min. proc. plant
Posted: 08/01/2013 05:06:06
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i remember seeing those tables they are indeed knackered ,there's no head motion gearboxes or motors for them, again with the denvers no motors and thin as tinsel lol,i do remember also tho that most of the tube press for dewatering the concentrate seemed there almost complete , anyway what happened to all the kit from welly most of it was a different design to janes equipment so i know it didnt get used there ,where did it end up ? IP: 94.197.128.122
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