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Today 09:54Price: 0.42
OldMotherReilly767 posts
RE: Nun content

I've got a nun in the fridge..keeps her fresh like, you do have to trim the black bits off every now and then though. Disappointed not to see an RNS again this morning, must be a mountain of figures to add up to take this long to get the JORC(s) finalised? Starting to get jealous watching the Aussie Glod Hunters picking up big clumps of the stuff, when's our turn?
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Today 09:46Price: 0.42
kayakcurl14 posts
Team wres

Been reading post regularly,very interesting ,it’s a good start to the days trading with a big chunky buy ,will buy more my self very soon,,we are getting closer to production,thing should start getting interesting over the next few months ,hold tigh LTH
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Today 09:43Price: 0.42
stealthtaxvictim1,656 posts
RE: Nun content

In a different life they used to call me Hob :-)
Morning all av a goodun
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Today 09:27Price: 0.42
Hartlepoolbob6,820 posts
RE: Nun content

Plus I’ve got loads of nun fridge magnets
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Today 09:25Price: 0.42
Hartlepoolbob6,820 posts
RE: Nun content

I’ve a cracking pic of nuns eating hob knobs, dare I post it on the wres twitter feed ????
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Today 09:10Price: 0.42
oldskool1,693 posts
On topic...

Well, if we are going all 'on-topic' then can I please ask the following:-
1. What happening with the tailings?
2. What infrastructure is in place?
3. Can we use the extremadura grant to buy chocolate hob nobs?
4. Where do the no.68 service route end?
Can I ask that any information is straight off the RNS's, FID, AGM minutes or tie less PR movie things....ohhh, hang on a minute...could I not just research that myself. Hmmmm.
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Today 08:11Price: 0.42
utrickytrees3,354 posts
RE: About Jigs (nicked)

All sounds a bit like overkill to me when they could just place a load of magnets over the conveyor belt. You'd probably need 3 or 4 tungsten magnets at the front cos there's gonna a be quite a lot of that then the copper magnet then tin & finally the gold magnet to be most effective, eureka.... you can have that for nowt. Not sure I'd have dipped me toe here if I'd known it were gonna be this boring, when's it gonna kick off??
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Today 08:09Price: 0.42
happyholder3,786 posts
RE: Nun content

Many thanks to Hbob for keeping on topic with some nun related material. I feel we have got off topic somewhat lately so it's good to see technical posts relating to nun Slippering. In other news another day closer to production HH
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Today 06:51Price: 0.42
Wassatt74,448 posts
RE: Safety

Sorry, forgot to add m8, we were talking about BKY though not Wres
Just a bit of out of hours chat ....lol
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Today 06:45Price: 0.42
Hartlepoolbob6,820 posts
RE: About Jigs (nicked)

Jig concentrators are devices used mainly in the mining industry for mineral processing, to separate particles within the ore body, based on their specific gravity (relative density).[1]

The particles would usually be of a similar size, often crushed and screened prior to being fed over the jig bed. There are many variations in design; however the basic principles are constant: The particles are introduced to the jig bed (usually a screen) where they are thrust upward by a pulsing water column or body, resulting in the particles being suspended within the water. As the pulse dissipates, the water level returns to its lower starting position and the particles once again settle on the jig bed. As the particles are exposed to gravitational energy whilst in suspension within the water, those with a higher specific gravity (density) settle faster than those with a lower count, resulting in a concentration of material with higher density at the bottom, on the jig bed. The particles are now concentrated according to density and can be extracted from the jig bed separately. In the mining of most heavy minerals, the denser material would be the desired mineral and the rest would be discarded as floats (or tailings).
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