A new generation of fluid bed sluices is entering the prospecting world. Fluid bed technology has been around for decades, but its design in prospecting sluices has changed very little over the past few decades. Until now…Continue Reading...
Our lineup of fluid bed sluices range from compact, backpack-size sluices, to medium and high production models.
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We received sluice parts from our new fabricator yesterday (April 18th) and have started assembling on all three models: Nugget, Explorer, and MotherLode sluices.
Based on our communication with customers, we anticipate a large number of orders being placed during the next several days. Over the course of the next few weeks, we will be working hard to get units assembled and shipped within 2-4 days of orders being placed and will contact customer with estimated ship dates. Our goal after this initial rush of orders will be to build up inventory and ship within 24 hours of orders.
Thanks everyone for your patience as we bring our new fabricator online and get back into production.
Grizzly Gold Trap® is a registered Trademark. All Grizzly Gold Trap® sluices are design patent applied for.
"The Grizzly Gold Trap runs at less of an angle and less depth thanks to the built-in slope in the design. The part that sold it to me though was the grizzlies. They were at a smooth angle and as such there was a lot less rock build ups. Additionally the box not tapering at the grizzlies prevented the jams on the sides like I'm used to. No more digging out rocks with your fingers yay! That alone would sell me."
David Shofner (Littleton, CO)
The sluice I was trying out was the Grizzly Gold Trap (Explorer model). It's basically an improved version of the bazooka sniper. We had both a sniper + grizzly side by side and it was clear that this was an improvement over the original. As somebody who planned to buy a bazooka sniper (and got scammed + had to do a chargeback) I would highly recommend the GGTs. It has a significantly larger trap and with the right flow can move quite a bit of material (all without classifying of course). The biggest flake we found for the day was clearly visible on the deck of the sluice thanks to the embedded riffles just before the trap.
Jim Spinosa (Denver, CO)
Our final adjustments to thermoforming molds were a success and we are now into production runs, assembling sluices, and will begin shipping units out Friday afternoon...