How The Gold Rush Nugget Bucket Works
The most common form of gold (and the hardest to recover) are the micron gold particles known as "gold dust". The good news is that "gold dust" can be found, to some degree, at almost any lake, stream, river or beach. In fact, we have even found small amounts of gold dust in bags of play sand purchased at the local hardware store! The trick though, is having the right tools to recover it. With a Gold Rush Nugget Bucket, you now have everything you need to start finding gold! See the Gold Rush Nugget Bucket in action in the video below! This video is a camera shot from beneath and looking up at the bottom of our "Concentration Bowl". It shows gold dust (200 mesh) and some small nuggets being trapped at the bottom in a ring formation.
How Does The Gold Dust Concentrate?
Large material, including gold nuggets, gems, coins and artifacts, are caught in the upper and lower screens whereas gold flakes and gold dust are trapped in our concentration bowl at the bottom of the system.
Specifically, the flow of water coming out of the funnel is perfectly regulated such that it penetrates the bed of sand just enough to trap the gold beneath the bed of sand; too strong or too weak of flow and the gold will be washed over the bowls edge and lost forever. This perfectly controlled flow of water is the patented secret of the Gold Rush Nugget Bucket!