Gold Refining Setup

Electronic Scrap Gold Refining

Step-by-step process with over 121 photos

Copyright 2005, Noble Metals Recovery, Steve

Warning: This stuff is dangerous, the fumes are wicked. Don’t breathe them. Do this outdoors. Use a mask or a fan or be upwind. Be sure children or pets cannot accidentally get near it or the fumes. Be responsible or just plain old don’t do it. The gold is not worth an injury! You assume all risks for the use of this information.

WARNING: Acid can cause BLINDNESS

Use rubber gloves, a rubber apron and goggles or a facemask.

Acid spilled on the skin is not a great danger if immediately washed off with fresh water. This is always the first thing to do, flush the skin with plenty of water. Usually this is all that is necessary.

If acid gets directly in the eyes, you must flush them with PLENTY OF WATER IMMEDIATELY. You must ALWAYS have a large quantity of fresh water INSTANTLY available. A difference of 15 seconds could mean the loss of eyesight.

I would recommend having a clean 5 gallon plastic bucket filled with clean warm water that you could get to and dunk your head in, within 2 SECONDS.

You could also use an eyewash station, a faucet pointed upwards, or a shower, with an emergency pull cord.

REMEMBER: Always add acid to water, never add water to acid. When dealing with HOT solutions, be extremely cautious, and add the acid slowly, perhaps drop by drop, until you are sure there will not be a violent reaction.

Any solution that has had acid added to it should NOT be tightly stoppered, gas bubbles can continue to form, and cause a spray of liquid in your face when the stopper is removed.

Copyright 2005, Noble Metals Recovery, Steve.

WARNING: This stuff is dangerous, the fumes are wicked. Don’t breathe them. Do this outdoors. Use a mask or a fan or be upwind. Be sure children or pets cannot accidentally get near it or the fumes. Be responsible or just plain old don’t do it. The gold is not worth an injury! You assume all risks for the use of this information.

Photos

Copyright 2005, Noble Metals Recovery, Steve.

WARNING: This stuff is dangerous, the fumes are wicked. Don’t breathe them. Do this outdoors. Use a mask or a fan or be upwind. Be sure children or pets cannot accidentally get near it or the fumes. Be responsible or just plain old don’t do it. The gold is not worth an injury! You assume all risks for the use of this information.

1. This is what I started with, about 9 pounds of broken up CPUs, mostly early Pentiums, and some 486s. There’s also some gold “fingers” from computer cards. This is what I recommend for beginners to start with. Do NOT include computer “pins”, or the gold plated square metal plates that come off the CPUs when you break them up, save them to process later, after you have more experience.

2. This is just another view of the chips and “fingers”, showing the full amount.

3. One more view of the chips and fingers.

For more pictures and process please contact me: mailto:pujung76@hotmail.com?subject=Gold Refining

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