Secrets Of Refining Gold From Electronic Scrap. The 10 Year Anniversary Edition.
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Secrets Of Refining Gold From Electronic Scrap. The 10 Year Anniversary Edition.:
Dont want to wait? Get a copy on Kindle (size is 545 pages on my Android). Please note: The Kindle Version, has NO PICTURES (the CD has hundreds of pictures) and the Kindle Version does NOT have the other 2 bonuses included here. Go to Amazon, then to Kindle, and search for, "Secrets Gold Refining". You can even "borrow" it for FREE (Prime Members). PRICE is the title page of the Cd. The table of contents are underlined and on the Cd are clickable links. Secrets of Refining GOLD from Electronic class="times">Copyright 2005, Noble Metals Recovery, LLC.
This CD is the third in a series of CDs that began in 2002. The first item I published for recovering and refining gold from electronic scrap was a simple formula. The first CD, Gold Refining: Electronic Scrap, included The Formula for gold refining. The second CD, Golden Opportunities in Electronic Scrap, discussed the problems with trying to use electrolytic methods to recover gold from scrap. It also showed a good variety of the more valuable electronic scrap to look for. Both of the previous CDs, and The Formula are included on this latest CD, Secrets of Refining GOLD from Electronic Scrap.Introduction
Common mistakes to avoid
Electronic scrap gold refining 101
Flux, torches, firebricks, and cupels
When you should refine, and when you should NOT refine
What you should refine, and what you should NOT refine
How to sell your electronic gold scrap for a realistic price
How to get someone to do your refining and NOT get ripped off
Safety and Environmental issues
How to assay your material WITHOUT using lead
How to deal with the problems of SILVER mixed in with your GOLD
Platinum and palladium
How to recover gold with easy to find chemicals
Gold testing solution
How to find electronic scrap, often for FREE
What to avoid. How to know what to pay for scrap. How to make a GOOD profit.
Pins: The best and the worst of electronic scrap
Metal plates from CPUs
My gold refining library
1) Gold Refining: Electronic Scrap
2) Golden Opportunities in Electronic Scrap
Noble Metals Recovery, LLC
PO Box 3750
Winchester, VA 22604
Genesis 2:11The name of the first is Pison: that is it which
compasseth the whole land of Havilah, where there is gold; And the gold
of that land is good: there is bdellium and the onyx stone.
Above is the title page of the Cd. The table of contents are underlined and on the Cd are clickable links.This is the 10th year anniversary of my series of three CD publications, "Secrets of Refining GOLD from Electronic Scrap". They were published from 2003 to 2005. This is the lastest of the series on Gold Refining. Also included are the two earlier CD publications, "Gold Refining: Electronic Scrap", and "Golden Opportunities in Electronic Scrap".
Here is some "gold powder" and flux starting to be torched.10 Years ago I was among the first to offer this type of info on . Hundreds and hundreds of copies have gone out around the world with 99.9 % customer satisfaction. Also ten years ago I was getting $50.00 per CD. Oh how things have changed. I still hear from people who got started with this info and are still refining gold to this day.
I'm working the torch around the base of the mound.You may have heard of the "Gold Refining Forum"? These CD's I'm offering on are directly responsible for the formation of the now famous "Gold Refining Forum". The "Forum" now has almost 18,000 members worldwide. I'm the 18th member listed on page 1 of the directory containing 371 pages of members names. The founder of the Forum, "NOXX"started the Forum on 2-24-07. One of the most prolific contributors to the Forum is "Laser Steve". No, that is NOT me. He and I are often confused because we are both named Steve. I have the honorary title as "Grandfather of the Forum". I will go all the way around the base before working the center.Both the founder, NOXX, and Laser Steve have acknowledged that this CD, "Secrets of Refining GOLD from Electronic Scrap" is how they got started in this field. Personally, I consider the info on my CD a bit dated, and incomplete compared to what is available for free on the Forum. But, over the years I continue to get requests for copies of this CD. For the last several years I actually didn't have a copy of my own. I recently found a copy, and am now able to offer it once again.Flux is showing on the surface as the mound heats up.
Your CD will have a plain white label with a laser printed title. Also, this was made before DVD's were so popular. I used to be able to put the CD in a computer and it would open the files automatically. Now I find I have to insert the CD, open the files (there are only five file folders), and then click on the file folder titled, "Gold". You will then see a menu with four more file folders, once again click on the folder titled, "Gold". Now it will open the CD in a browser window. It has indexes, and is interactive. This was a very advanced CD at the time and still is today. It was produced by my then, teenaged son, who by the way now has a lucrative career in computer science. You will understand when you see the quality of how the material is presented. The flux is fuming as the gold melts and is purified further.So, what you will get is ONE CD, that also has the contents from two earlier CD's that were published under different titles. There is text and pictures ONLY, there is NO audio, or video content. There are lots, and lots of pictures, with plenty of instructions. You will see the entire process of going from CPU's to a saleable gold nugget. I have a buyer for my nuggets who does not even bother to test them for purity. It knows the quality by sight.
Now I've gone completely around the base and am working the center.One final thought, if you are buying this type of info from someone else, you may want to find out if they have every produced any significant quantity of refined gold and/or silver. I have done both, mostly gold.
It is starting to look more like gold and less like flux.This is so easy I could not do it in my sleep. It's much easier that I ever thought it to be. There are just a few things you have to keep in proper perspective and it is almost foolproof. The biggest problem is probably that we ignore a few basic rules and make harder that it really is. Purchasers can contact me if they would like private consultation.
This picture shows the precipitated gold powder mixed with a borax flux and then heated with a oxy/fuel torch. The flux included some Ammonium Chloride, that's probably the source of the white fumes. You can see the early stages of a gold nugget forming. Now it is safe to intensify the flame with out fear of losing gold in the fumes. The flux has soaked up the impurities and is melted into a puddle around the gold nugget. The gold nugget is now well formed. Now I'm going after some stray tiny gold beads trapped in the flux. Most of the flux is now gone, up in fumes, or soaked into the firebrick. That gold nugget is starting to look pretty nice! There it is, from CPU to Refined Gold Nugget. If the purity is high, it will remain shiny and form a slight dimple when it cools.