The Gold Cube consists of stacking trays made of indestructible polyethylene, as thick as a cutting board. The slick plate has a precisely controlled water flow that quickly processes 8 mesh and smaller materials. The water flow turns the material into a slurry, and lighter particles move ahead of the heavier ones. The heaviest, gold, will be last to reach the trough. The slurry then falls into a gated trough and is forced under water by centrifugal force, forcing the gold to the outer edge.
The column stacks particles by specific gravity, with lighter ones exiting first. This is called “the G-Force.” The Cube’s vortex matting traps gold by spinning and creating a low pressure zone in each cavity. The 5-inch diameter trommel washes the material. The 16-inch barrel x 5-inch diameter classifying screen is 3/16-inch. The trommel ships separately from the Gold Cube.