Blanket sluice

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A sluice in which coarse blankets are laid to catch the fine but heavy particles of gold, amalgam, etc., in the slime passing over them. The blankets are removed and washed from time to time to obtain the precious metal. Fay

Source: Dictionary of Mining, Mineral, and Related Terms


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