Holman-Wilfley celebrates completion of 1,000th shaking table

Since bringing Holman shaking table production back to Cornwall in the early 2000s, Holman-Wilfley Ltd says it is now excited to announce that the 1,000th Holman machine is now ready to leave the factory. The 1,000th Holman headmotion has been installed on a Holman Wilfley 2000 shaking table which are exported globally and predominantly used for gold cleaning.

The customer is Macon Industries in Canada who will be installing the Holman 2000 shaking table in one of their modular gold rooms for placer and hard rock mines. The table and their plant will process the concentrate from sluice boxes or Falcon/Knelson Multi G concentrators.

Holman-Wilfley Ltd exports Holman Wilfley shaking tables globally for upgrading and processing nonferrous metals and minerals including gold, copper, tin, tantalum, rutile, and zircon. “This milestone reflects the continued recognition of Holman technology for the concentration of valuable and strategic minerals, and is a reflection on the efforts of our engineering staff in continuing to produce a quality product,” said Chris Bailey, Managing Director.