Gainey Capital’s recently upgraded 300 Tonnes/day mill is located in the prolific gold/silver Sierra Madre region of Western Mexico and is the only one in the region to include a gravimetric/flotation processing center, which optimizes gold and silver recovery rates.

The mill is run by Mexico Operations Manager, George Cantua, who previously supervised Barrick Gold’s 20,000-tpd mill in the Dominican Republic. The infrastructure is in place to support a second 300 tpd ball mill, ramping up through-put capacity to 600 tpd at such point as the company is ready to expand further.

The Mill has been upgraded again in 2018 (please see the Company's news release from May 10th, 2018) as Gainey continues to sample mineralized material in the area for potential toll processing operations.

Fully-Operational Plant to Provide Early Toll-Processing Revenue

Historical Operation

Rated Capacity 300 tons /day
Concentrate Production 66 tons /month
Ore Head Grade 5.78 g/t Au-Eq
Final Recovery 68.7%
Production (Au) 463 oz Au /month
Production (Ag) 10,919 oz Ag /month
Production (Au-Eq) 712 oz Au-Eq /month

Facility Specification

24" Jaw Crusher + Roller 80 tonnes/hr
7’ x 10’ Ball Mill 13 tons/hr
3’ x 7’ Vibradrum (re-grind) 5 tons/hr
Gravity Concentrator 10-80 tons/hr
4 Vertical Flotation Cells 32 tons/hr
4 Horizontal Flotation Cells 16 tons/hr