Mining Machinery
Manufacturing Placer Mining Equipment Since 2009

Macon Industries has seen substantial growth in manufacturing Placer Mining Equipment. Working alongside industry experts, we have designed a complete line of gold wash plants. With so many different types of ground and production levels, we can provide a machine for every scenario.

Explore our product line of placer mining equipment and gold wash plants below. Have questions? Don’t hesitate to reach out to our team with inquiries about what piece of equipment would suit your worksite best.

SD-600
SD-500
SD 400
SD-300
T-700
T-600
T-400
SS-800
Clean Up Plants
Water Pumps
Generators
Suction Screens
Frequently asked questions
1
What makes your equipment different from your competitors?
Our engineers and designers have worked closely with many experienced placer mine operators to develop equipment that is durable, easy to maintain, functional and has the highest recovery rates in the industry. One of our core values is constant improvement and we live and breathe this when developing equipment. At Macon we've utilized the knowledge of hundreds of years of placer mining experience to build a product line that is exceptional and works well for our clients needs. The initial sale is just the beginning of a long term relationship with our clients.
2
What are some of the things that I should be considering when purchasing a new wash plant?
There are many things to consider but some of the main points would be:

- The throughput of the plant and how that meshes with your support equipment you currently have or are looking to purchase.
- What is the best way to feed the plant and whether that is an excavator feed into a pan feeder hopper, excavator feed into a prewash hopper or a loader feed into a grizzly hopper feeder.
- Do you have the volume of water required to run the plant consistently or will you have to recirculate the water.
- Budget for expansion program and longevity of the equipment.
- After sales support including the availability of parts.
-The accessibility to the site and the style of mining you're planning. Will the material be brought to the plant or the plant moved to the material?
-Ask for referrals from clients that are operating the specific equipment you're interested in.
3
Why don’t you claim a certain recovery rate and what are the main factors in a placer operation that affect the gold recovery?
We don't specify a recovery rate because there are so many variables beyond the design of the equipment that can affect this including the consistency of the feed rate, consistent water volume/ cleanliness, maintenance and set up of the plant.

The wash plant design that will greatly affect the recovery rate is the choice of the hopper/ pre-wash style, quality of the wash, screen size, distribution of the slurry onto the sluice runs, riffle and recovery system, water filtration for hydraulic riffles and hours of run time before each cleanup.
4
Does Macon provide commissioning and customer support?
Yes, we fully assemble and dry test all of our machines at our facility and also offer on-site commissioning. We pride ourselves in our 24/7 after sales support and drive to turn each client into a brand champion. Our equipment sales are mostly from referrals past on from our clients.
5
Does Macon provide any financing options?
Yes, we have some options for finance at competitive rates. Being an OEM our clients are eligible for finance and lease options through multiple third party leasing companies. More than 50% of our clients find it beneficial to lease a machine over a 5-7 year term.
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What Our Customers Say
Military grade. Matt’s a pleasure to work with. Bought two mining products from them. Products are truly turnkey, just add dirt. Every part on these machines is twice as heavy duty as needed. Made to last, forever.
Steven Montgomery