Two Nevada Mines Look to Supply Own Power
July 2004 by StaffNewmont and Barrick are taking matters into their own hands when it comes to high electricity prices.
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Pumps can be set up quite a distance away horizontally from the sluice, even hundreds of feet. It will work so long as there is sufficient water at the source where the pump is located. Vertical distance is more of a problem than horizontal distance; 30 to 40 feet is the maximum vertical climb for most pumps.
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