Santon, Johanesburg -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/08/2012 -- When most people hear the words gold mining, they may have visions of faraway lands, or a bygone era. The reality is that it is still going on today, all over the world. Modern technology has certainly made it easier to extract metals from the Earth, but it is still a tedious process.
There is a trend towards green technology development today so that improvements can be made in the way that metals are extracted. Making the process safer and more eco-friendly is beneficial to everyone. Mines can be dangerous places, so improving conditions is always a top priority.
Thermal Dynamic Gold Group is one company in the United States that is seeking ways to improve mining in all areas of the process. From transportation to site plan engineering, this organization is taking steps forward to a greener future in this field. With the right engineering developments and the funds to back it up, vast improvements can and will be made.
The objective of Thermal Dynamic Gold Group continues to be developing an adequate revenue stream from the processing of gold bearing head ores from the company’s gold property to enhance the investor pools return on investment, increase the equity valuations and create an environment for ongoing research and development for additional uses for the retorts and other enhanced technologies.
About Thermal Dynamic Gold
Thermal Dynamics, Inc. was formed for the specific intent of constructing and commercializing retorts for the recovery of precious metals and more specifically, gold from the company’s gold reserves located in Northern Nevada.
This generation of retort will be constructed at the facilities of the company's manufacturer whose expertise in the field of thermal engineering and construction is second to none. All previous generations of retorts were very effective in their respective domains, which was the gassification and liquefaction of European lignite and western U.S. bituminous coals. With the advances in metallic and ceramic alloys and composites, computerization of control systems consistent temperatures have become a reality in industrial thermal equipment. With these changes in technology we have been able to create a more advanced and efficient system.
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