Thermal Dynamics Gold Group Announced Today That They are Seeking Additional Recovery Systems to Exploit the Mining Claims they Control in Northern Nevada

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Thermal Dynamics Gold Group is continuing its work with the Thermal Vertical Retort. A spokes man from the company today related that "We are currently testing materials and controls to ensure the equipment will perform to expectations once we scale up the unit. Preliminary testing suggests that by removing the clay base of the ore body and running only a concentrate, we will achieve greater precious metal recovery."

Thermal Dynamics Gold Group is continuing its work with the Thermal Vertical Retort. A spokesman from the company today related, "We are currently testing materials and controls to ensure the equipment will perform to expectations once we scale up the unit. Preliminary testing suggests that by removing the clay base of the ore body and running only a concentrate, we will achieve greater precious metal recovery."

The company believes that have been able utilize an enzymatic process that is also showing great promise in the recovery of gold and silver. The company stated that it is exploring this avenue simply as a secondary method of recovery. The company will always investigate alternative methods of processing in an effort to constantly evolve and create the most effective cost conscience recovery methods.

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 gasification 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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