Diaphragm jig | Article about diaphragm jig by The Free Dictionary
diaphragm jig[′dī·ə‚fram ‚jig]
A jig having a flexible diaphragm to pulse water; used in gravity concentration of minerals.
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Grit can be washed by a diaphragm jig
, placed in the flow stream or otherwise or by means of a separate unit in which agitation is accomplished by diffused air.