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Gold Refining

The gold that we receive for purification is called the “dore bar” form of gold. A dore bar is basically an alloy of gold and some other metals. The metal is extracted from its ores, which are mined from the earth. The gold obtained after the mining process isn’t pure. It is mixed with many impurities that need to be removed, which is done through the gold refinement process.

Highly conscious of its responsibility to protect the environment and maintain the environment. KGR has set up strict pollution control and metal recovery systems in accordance with standards. KGR’s cutting-edge assay laboratory adheres to the most stringent quality testing standards. The laboratory has well-equipped testing facilities.

In the mining section, the melting of bars into strips, blanking, polishing, embossing, and packaging are carried out using the most modern technology and equipment.

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Bullion Making

Bullion is the classic hedge in an inflationary economy. It has a solid value which keeps pace win the prices while at the same time being very liquid. Over the years, gold has shown itself to be a highly sought after investment option. Bullion is gold that is officially recognised as being at least 99.5% and 99.9% pure and is in the form of bars or ingots. Bullion is often kept as a reserve asset by governments and central banks.

To create bullion, gold first must be discovered by mining companies and removed from the earth in the form of gold ore, a combination of gold and mineralised rock. Then we are collaborating with the world’s top mining companies and collecting the gold and refining it.

KGR Gems and Bullion Pvt. Ltd offers a large section of gold bullion in a variety of denominations, and is the number one suppliers of gold and other metals to various jewelers in South India.
Moreover, KGR Group International offers a comprehensive range of high quality gold of .999 or 916 purity.

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Gold manufacturing

Gold, recognizable by its yellowish cast, is one of the oldest metals used by humans. As far back as the Neolithic period, humans have collected gold from stream beds, and the actual mining of gold can be traced as far back as 3500 B.C. , when early Egyptians (the Sumerian culture of Mesopotamia) used mined gold to craft elaborate jewelry, religious artifacts, and utensils such as goblets.

Gold’s aesthetic properties combined with its physical properties have long made it a valuable metal. Throughout history, gold has often been the cause of both conflict and adventure: the destruction of both the Aztec and Inca civilizations, for instance, and the early American gold rushes to Georgia, California, and Alaska.

Have you ever wondered how gold is made into various stunning jewellery designs? Jewellery used to be made entirely by hand, with metals being moulded into shape and gemstones being painstakingly placed into their clasps. However, with advances in technology, jewellers are now equipped with a range of fantastic machinery to help craft pieces in quicker time.

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