10 g Heimerle + Meule Gold Bar
Minted bars refer to the manufacturing process that is applied to create them. The process begins by heating gold material in a furnace until it turns to a molten slurry. During the heating process, all unwanted impurities in the slurry are removed until only molten gold of high purity is left, most often at around 99.99%. The molten gold is then poured into moulds, usually in the shape of large bars, where it cools and solidifies. The solid gold is then inserted into a mill that rolls the gold into panels with a uniform dimension. Afterwards, the gold panels are inserted into a blanking press that punches blanks out of the gold panels. The next step involves the weighing of each gold blank to ensure that it is neither underweight nor overweight and those that pass this test are then polished for them to obtain a shiny surface. The last stage involves the minting process where the gold blank is inserted into a minting press that presses its die with huge force to transfer the design from the die onto the gold blank. The result is a minted bar. The newly minted gold bar is then inspected before being sealed in a transparent tamper-proof protective package.
Heimerle + Meule, the Germany’s oldest gold and silver refinery stands for lasting values – as is reflected in their products, their philosophy and in their company’s history and traditional roots. Founded in 1845 in Pforzheim (known locally as the Golden City), the company has evolved to become one of the leading end-to-end suppliers on the precious metal processing market. Among other fields, Heimerle + Meule's product and service range comprises the following areas: precious metal recycling, precious metal trading, and investment products.
H+M's quality management system is certified under DIN EN ISO 9001 and assures the comprehensive expertise and highest quality standard in the work worldwide. The certification based on the Responsible Gold Guidance (RGG), the inclusion on the LBMA Good Delivery List for gold and the Code of Practice certification by the RJC (Responsible Jewellery Council) prove in black and white that the gold the company uses – and subsequently all products made from it – are conflict-free, innovative and of an extremely high quality.
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The majority of Tavex’s products are always in stock and therefore Tavex can offer you quick delivery and same day pick-up with market leading prices. Tavex is an official partner of all the biggest mints in the world, such as the Perth Mint Australia, the Austrian Mint (Münze Österreich), China Great Wall Coins Investments Ltd., the gold bar market leader PAMP Suisse and Valcambi and other gold factories and dealers.
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