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    Altech accomplishes Drilling program at Kerrigan Kaolin Project

  • China Aluminium Network
  • Post Time: 2020/1/15
  • Click Amount: 131

    Altech Chemicals Limited, the company who is aiming to become one of the leading suppliers of high purity alumina, has announced its accomplishment of the drilling program at its 100% owned Kerrigan kaolin project in Western Australia.

    The Kerrigan project is situated at 20kms south of the central wheat belt town of Hyden, Western Australia and spreads over an area that is approximately 230km².

    The drilling program was composed of 27 air core holes for a total of 765 meters. All holes were drilled vertically with an average depth of 28 meters; samples were collected at one-meter intervals.

    Although Altech’s flagship Meckering kaolin deposit will deliver raw materials for its Johor HPA plant, Malaysia, as Kerrigan hosts a high-quality kaolin deposit.

    The completed drilling program is expected to accredit the Company to update the Kerrigan mineral resource estimate and assist it in the perseverance of the next steps for the project.

    Source: www.alcircle.com
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