Gap Geophysics has started a SQUID EM survey for Maximus Resources.
“The team has secured the use of GAP Geophysics’ latest SQUID EM technology, which is preferred for its superior detection and resolution capability, coupled with a powerful transmitter for deeper detection.
“The high-powered survey is expected to provide high-quality data, to be used for planning and optimising future drill programs to test for highly prized Kambalda nickel sulphides.”
Maximus Resources managing director Tim Whither said: “The commencement of the major electromagnetic (EM) survey across the highly prospective Central nickel target is an exciting step forward for the company’s dual commodity strategy.
“This is the first time in almost 20 years that modern high-powered ground EM surveys have been undertaken across the Central nickel prospect, which is amazing considering the highly-prospective stratigraphy located between two significant historic high-grade nickel mines; Andrews Shaft and 1A.
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