Resouro selects Prosper for metallurgical test at Tiros

Resouro Gold Inc. (Resouro) has selected the laboratory Prosper, located in Duque de Caxias, for the initial metallurgical testwork at its Tiros Titanium-REE Project in Minas Gerais, Brazil.
Resouro is now planning a 600 m Auger drilling program using its own equipment and tendering for a 500 m air core drilling campaign – both programs will help produce further composite samples for continued metallurgical testwork as well as supply data necessary for the maiden 43-101-compliant resource.
The Tiros Project consists of 10 mineral concessions totalling 152 km2 located in Minas Gerais. The Tiros licenses cover the most prospective portion of the prolific Capacete Formation and represent the areas with the greatest exploration potential.
The laboratory Prosper (previously Nomos laboratory) has a reputed process research facility, with experience in titanium and rare earth concentration. The work program includes the following activities: Scrubbing tests; Magnetic, gravitic and electrostatic concentration tests; Anatase leaching tests; Rare earth concentration tests, using different techniques.

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