NEWFOUNDLAND — Vancouver-based Tenajon Resources, a member of the Northair Group, says that rougher tests of samples from its Moly Brook molybdenum property recovered over 90% of the metal in the samples. The recovery rate was the same for both high-grade and low-grade portions of the sample.
Cleaner tests of a high-grade material produced a 53% Mo concentrate and a recovery rate of 85%. Similar tests of a low-grade sample produced a slightly lower concentrate grade. The high-grade sample was further found to have a Bond work index of 16 kWh/t. The tests were conducted by G&T Metallurgical Services of Kamloops, BC.
Tenajon’s Moly Brook property is located on the south coast of Newfoundland, 2.5 km from the hamlet of Grey River, less than 4.0 km from a deep water, ice-free, navigable fjord. The community is serviced daily by provincial ferries.
Additional information is available at www.Tenajon.com.