Australia

Bryah Resources pans visible gold in samples from Windalah drilling

Bryah Resources Ltd (ASX:BYH) has found visible gold from recently completed drilling at Windalah prospect in the Bryah Basin in Western Australia.

A sample taken from reverse circulation (RC) residual samples held on-site was recently panned by the companys on-site geologist to see if any visible free gold was present.

Free gold was clearly visible in a panned sample taken from the high-grade interval of 12 metres at 4.32 g/t from surface, including 2 metres at 17.19 from 3 metres.

Shares have been as much as 18% higher to 6.9 cents intra-day.

Leaching test-work


The company intends to submit a batch of selected samples from the recent drilling to test for gold recovery by cyanide using a six-hour bottle roll leach at Intertek Australasias laboratory in Perth.

High-grade cyanide leaching utilises the LeachWELLTM accelerant to determine the cyanide extractable gold and provides an indication of potential recoveries in metallurgical processes and circuits.

Recovery and analysis of the residues (tailings) allows reporting of total gold values and determination the refractory gold fraction.

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