As part of its feasibility study on the K.Hill manganese oxide project in Botswana, the manganese developer listed by TSX-V Giyani Metals Corporation has completed an increase in metallurgical testing work and the design of the final process flow sheet Mint in South Africa.
As this testing phase does not involve crystallization, a professional engineering company has been hired to conduct crystallization testing to complete the process flow sheet for the feasibility study and installation. Demonstration.
Giyani will begin hiring an engineering company to build the K.Hill manganese oxide project demonstration facility once the process flow sheet is completed.
Giyani expects to execute a design and construction contract for the demonstration plant after a peer review of the process flow sheet. The unit is expected to become operational in the first half of 2022.
According to Giyani CEO Robin Birchall, the demonstration facility would generate approximately 250 kg of final product of high purity manganese sulfate monohydrate (HPMSM) per day, which will be shared with potential customers for preliminary testing of the product.
To date, 26 RC holes have been drilled in Otse South, near the old mines and characterized by a north-west-southeast loading anomaly.
Almost all the holes drilled so far have revealed visible mineralization, validated by a portable X-ray fluorescence investigation. The best results have been 48% manganese oxide at depths …
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