The companies said the optimized Phase 2 infill drilling program at El Domo was successfully completed in late December 2018 on the open-pit constrained mineral resource.
Adventus Zinc (TSXV:ADZN) and Salazar Resources (TSXV:SRL) have announced the final drilling results from the 2018 infill program on the El Domo volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS) deposit, which is part of the approximately 22,000-hectare Curipamba project located near Las Naves, Ecuador.
The companies said the optimized Phase 2 infill drilling program at El Domo was successfully completed in late December 2018 on the open-pit constrained Mineral Resource, for a full year total of 12,608 metres of infill drilling between both phases of the work program.
As highlighted in the press release:
- CURI-326 intersected 17.88 metres of 4.45 percent copper, 5.04 grams per tonne (g/t) gold, 2.09 percent zinc, 94.6 g/t silver, and 0.27 percent lead for 9.75 percent copper equivalent; including 4.80 metres of 12.55 percent copper, 15.52 g/t gold, 7.45 percent zinc, 324.5 g/t silver and 0.94 percent lead for 29.64 percent copper equivalent;
- CURI-336 intersected 24.02 metres of 5.41 percent copper, 6.40 g/t gold, 2.68 percent zinc, 58.6 g/t silver, and 0.15 percent lead for 11.45 percent copper equivalent; including 1.81 metres of 4.27 percent copper, 16.61 g/t gold, 13.98 percent zinc, 205.8 g/t silver and 1.44 percent lead for 23.65 percent copper equivalent, and;
- CURI-337 intersected 2.73 metres of 3.31 percent copper, 11.50 g/t gold, 22.87 percent zinc, 457.2 g/t silver, and 0.44 percent lead for 25.07 percent copper equivalent.