Rock Tech Lithium Inc. (TSXV:RCK,FWB:RJIA) reported assay results for two more drill holes from the drill program at Lochaber, announced on December 10, 2012. Highlights include drill hole PB-12-22 intersecting 84.56 metres of graphitic carbon with grades ranging from 1.11% Cg to 4.42% Cg, including 50 metres at 3.08% Cg.
As quoted in the press release:
Highlights of these assay results include:
-Drill hole PB-12-22 intersected 84.56 metres of graphitic carbon (“Cg”) at various depths with grades ranging from 1.11% Cg to 4.42% Cg, including 50 metres at 3.08% Cg,
-Drill hole PB-12-23 intersected 117.99 metres of graphitic carbon (“Cg”) at various depths with grades ranging from 1.30% Cg to 3.63% Cg, including 5.37 metres at 3.63% Cg, 43.08 metres at 2.28% Cg, and 41.02 metres at 2.45% Cg.
Rock Tech Vice President of Exploration and interim CEO Afzaal Pirzada said:
To date we have traced the graphite mineralization of electromagnetic conductor ‘C’ for 600 metres along strike with widths ranging from 29 metres to 165 metres. While this conductor is constrained to the south by our property boundary, it remains open to the north and at depth. The Company is also expecting preliminary data from metallurgical tests defining the flake size distribution and purity of the mineralized zones delineated on electromagnetics conductors ‘A’ and ‘C’.