Rocmec Releases a Video Demonstration of the Thermal Fragmentation Mining Method

Rocmec Releases a Video Demonstration of the Thermal Fragmentation Mining Method

Rocmec Mining inc., is pleased to announce to its shareholders and members of the mining community, the release on its website of a video demonstrating the thermal fragmentation mining method.

The video demonstrates how the work is performed by Rocmec employees and shows the development of this innovative, productive and cost effective method of mining narrow vein ore bodies.

“This video is an important tool in explaining our technology to our shareholders and will be sent to potential and future clients that possess narrow vein ore bodies throughout the world and seek to mechanise and improve their current mining methods”, states Mr. Donald Brisebois, president and CEO of Rocmec Mining.

The Thermal Fragmentation Mining Method video can be viewed on Rocmec’s website or by clicking the following link:

Rocmec Mining’s growth strategy is focused on developing quality assets that will significantly enhance shareholder value by using the thermal fragmentation method throughout the Americas to extract narrow vein ore bodies. By utilising the thermal fragmentation method in combination with conventional mining methods, the company aims to become a mid-tier gold producer. In addition, by providing service agreements, the company intends to generate additional revenue and accelerate the spread of this unique technology.

“Thermal fragmentation – an innovative process for mining narrow high-grade ore bodies”

Rocmec Mining Inc. is a Canadian junior exploration company actively involved in the acquisition, exploration and development of precious metal projects. The Company’s exclusive thermal fragmentation process combined with its growth strategy positions it as the partner of choice for the development of narrow high-grade precious metal quartz vein projects. The Company’s shares are listed on the TSX-Venture (RMI) and the FSE (D5O) exchange.

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