EurOmax intersects 542 metres of skarn with disseminated chalcopyrite at Karavansalijaadmin
EurOmax Resources Limited announce that it has completed diamond drillhole EOKSC 832 which intersected 542 metres of chalcopyrite bearing skarn at the Karavansalija property in Serbia. This drillhole is located 1,600 metres to the north of recently reported diamond drillhole results including 235 metres grading 1.08 g/t gold and 120 metres grading 0.55 g/t gold, 0.48% copper and 3.2 g/t silver (1.4g/t gold equivalent, 0.86% copper equivalent).
EOKSC 832 was drilled to 846 metres to test a gravity high within a donut shaped lead-zinc-arsenic-copper-gold-bismuth surface geochemical anomaly 3 kilometres in diameter. From surface this hole intersected 292 metres of brecciated and strongly altered volcanics with disseminated and vein galena, sphalerite and chalcopyrite. 542 metres of garnet-pyroxene skarn was intercepted from 292 metres. The skarn has disseminated chalcopyrite with disseminated and locally massive hematite, magnetite and pyrrhotite. This hole was abandoned at 846.5 metres in strongly altered pyrite and pyrrhotite bearing serpentinite.
Assay results are awaited.
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Diamond drillhole samples are cut and crushed at a sample preparation facility in Serbia overseen by EurOmax personnel. Routine assays are undertaken at Eurotest AD laboratory in Sofia, Bulgaria, an ISO9001 accredited facility. Quality control samples, standards and blanks, are routinely submitted. Gold is assayed by a 50 gram fire assay with an AAS finish while copper is assayed by acid digest-ICPMS.