Ceylon Graphite CYL K1 2

Ceylon Graphite (CYL.V) has received the assay results from a batch of samples taken at the surface on some of the grids in Sri Lanka’s Malsiripura and Katuwana licenses. The average carbon content in these samples averaged between 78.43% and 98.89%. Not only is 98.89% an exceptional result, the assay results in the mid-70’s and 80’s are pretty good as well, considering the samples were taken from the overburden and not from the actual veins.

You normally wouldn’t expect weathered rock to contain high-grade graphite, so it will be very interesting to see what Ceylon Graphite will find in the bedrock.

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