Noombenberry Halloysite Project delivers again for Latin Resources

Latin Resources Limited (ASX:LRS) has released promising results from drilling that was conducted at its Noombenberry Halloysite Project in Western Australia in an area where logging showed a very thick zone of kaolinitic saprolite, confirming that there is also strong halloysite development within the ultra-bright white kaolinite.

With results received from 300 of the 750 samples submitted for detailed test work at the Noombenberry Project, the company is on track to deliver a maiden JORC resource in the June quarter of 2021.

This comes on the back of steady news flow in recent weeks with management advising of ‘’exceptional results’’ from four grab/float samples collected as a part of a reconnaissance exercise in consultation with the landholder.

However, the latest results returned the thickest high-grade halloysite and ultra-bright white kaolin intersections to date.

As a part of the company’s routine analytical process, selected samples are sent for Scanning Electron Microscope Quality Control analysis.

Results from this work have shown promising halloysite nano-tube development with high aspect ratio (length to width ratio) as illustrated below.

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