Expanding the Gold Resource in NSW with Deep Ground Penetrating RadarSydney, Sep 7, 2017 AEST (ABN Newswire) - Revolution Metals Ltd CEO Tim Mckinnon talks with Geologist Julian Malnic during a Deep Ground Penetrating Radar (DGPR) Survey in Northern New South Wales.
The DGPR Survey was conducted by Ultramag Geophysics led by Geophysicist Philip McClelland. The DGPR system comprises of a Teflon coated antenna array that is easily deployed in any terrain, including the 37 degree slopes of the highly mineralized gold resource within the Revolution Metals exploration licences at Dalmorton NSW.
Founded in 1988, Ultramag Geophysics is one of the leading companies in geophysical exploration and geo-tech engineering in Australia.
With a proven track record of driving innovation and investing in R&D, the company leads the technological curve to deliver to the market new surveying and radar technology that reduces significant costs and improves both quality and service.
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About Revolution Metals Ltd
Revolution Metals Ltd is an Australian public company and developer of mineral resources. The focus of the company is to develop mineral assets of economic grade to production, providing investors with rapid return on investment. Revolution's current tenement holding comprises 40 square kilometres of mineralized gold, silver, nickel, cobalt and lead bearing structures in northern New South Wales, Australia.
The primary gold bearing ironstone and quartz deposits of Mt Remarkable, Pine Creek and Alice Cornwall, are part of a field of numerous reefs and historical artisanal workings with over sixty identified as producing gold over a century ago.
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