Monthly Archives: September 2012

Fletcher Nickel reports Texmont project status

TORONTO, Sept. 8 /CNW/ – Fletcher Nickel Inc. (TSX: FL) reports that the compilation of data from its drilling campaign at the Texmont Mine has been concluded and modeled and that initial metallurgical and refining test results have also been received. Large-tonnage near-surface Nickel resource extends north of Texmont Mine The geological assessment of the data has determined that a potentially large- tonnage nickel deposit, which may be mineable by open pit, has been … Continue reading

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Surface Engineering by the Carbonyl Process

Problem: The DoD spends tens of billions of dollars each year on corrosion & wear prevention and repair. Many technologies are employed for different alloys and environments. Several commonly used protection technologies have adverse environmental effects. Solution: The carbonyl process is a century old process by which certain transition elements can be extracted or removed by carbon monoxide gas at a particular temperature, or deposited on most substrates at another temperature. The process is … Continue reading

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CVMR CARBONYL PROCESS Application to Laterite Ore of a CVMR client in Africa

CVMR’s process for refining of Ferralite and Saprolite ore maximizes value of the ores by producing value added products. Ferralite ore A typical Ferralite ore contains 40-45% of Iron, 1-1.5% of Nickel, 0.04-0.10% of Co (potentially Copper, PGE and Rare earth elements). * Published with permission of the client.

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