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Mexus Advances Further in Gold Production at the Santa Elena Mine

Mexus Gold US recently made an announcement about the consistent productive and positive developments of its Santa Elena mine, based at Caborca MX. The cone/jaw crushing screen plant has now been moved into place.

Mexus electrician Gary Borgus is currently working on the essential connections and setting up the control station in order to guarantee correct working of the crushing line. Borgus anticipates the system to commence its working by April 1st, 2019. This system will contain a 400 feet conveyor system capable of carrying the 3/4 minus material to the recently prepared heap leach pad. A newly installed automated lime pH system will also be a part of this system.

Mexus has been hectically attaining extra equipment that will be needed for operating the mine. Recently, the company purchased a Gardner Denver hydraulic track mounted blast drill and a CAT front end loader. The equipment is presently placed at the U.S. border and will soon be moved to the mine within this month.

President and head Geologist for Mexus Gold MX, Cesar Lemas, established the fact that the company has adequate ore grades to start a 3500 ton per week mining operation with anticipated grades of 4 g Au per ton. Mexus CEO Paul Thompson and Mr Lemas are presently interviewing skilled metallurgists capable of guaranteeing that the leaching process and subsequent gold recovery will materialize as intended.

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