i-minerals inc.'s (TSX.V:IMA) primary focus is the development of the deposits of the Helmer - Bovill Project in north-central Idaho. The company is led by Roger A. Kauffman, an experienced mining engineer with many years of industrial minerals experience and multiple mine developments to his credit.
i-minerals is targeting two types of deposits on the Helmer – Bovill property both of which are feldspar / quartz deposits within the unweathered TG and residual deposits of feldspar / kaolin / halloysite / quartz within the weathered TG.
Mining CompanyFeldspar, Quartz, Kaolin, Halloysite
I-Minerals Provides Update on Bulk Sample Program at Bovill Kaolin Deposit
I-Minerals Secures Services of Top Notch Engineering Team for Bovill Kaolin Project Feasibility Study
I-Minerals Receives Preliminary Melt Tests from Major International Glass Manufacturer
I-Minerals Initiates Feasibility Level Work and Associated Permitting at Bovill Kaolin Project
I-Minerals Reports Completion of Drilling at Kelly's Hump in Idaho Helmer-Bovill Property
I-Minerals Receives Initial Test Results from Kelly's Hump
I-Minerals Initiates Bovill Kaolin In-Fill Drilling to Upgrade to Proven Reserve
I-Minerals Receives Renewed State of Idaho Mineral Leases for Helmer-Bovill Project
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