Kennady Diamonds promulgate sample grade of 3.55-CT from Kelvin North
Kennady diamonds publicize an extraordinary and incomparable sample grade of 3.55 ct/tone for diamonds of the viable commercial size that were retrieved from its Kelvin North Lobe project in Canada. The company announced that they recovered three large diamonds of 0.67, 0.23 and 0.15 carats respectively. According to the Kennady report, the Geoanalytical Laboratories processed the 0.93-tonne samples.
Kennady Diamonds preconized an amazing sample grade of 3.55 ct/tonne for diamonds of the commercial size that were extracted from its Kelvin North Lobe project located in Canada. In the statement, the officials of the company proclaimed the three large size diamonds 0.15 carats, 0.67-carats and 0.23 carats. As per the Kennady’s statement stated on December 17, the Geoanalytical Laboratories Diamond Services of the SRC (Saskatchewan Research Council) dealt with 0.93-tonne sample of the recovered diamonds. In the year 2015 and until the time, Kennday diamonds have processed and managed 14.7 tonnes of core (rough) diamond samples recovered from the North Lobe project, recurring an average sample grade of 2.83 ct/ tonne. The company officials too stated that the group is intended to retrieve a bulk sample approximately of 500 tonnes in the year 2016 till February or March. Furthermore, with the results expected in the middle of the year 2016. Kennady’s officials too believe that the sample expectedly would deliver more than 1,200 carats of diamonds to support the proceeds for the project Kelvin kimberlite. Further, the company had announced a unique and supreme grade of 3.4 carats per tonne diamonds obtained from another sample taken from the North Lobe project earlier this month.