Due to its unique properties, vanadium is an important component in creating high-strength, lightweight metallic alloys. Vanadium’s primary use is in strengthening steel. Considerable growth in vanadium consumption is forecasted due to the increasing use of vanadium in high-strength steel in developing countries, along with the growing use of vanadium in other specialty alloys including those used in the aerospace industry.Find Out More
Size matters - 3,122 Hectare property centered on two large gabbroic bodies (5.2km x 1km and 4km x 0.6km) hosting Iron - Titanium - Vanadium mineralization with historic concentratrat e grades ranging from 0.34% to 0.84% V2O5.
Potential - Open to expansion multiple directions
Infrastructure friendly - Located on tide-water less than 39km from Price Rupert deep water port
472.48 line-km was flown and 61 rock samples were taken during the 2019 field program. Rock samples were collected which represented commonly mapped rock types on the property, as well as in areas displaying strong alteration or mineralization.View Project
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