A total of 290 samples were prepared to be analyzed by different methods, from which 150 samples were analyzed for Cu, Au, Ag & Mo, 60 samples were studied for ore microscopy & fluid inclusions and the other 50 samples were studied for petrographical studies. One sample was analyzed by XRD.
The deposit is hosted by a vein, which cuts across Kerman conglomerate, which dips 40-50° westward. The deposit was controlled by fractures and mineralization occurred in conglomerates. Vein extinction covers an area of 32500m2. The number of the veins amounts to 20, which are 100m long & 0.05-2.5m wide. Mineralized veins extend in dip direction and are 40m deep. Average grade of [Cu+Ni+Zn+Pb+Co] is about 3-5%. Mineralized veins were excavated from surface to a depth of 200m and where the dip is high, tunnels, wells & crosscuts where excavated. Based on the depots volumes & mining reports, more than 30/000 t of ore has been extracted. Part of the reserve within the conglomerate between the veins has not been excavated. Chip sapling and chemical analysis for the total grade of Cu+Ni+Zn+Pb+Co indicated a low grade, i.e. 1% it seems that large zones of low-grade ores, especially where gold and silver have a considerable grade, are valuable. There fore, searching for such trends particularly in-unexcavated areas are justified.