About Us - Graphite Madagascar

Graphite - Hosted in Weathered Rock

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When comparing one graphite deposit to another it is important to look at multiple factors:

  1. The Grade 
  2. The size, and potential size of the deposit.
  3. Flake size distribution.
  4. The host rock - Hard rock verses Weathered rock (Saprolite).
  5. Metallurgy.
  6.  Infrastructure.
  7. Historical mining, or current mining in the area.
  8. People involved in the project.


  • DNI has assembled a strong knowledgeable graphite development team who have built four graphite processing plants and operated two graphite mines. 
  • The team chose this part of Madagascar because it has the potential to host graphite projects which could be developed into producing mines.
  • Graphite has been produced in the area for over 100 years with some of the historical production occurring on DNI’s properties.



NI 43-101 Resource

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  • · Main Zone: Inferred Mineral Resources of 4 Million tonnes (“Mt”) at 5% Graphitic Carbon, (“GC”) using a 3% GC Cut-Off Grade Base Case
  • · Potential for further growth along north-south strike length 
  • · A saprolitic deposit is easier to mine and process than a similar hard rock graphitic deposit.
  • This initial resource is just the beginning, considering we only drilled a small portion of the Main mineralized zone, as the resource is open ended along the north-south strike length and down dip to the west. 
  • With the release of the resource, and the expected environmental licences not far behind, DNI can focus on constructing its Pilot Plant.

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Dni Metals Inc.

119 Pinewood Trail, Mississauga, Ontario L5G 2L2, Canada

+1 (416) 720-0754 DanWeir@dnimetals.com