Sprott-backed Britannia buys 10 more Chrysos units

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Canadian assay services company enhances spot in PhotonAssay queue

Gold-assay market disruptor Chrysos Corporation has increased the value of contracts for PhotonAssay units by nearly 30% since the end of the June quarter, announcing this week the total had climbed to A$705 million (US$500m) on the back of new scheduled deployments to Canada.

Eric Sprott-backed Britannia Mining Solutions, formed earlier this year as a self-funded subsidiary of Canadian Securities Exchange-listed microcap, Britannia Life Sciences, has ordered 10 more PhotonAssay units to go with the two bought previously.

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