The company, in a stock market statement, said that the project’s washplant achieved design capacity, of 130 cubic metres per hour over a minimum 18 hour operational day.
It said that total raw platinum production amounted to 11.8 kilograms by May 16 which suggested an average grade of 771mg per cubic metres.
So far, processing of the first ore stockpile is now nearing completion and mining is underway to create further stockpiles.
Next month, the company’s contactor will assess the future development of the mine site including the Kluchiki area.
"We are delighted at the continued progress made at our West Kytlim mine and indeed it is very satisfying to achieve full operational capacity,” said Christian Schaffalitzky, executive chairman.
“Techstroy continue to meet our high expectations this year and we have excellent working relations now established.
"We look forward to the 2018 mining season with renewed excitement and shareholders can expect regular updates on progress at West Kytlim and other developments across the company."