Infinity Lithium Corporation (ASX:INF) - CEO and MD, Ryan Parkin
CEO and MD, Ryan Parkin
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  • Infinity Lithium Corporation’s (INF) metallurgical test work has now produced battery grade lithium chemicals from its San José Lithium Project
  • This is a further progression for the continued pilot-scale test work
  • Expanded discussions with existing and potential offtake partners are ongoing against the evolving market requirements
  • San José is poised to supply lithium chemical products to the European battery industry and related industries in Spain
  • Infinity is up 8.70 per cent and is trading at 12.5 cents per share at 12:09 pm AEST

Infinity Lithium Corporation’s (INF) metallurgical test work has now produced battery grade lithium chemicals from its San José Lithium Project.

The minerals company with its joint venture partner Valoriza Mineria is currently developing the San José mine in Spain.

The project will be developed by open pit methods with the ore treated and refined onsite to produce high quality, battery grade lithium hydroxide. Infinity’s goal in the long term is to supply the European lithium-ion battery supply chain and electric vehicle industry.

Being able to produce battery grade lithium chemicals is a successful progression of the continued pilot-scale test work.

Infinity is in ongoing discussions with the original equipment manufacturers and strategic partners in Europe. These discussions have highlighted the strategic benefits of optionality for battery grade lithium chemicals.

Prior testwork at San José has already delivered battery grade lithium carbonate and the delivery of battery grade lithium hydroxide.

San José is poised to supply lithium chemical products to the European battery industry and related industries in Spain

The pilot-scale program is designed to confirm the scalability of the process emerging from bench-scale test work, confirm key process design criteria and produce sufficient quantities of final products for preliminary market acceptability evaluation.

Notably, pilot-scale roasting has commenced and is expected to be completed in early October. This is an important step in the feasibility study for San José.

Infinity is up 8.70 per cent and is trading at 12.5 cents per share at 12:09 pm AEST.

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