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Talga Resources has found through metallurgical testing, two of its graphite projects (Jalkunen and Raitajärvi), produced high-capacity Lithium-ion anodes, offering potential, future growth.

The Company has focused on advancing its metallurgical testing across all its projects but with a specific focus on Vittangi. Talga has come up with a new process to making Talnode C where samples were subjected to ‘crush-grind-flotation processing’ to form a concentrate. 

The concentrate was refined Li-ion anode material and tested in Europe and Japan. Results showed a very high concentrate grade of 95.1 per cent Cg at a high recovery rate of 91 per cent.
Talga’s product goal is to achieve premium performance battery anode material. It has put in place the Vittang pre-feasibility study, based on a new development strategy.  The Jalkunen and Raitajärvi graphite resources will not be included in the Vittangi PFS. Their test results supported the development potential for Li-ion battery anode production. The PFS is scheduled for completion by the end of April, 2019.
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