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TLG, TALGA RESOURCES LTD
nipper
post Posted: Oct 16 2018, 11:05 AM
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In Reply To: blacksheep's post @ Oct 15 2018, 11:58 AM

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• New test results show Talga’s lithium-ion battery anode product outperforming

commercial benchmark and enabling ultra-fast charge rates (>300mAh/g at 20C)

• In general terms, enables full charge (0% - 100%) of lithium-ion battery in 3 minutes

• Talga moves to trademark its range of lithium-ion anode products as Talnode TM





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The Graphene Promise - Disruptor or Disrupted
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By Bob Kohut | 15.10.2018

What’s the “next big thing” to hit the market? This question has tantalized rabid investors in search of the big payoff since forever.

Next big thing candidates typically are involved in business operations that have the potential to make a significant impact on the way things get done in the world. Many are technology firms. As far back as 2012 an article appearing on the website of Canadian metals dealer Kitco heralded graphite as the “new black gold.” Active investors at that time know Kitco was not alone in touting graphite, in large part for its application potential in yet another big thing, the coming boom in Electric Vehicles (EVs).

Many investors focused on the robust demand projections for graphite. The following graph presents more recent data.

Yet that optimistic picture has not saved the fortunes of Australia’s largest graphite producer, Syrah Resources (SYR) from a volatile share price and third place on the ASX Top Thirty Short List.

As is typical of suddenly “hot” commodities like graphite, producers rush in to capitalise on rising demand, only to see commodity prices drop due to oversupply concerns. Demand is only half of the equation with which investors need to be concerned.


3 ASX listed stocks focused on graphene get a mention - TLG, FGR and AXE
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Buried in the graphite hype back then was a material made from graphite, hailed at the time as having applications so revolutionary the disruptive effect was compared to the advent of electricity—graphene. This “wonder” material also earned the accolade of “new black gold”.

For many investors, what the business world could do with graphene was more important than its composition or how it is made. And the list of applications read like something out of science fiction.


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There are three stocks on the ASX working on the production of graphene. One – Talga Resources (TGR) -- was an early-on favorite when graphene for 3D Printing was all the rage.

There are ASX graphite miners producing high quality flake graphite needed to make graphene, like Hexagon Resources (HXG), but Talga is already producing graphite, with research and development facilities as well as collaboration agreements in place.

The company is diversified, with multiple graphite mining operations and a cobalt mine in place, but it states its principal focus is producing graphene and graphite-enhanced products for the battery, construction, coatings, and polymer markets.

Talga boasts it has the highest-grade flake graphite in the world at its Nunasvaara deposit in the Vittangi graphite mine in Sweden. The company has three other graphite operations in Sweden, and research and product development facilities in Germany and the UK.

The company’s business model calls for direct product development with customers and relies on its own high-quality graphite sources and proven bulk production methods for cost-effective production.

As an example of Talga’s business model at work, the company recently entered into a joint development agreement with UK-based polymer and technology company Biomer Technology LTD to develop graphene enhanced thermoplastics for the healthcare and industrial coatings sectors.

Talga has plans to develop graphene-enhanced products in coatings, composites and resins, battery and fuel cell energy storage, and construction. Graphene bests copper as a conductor of electricity and the company has plans to develop graphene-enhanced concrete that would conduct electricity for de-icing and even charging EVs on the roadways.

The company is recognised as having high-grade flake graphite and a single step, cost-effective production process.


read more - http://www.thebull.com.au/premium/a/77664-...-disrupted.html



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The Science Show: Graphene; is it happening?
http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/progra...pening/10291372



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it's all in the wording
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Canaccord Genuity was in the market on Tuesday, seeking to raise $6 million for graphite play Talga Resources.

The offer price of 65¢ a share reflected a 5.8 per cent discount to the last close and a 4.7 per cent discount to the five-day volume weighted average price, according to terms sent to fund managers.




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trading halt is requested pending an announcement by the

Company regarding a funding initiative
- better than another cap raising, though dilutive. Still got conversion of TLGOA's



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"If I had even the slightest grasp upon my own faculties, I would not make essays, I would make decisions." ― Michel de Montaigne
 
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Initial tests show Talga's graphene-enhanced concrete is highly electrically conductive - attaining 0.05 ohm.cm volume resistivity

• Current applications include: underfloor heating (replacing plumbed hot water based installations), anti-static flooring, EMI shielding, strain sensors and grounding/lightning protection

• Emerging application in solid-state heated roads for environmentally friendly way of clearing ice and snow from key transport routes and airports when compared to use of ploughs, corrosive salt, de-icing chemicals and wastewater treatment of runoff

• Future potential includes role in dynamic and wireless charging of electric vehicles while driving






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"If I had even the slightest grasp upon my own faculties, I would not make essays, I would make decisions." ― Michel de Montaigne
 


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https://reneweconomy.com.au/talga-claims-si...ery-race-18291/



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Talga and Bosch have entered into the MOU to commence preparatory

work regarding a development project in the field of utilising graphene in

the synthesis of macroscopic structures.

non-binding



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another niche graphene product (and commercial, too)
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Talga Resources Ltd .. has signed a commercial supply and development agreement with Haydale Limited (AIM: HAYD) for the production, marketing and sales of graphene based transparent conductive ink products for industrial applications in Asia.

Pursuant to the Agreement, Haydale will purchase Talga conductive materials to produce conductive inks to be used in Haydale's recently announced anti-counterfeiting 'PATit' product. This follows initial tests by Haydale demonstrating that Talga material can enhance the electrical conductivity of the inks by 15% or more above synthetic graphite.

Talga and Haydale will also collaborate to:
• further enhance the properties of graphene conductive ink and develop it for use in larger scale, high speed "Roll to Roll" printing; and
• jointly develop new formulations of graphene conductive inks for emerging applications in the Asian packaging and whitegoods markets.

'PATit' technology prints transparent codes onto packaging for the purpose of anti-counterfeiting surveillance and product tracking using proprietary mobile phone software. Users range from governments and manufacturers seeking to protect brands and curb income loss to counterfeit goods in markets ranging from tobacco, pharmaceuticals and food and beverage.

Market for Conductive inks


Conductive inks contain components that provide the function of electrical conductivity. Such components may be comprised of silver, copper, carbon, graphite, indium tin oxide or other base or precious material. The inks can be applied in various ways, including screen printing, flexographic or rotogravure, spray, dip, and more.

The current market value for conductive inks is estimated to be more than US$2.3 billion (IDTechEx) across a wide range of printed applications including photovoltaics, circuit boards, biomedical sensors, RFID tags, electronic touch screens, automotive (i.e. Henkel's 'Loctite' product series), food and beverage packaging and many more. The key players in the market include DuPont, Henkel, Agfa-Gevaert, Heraeus, Johnson Matthey, Novacentrix, Sun Chemical, Poly-Ink and others.

Graphene has the potential to substitute into these applications as it can be transparent in addition to conductive, graphene is non-metallic and can be cheaper than some materials (lower loading for the same conductivity)




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In Reply To: lgrif's post @ Oct 19 2017, 01:16 PM

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improved charging times
that's probably only going to happen with supercapacitors

http://batteryuniversity.com/learn/article..._supercapacitor

At least TLG is in with the graphene side. With all the money, Govt involvement, research, etc, this unfolding EV and non- hydrocarbon repurposing is going to be breakthrough or belly up, in spectacular fashion

(Govt involvement usually tilts towards train wreck!)



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