Sarytogan Graphite goes nuclear with five nines purity graphite

Sarytogan Graphite goes nuclear with five nines purity graphite

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Sarytogan Graphite Ltd (ASX:SGA) managing director Sean Gregory sits down with Jonathan Jackson in the Proactive studio to discuss a major milestone that puts the company into the nuclear equation. The company has achieved five nines purity graphite, producing 2.2 kilograms of graphite at up to 99.9992% carbon, further broadening the offering of value-added products from its namesake graphite project in Kazakhstan. Gregory explains what this latest milestone means and how this high-purity graphite is expected to be suitable for the nuclear industry thereby attracting super-premium prices. Meanwhile, the pre-feasibility study is continuing to advance on schedule, with Sarytogan expected to be able to quantify the economics associated with taking its giant and exceptionally high-grade deposit into the premium battery anode market and now the super-premium nuclear industry market.

Gregory said: Sarytogan Five Nines Graphite broadens the product offering from Sarytogan, from industrial uses to advanced battery applications and now a range of nuclear uses. Subject to certification and qualification, this product is expected to attract super-premium prices in the nuclear industry."

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