Lake Resources Reports Successful Production of First Lithium Chloride Samples at Lilac’s Plant

  • Jul 03, 2020 AEST
  • Team Kalkine

Clean lithium developer, Lake Resources NL (ASX:LKE) has reported successful production of first samples of lithium chloride from its technology partner, Lilac’s direct lithium extraction pilot plant module in California, dedicated for Lake’s Kachi Lithium Brine Project.

As previously demonstrated at lab scale, the current samples indicate high lithium concentrations and are expected to be analysed by external laboratories next week. Moreover, processing of 20,000 litres of brine remains in process.

LKE looks forward to producing one lithium chloride sample per week which can later be transformed into lithium carbonate and subsequently be dispatched to potential off-takers.

LKE traded at $0.039 on 3 July 2020 (12:28 PM AEST).


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