ChemX Materials Ltd is an advanced materials technology company focusing on the energy transition and decarbonisation markets.
ChemX Materials (ASX:CMX) has three main projects, all of which play into the decarbonisation and electrification thematic:
- HiPurA™ technology for the production of high purity alumina (HPA) and lithium battery aluminium salts
- Jamieson Tank Manganese project on the Eyre Peninsula in South Australia, focused on manganese cathode precursor materials, and;
- Kimba Kaolin – Halloysite project on the Eyre Peninsula in South Australia
The Company is built on a commitment to operating in a way that contributes to the sustainable development of technology materials, while also showing consideration for the protection of the environment; underpinned by their commitment to create long term shareholder value.
ChemX’s focus is on relationships with both end users and researchers to develop products with the optimum purity and morphological specifications needed for new and existing technologies. The rapid pace of development requires a collaborative approach to meet expectations and demand.
The HiPurA™ technology is a unique, scalable and modular process technology, that ChemX has developed to produce high purity alumina and aluminium salts for the lithium battery supply chain. The modular nature of the technology enables production facilities to be located close to buyers, significantly reducing the length of the logistics chain, lowering the carbon foot-print of production and the potential for supply disruptions.
Jamieson Tank Manganese
Jamieson Tank Manganese project, 100% owned by ChemX, is focused on the development of manganese for use in lithium battery cathode chemistry. The use of manganese in battery chemistries is increasing to reduce costs and improve stability.
The Kimba Kaolin – Halloysite project
The Kimba Kaolin – Halloysite project (100% owned) is located on the Eyre Peninsular, South Australia, that is host to a number of known kaolin and halloysite deposits, with several outcropping over extensive areas. The deposits are located on freehold title farm-land, significantly reducing further environmental impacts.