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2 years 7 months ago #122106 by alexgreat
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Halifax, Nova Scotia--(Newsfile Corp. - February 5, 2019) - ELCORA ADVANCED MATERIALS CORP. (TSXV: ERA) (FSE: ELM) (OTC: ECORF) (the "Company" or "Elcora") is pleased to update investors with our success' in 2018 and objectives for 2019. The Elcora team has been busy on several fronts. While we continue to focus on Anode material validation with battery manufacturers we also recognize a 50% yield during the manufacturing process. Therefore, over the last year, we have been very active in testing our "by-Product" within several markets such as Graphene, Micro Graphite Flake and Nano-Platelets, expandable graphite. Sri Lankan graphite is known for its natural purity and for being of the highest quality graphite in the world. This will give Elcora a strong competitive advantage in the market place.

2018 Highlights:

Completed testing of Elcora's EL-I-C6 anode powder in 18650 cells with commercial lithium-ion battery manufacturer
Developed several carbon coating processes to control the BET surface area of graphite anode powder
Secured partner to perform commercial scale thermal purification and carbon coating of Elcora's graphite anode powder (processed ~ 1000 kg of product)
Commissioned spheronization unit in Elcora's graphite processing lab to study particle size and product yield
Awarded grants to:
Improve carbon coating process
Study Elcora's graphite for use in super capacitors (with Dr. Heather Andreas at Dalhousie University)
Completed tests of Elcora's graphite for use in the expandable graphite market
Received $1M investment from Elephant Red (coatings company)
Developed advanced in-situ-volume measurements for studying expansion/contraction of lithium-ion batteries during charge/discharge
Continued externally-funded project to study Elcora's graphene as a conductivity promoter in lithium-ion batteries

2019 Objectives:

Continue working with commercial Lithium-ion battery manufacturers to secure purchase orders of graphite anode powder
Optimize carbon coating processes for graphite anode powder
Process > 1000 kg of graphite for internal and external testing
Optimize spheronization methods to increase yield (> 70%) and control particle size
Fabricate super capacitors made from Elcora's graphite
Find markets for spheronization by-product
Continue externally-funded grants for project related to Elcora's graphene as a conductivity promoter in lithium-ion batteries

According to Troy Grant, Chief Executive Officer, " 2019 is going to be a very exciting year for Elcora. Building on our processing capabilities and successful testing in 2018, our plan is to aggressively reach out to battery and ancillary by-product manufacturers throughout the world. I encourage shareholders and potential investors to browse our website and see the potential exciting products we intend to bring to market."

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3 years 6 months ago #120166 by alexgreat
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been quite here, I guess not much news other than warrant extension

Elcora Advanced 2,632,643 warrants extended

2018-01-31 19:57 ET - Miscellaneous


The TSX Venture Exchange has consented to the extension of the following warrants.

Number of warrants: 2,632,643

Current expiry date of warrants: Feb. 16, 2018

New expiry date of warrants: Feb. 16, 2019

Exercise price of warrants: 43 cents

These warrants were issued pursuant to a private placement of a total of 2,632,643 shares with 2,632,643 share purchase warrants attached, which was accepted for filing by the exchange effective Dec. 3, 2014.

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3 years 9 months ago #119608 by GoldnBoy
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Thanks Lynssa. just listened to those. Nice find. There is another good one there with Jeff Dahn, I had not seen before

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3 years 9 months ago #119605 by lynnsa10
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While at youtube found this video on graphene. Very good explanation and info on graphene that non scientists can understand. You can understand that Elcora's ability to produce graphene is quite special

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3 years 9 months ago #119604 by lynnsa10
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Latest video with Dr Flint

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3 years 9 months ago #119565 by lynnsa10
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Yes great news and nice move in the stock. I bought some more on Monday so was good timing. If we see this move like other lithium and graphite stocks, this could just be the start

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3 years 9 months ago #119554 by Gambler
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Wow nice break out on news this morning. I bought more near the open

2017-11-29 08:09 ET - News Release


Mr. Troy Grant reports

LOCKHEED MARTIN ENTERS STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP WITH ELCORA ADVANCED MATERIALS TO SUPPORT THE DEVELOPMENT OF LI-ION ANODE TECHNOLOGY

Elcora Advanced Materials Corp. has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) agreement with Lockheed Martin Canada, which represents Lockheed Martin's first battery technology investment in Canada. This strategic partnership supports the growing energy demand for lithium-ion battery storage solutions applied to commercial, industrial, utility and military applications.

As renewable energy capacity increases, so does the need for energy storage. The installation of renewable energy sources (for example solar and wind power) continues to grow and capturing energy when it is produced and releasing it when is needed can be challenging. To this end, many commercial, industrial and utility customers are turning to Li-ion battery-based energy storage systems. These systems offer stable, reliable access to electricity while significantly reducing cost.

Elcora is well positioned to take advantage of this expanding Li-ion battery market by offering high-quality graphite anode powder for use in Li-ion batteries. The graphite produced in Elcora's mine in Sri Lanka has been proven in several different Li-ion chemistries to offer both high power and high energy capabilities at a competitive cost.

The MOU formally establishes a working relationship and guidelines to support/identify opportunities within Lockheed Martin business units, including its energy division, to assist in maximizing and achieving sales objectives.

"We are extremely pleased to announce this newly formed strategic partnership with Lockheed Martin. Lockheed Martin is a dominant leader in aerospace, defence, energy and advanced technologies with worldwide interests," said Troy Grant, chief executive officer of Elcora Advanced Materials. "Through this ongoing arrangement, Elcora will complement Lockheed Martin's global initiatives. We are grateful for this opportunity."

"Lockheed Martin Canada is pleased to support the initiatives of Elcora Advanced Materials," said Rosemary Chapdelaine, vice-president and general manager of Lockheed Martin Canada. "The future of renewable energy is here and Elcora is leading the way in producing clean graphite for the energy storage market. Elcora's vision is two-fold in that it not only has plans to reduce the carbon footprint through green energy, but its anode material comes from a mine that has one of the highest grades of graphite in the world, thereby significantly reducing the need for harmful chemicals in the refinement process. Both Lockheed Martin Canada and its renewable energy division will work with Elcora to help make Canada a world-leading contributor to greenhouse gas reductions."

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3 years 9 months ago #119550 by GoldnBoy
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I bought more yesterday after Rons update. I am now watching for a breakout. A close above 40 cents and I am going to add more

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3 years 9 months ago #119501 by alexgreat
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Pretty quiet here by Kaboom this stock has bounced back to life. Seems all the graphite stocks catching bids again

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4 years 1 month ago #118557 by Gambler
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2017-07-27 08:27 ET - News Release

Mr. Troy Grant reports

ELCORA BEGINS DEVELOPMENT OF NON-TOXIC ANTI-FOULING GRAPHENE COATINGS

Elcora Advanced Materials Corp. has commenced graphene-enhanced marine coating tests.

Elcora's EL-2D few layer graphene powder supports the development of new and advanced graphene protective coatings due to their excellent hydrophobicity, chemical resistance, anti-bacterial properties, lubricity, strength and thermal characteristics.

Elcora has been developing a series of graphene-enhanced marine coatings. The highly hydrophobic nature of graphene has the potential to limit the growth of marine organisms, reduce fuel consumption of vessels through the reduction of drag forces, increase the lifespan of coatings and provide de-icing properties.

Anti-fouling and anti-corrosive coatings are used in the marine environment to prevent the growth of barnacles, mussels and other organisms which contributes to increased fuel consumption of the vessel, impede mechanical functions and/or plugging of pipes. Common anti-fouling coatings use copper or other marine toxins. The first phase of Elcora's tests investigates anti-fouling coatings on steel, with the purpose of minimizing the use of these toxins. A matrix of coating methods is being investigated that includes a direct coating of graphene, epoxy composites and an additive suitable to existing anti-fouling compounds. A comparison of biological organism growth will be made of the various graphene coatings according to standard ASTM testing methods. These tests are anticipated to take approximately two months at which point the best-performing methods will be optimized.

To see Dr. Ian Flint explain the testing process, visit YouTube.

"We are pleased with our initial coating test which demonstrates improved resistance to fouling and corrosion, even with a minor amount of dispersed graphene. Non-toxic graphene-based coatings could be truly disruptive to the marine coatings market, which is said to surpass $15-billion (U.S.) by 2024 according to Global Market Insights," said Troy Grant, Elcora's president and chief executive officer.

Additional tests will be conducted based on the results of the anti-fouling investigation. These include optimization of de-icing properties, minimization in the differences of thermal expansion, strength and other characteristics that would give these products a competitive advantage.

The National Research Council of Canada, Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC-IRAP) has contributed $392,590 toward the successful completion of the project.

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4 years 2 months ago #118302 by Hoss
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Thanks for the link, was a good interview, stock looking awfully cheap

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4 years 2 months ago #118295 by lynnsa10
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Interview of Troy at Elcora by Wealthy Wally

wealthywally.com/blog/interview-with-tro...t-and-ceo-of-elcora/

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