|| Securities, Unissued Securities
|| Asking Price
|| AUD $2,500,000 Capital Raising on Pre-Money Valuation of A$11,000,000
This Australian Unlisted Public Company is developing a High Purity Alumina (HPA) project in North Queensland and plans on ultimately producing 5,000 tonnes
per annum of this high value nano-material that is used in the production of Lithium ion Batteries.
Lava Blue has a JORC measured resource of >15 million tonnes of kaolin clays grading on average 28% Al2O3. When refined to 99.99% purity (4N HPA) this
material sells for in excess of $AUD $35,000 per tonne.
The global market for 4N HPA is presently experiencing annual compound growth rates of greater than 20% on the back of sustained demand from its use as
the basis of all LED lights plus the more recent application of HPA in the separators of Lithium Ion Batteries.
In batteries HPA coated separators are being rapidly adopted as they allow for higher energy densities and higher operating temperatures, when batteries
are rapidly charged and discharged. The Company plans to market the product into high growth supply chains, in the USA and the SE Asian economies,
where automotive companies are investing in development of their own battery manufacturing facilities.
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