Northern Graphite confirms quality and value of Bissett Creek concentrate

By Sybil Pan
Published: Tuesday, 27 April 2021

Independent first-phase tests on graphite concentrate from the Bissett Creek mine in Ontario, Canada, show the material is suitable for use in fuel cells and lithium-ion batteries, mine operator Northern Graphite announced this week.

The tests were conducted by ProGraphite, a leading graphite research & development laboratory in Germany.

ProGraphite concluded that graphite from the Bissett Creek deposit has a combination of high-carbon content and extremely coarse particle distribution - a grade of material that is in high demand but has relatively low availability, making the...

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