Ceylon Graphite expertise at work

Ceylon Graphite is a public company listed on the TSX Venture Exchange (CYL:TSX-V) currently exploring and developing graphite mines in historic resource jurisdictions in Sri Lanka. It holds a land package constituting 121 km² grids containing historic vein graphite deposits.

These unique and comparatively higher-margin vein (lump) deposits currently make up less than 1% of world graphite production.

Asia-Pacific Exploration Mining Company of the Year!

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Ceylon Graphite is honoured to be named Mines and Money Asia’s 2018 Asia-Pacific Exploration Mining Company of the Year!

2018

About Sri Lankan graphite

Mine Workers in Ceylon Graphite

Cg 97%+

Purity of graphite, highest in the world

Since Mid

1600s

Discovered the purest graphite locations

what’s Special about Sri Lankan Graphite

Sri Lankan “vein” graphite has the highest in situ purity in the world, in addition to low-cost, qualified local labour and generous government incentives.

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Mining locations in Ceylon Graphite

Over 50%

Of the known historical graphite found in Sri Lanka

> 50%

Of world graphite production was from Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka

Graphite to decarbonize energy and transportation

Applications of Graphite

Consumer Electronics

90%+

Lithium ion batteries in modern electronic devices

1020x

More graphite than lithium in a Li-ion battery

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3,900K

Sublimation point of graphite

Graphene & Lubricants

450°C

Of temperature in air for effective lubricating properties from cryogenic

400x

Boost for graphene in solar cells

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1789

Year graphite given its name due to its ability to leave marks on paper

7%

Graphite production used for pencils

Electric Vehicles

Our cells should be called Nickel-Graphite, because primarily the cathode is nickel and the anode side is graphite with silicon oxide… [there’s] a little bit of lithium in there, but it’s like the salt on the salad.

Elon Musk
CEO, Tesla Motors

Applications
of
Graphite

K1 Development
M1 Development
H1 Development
P1 Development

Work Sites

K1 Development

K1 is Ceylon Graphite’s first exploration project and operates under the Sarcon Development legal umbrella. Majority of the exploration work has been completed and Sarcon has applied to the Geological Survey and Mines Bureau for a mining license.

Work Sites

M1 Development

M1 is an active exploration site in Malsiripura (near Kurunegella) and is operated under Ceylon Graphite’s subsidiary JADS Enterprises.

Work Sites

H1 Development

A new site in Hakbewa on which Sarcon has commenced exploration with VLF surveys and drilling. The site is over 50 acres and has substantial surface graphite dump.

Work Sites

P1 Development

P1 in the Pasyala district this site is under EL-222. VLF work has commenced and drilling is expected to start shortly. The photograph shows a 30 ft surface vein.

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Company’s ambitious plans to mine graphite in Sri Lanka

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Graphite is a key component in lithium ion batteries, electricity storage

Bharat Parashar
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

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Ceylon Graphite Stands With Sri Lanka

April 22nd, 2019, Vancouver – Ceylon Graphite Corp. (“Ceylon Graphite”) (TSX-V: CYL) (OTC: CYLYF) (FSE: CCY) stands with the people of Sri Lanka in condemning all forms of terrorism in the wake of the terrible and heartbreaking bombings in Colombo and other parts of Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday.

“We are deeply saddened by this heinous act against the people of Sri Lanka” said Bharat Parashar, Chief Executive Officer. “Our deepest and sincere sympathies go out to all those affected at this tragic time.”

Ceylon Graphite also shares that none of its employees were directly affected by the blasts and work continues as normal.

Equity.Guru podcast: Ceylon Graphite’s (CYL.V) world-class Sri Lankan graphite connection

Ceylon, a Canadian miner, is currently developing some highly prospective properties in Sri Lanka which is known to have the highest natural purity of graphite on the market and up until the second world war, the country was the largest graphite producer on the planet.

Shortlist Announced: Mines and Money Asia Outstanding Achievement Awards

Considered to be Asia’s most prestigious mining investment awards and a highlight in the Asian mining calendar, the annual Mines and Money Outstanding Achievement Awards are where ‘the best of the best’ in the Asia Pacific region receive recognition for their achievements in the past year.