Ceylon Graphite expertise at work

Ceylon Graphite is a public graphite 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 the world graphite production. These exploration grids represent the majority of known historic graphite resources in Sri Lanka. The relevant areas in which these grids reside have previously had historical production dating back to the 1920s and 1930s.

Sri Lanka is the only area that produces commercial quantities of Vein graphite, which is also known by the names Ceylon graphite, Sri Lankan graphite, Plumbago and crystalline vein. As Sri Lanka’s premier graphite company, we aim to help the country tap this top resource as Sri Lanka has the highest quality of vein graphite which is believed to be formed by hydrothermal fluids. It is said that graphite has been used locally as far back as the middle of the 1600s.

We currently have four graphite exploration sites where some have already commenced drilling and others to be commenced soon. Our graphite company has a 121 square kilometre land package in Sri Lanka, with each of the four above mentioned four sites promising different levels of production, all of which is thoroughly exciting for the future of both the Ceylon graphite company and the Sri Lankan graphite industry as a whole.

Graphite on its own may not seem very excite-worthy, as it is mostly associated with pencils and lubricants. However, today graphite has become a very important component for modern requirements such as lithium-ion batteries. It is one of the fastest growing uses of graphite as so far, no substitutes have been found. Graphite is widely used in most consumer electronics such as mobile phones, laptops, tablets and media players. Our aim to supply premium quality vein graphite to industries enabling the creating of high value products and creating employment via the mining operations.

As a premier graphite company in Sri Lanka we take immense pride in being named the Asia Pacific Exploration Mining Company of the Year 2018, by peers in the Asian mining community and a panel of expert judges. It is in recognition of the extensive exploration work we have carried out in Sri Lanka over the past year. It also recognizes the hard work put in by our invaluable employees. Such acknowledgement encourages us to do more and accelerate our efforts to develop our mining properties with the lowest cost.

There are numerous theories regarding the origins of vein graphite while its name refers to the fact that it is a ‘true vein mineral’ found in veins and fissures in ore rock. This is why Sri Lankan graphite is one of the purest form of graphite to be found commercially. Thanks to this purity vein graphite milling and refining costs are kept low.

Our aim is to continue our innovative mining work to ensure that Sri Lanka benefits from this valuable mineral that is so essential in today’s modern world. It is a key element in electrodes, batteries, and solar panels, hence the increase in global graphite prices. Sri Lanka needs to enjoy the benefits of this increasing global demand, which is why we were thrilled last year, when the graphite obtained from our K1 site was certified by Dorfner ANZAPLAN as upgradeable and meeting with the specifications of marketable battery grade graphite. It puts us on the path to becoming a relevant player in the graphite market.

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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Ceylon Graphite granted Industrial Mining License for Sri Lankan K-1 Project

Ceylon Graphite (CVE: CYL) CEO Bharat Parashar joined Steve Darling from Proactive Vancouver on Skype to talk about the company receiving their Industrial Mining License.

Ceylon Graphite Announces Mining License for K1

Ceylon Graphite Corp today announced that its wholly owned subsidiary Sarcon Development (Pvt) Ltd has been granted an Industrial Mining License Category A for its K1 Graphite Mining Project at Karasnagla, Sri Lanka.

Ceylon Graphite M1 Assay Results Show 99.2% Carbon Content

Ceylon Graphite Corp. is pleased to announce that it has received assay results of laboratory testing of graphite samples taken downhole in the shaft at its M1 site in the Malsiripura area in Sri Lanka.