American Resources Corporation (NASDAQ: AREC) announced its development in the commercialization of its rare earth element (“REE”) electrolysis dispensation expertise.
The company enlarges gear functionality to improve the output of its moveable rare earth element dispensation plant
The company has presented in the construction stage of its earlier announced 2kW mobile electrolytic cell REE dispensation plant. In addition, in combination with its backed research partnership with Texas Tech University, it has obtained supplemental gear to improve the functionality of the electrolysis dispensation plant.
The extra gear embraces a high-performance microwave ingestion scheme, which works in combination with inductively joined plasma – optical emission spectrometry (ICP-OES) gear. The gear permits the company to break down and examine, in real-time, the REE study in several fly ash examples and other feedstock. It will then be treated and assessed to regulate most locations to send its electrolysis dispensation plant post to construct.
The company’s feed stocks generate the most maintainable supply chain for acute and rare earth reserves
American Resources’ backed study collaboration with Texas Tech University was shaped to boost the company’s skill and functioning concerning the application and cell growth of its electrolysis capability.
Mark Jensen, CEO of American Resources Corporation, commented, “The progression and development of our rare earth element process chain is tremendously thrilling for us. We feel it’s at the vanguard of rare earth element novelty, which is acute for generating a robust national supply chain.”
Jensen added, “This additional gear we are adding to our electrolysis technique and examination is crucial as we advance with our mobile electrolysis skill where we send our moveable facility for further examination post our initial examination of feedstock examples sent to our technical partners through our fly ash specimen package.”
American Resources endures aggressively progress its knowledge collection towards commercialization to position its moveable electrolysis ability into the arena by early next year. The company will deliver clearness on specific stages and additional indicators of the shape and examination process in combination with its backed research and fly ash specimen agendas.