International Battery Metals Ltd. (CSE:IBAT), a company that specializes in lithium extraction from oilfield brines, today announces that it has filed for patent protection at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) for a novel process to produce high purity lithium products that do not rely on electrolysis.
International Battery Metals Ltd. (CSE:IBAT), a company that specializes in lithium extraction from oilfield brines, today announces that it has filed for patent protection at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) for a novel process to produce high purity lithium products that do not rely on electrolysis. This patent application, along with previous applications will protect directly IBAT’s extraction and production process in the United States as the company also prepares to file the application internationally.
Dr. John Burba stated, “We are proud to announce the filing of a new patent application with the US Patent and Trade Mark Office. The new application covers a novel process for the production of primary high purity lithium carbonate and hydroxide. A key advantage of this unique process is that it does not rely on electrolysis to produce 99.9% to 99.99% purity lithium products.”
The patent application covers technology developed by Dr. Burba and protects the technology advancements in the Companies oilfield lithium extraction processes.
IBAT is an advanced technology company focused on lithium brine extraction. The company is in the process of creating and applying intellectual property related to lithium extraction from oilfield brines for petro-lithium extraction projects. IBAT’s unique extraction process is environmentally friendly, low cost, and has the potential to produce high-quality, commercial grade lithium at a much faster rate than the current industry standards.
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“Dr. John Burba”
President, CEO, and Director
Phone: (778) 939-4228
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