Emerging Advanced Materials Company
Fully Integrated Company Producing Graphenes For Commercial Use
Pioneering Mine to Market Commercializing: Aukam Graphite to Graphene for Industry Use
- Signed an agreement with Todaq Star Program Phase 1 Corp. to supply Todaq with an aggregate of US$25,000,000 of graphite from its Aukam project in Namibia over approximately 39 months
- Initial order will be for 600 tonnes of graphite valued at US$3,000,000 payable in TODA Notes, a digital asset created as a medium for exchange and store of value, at a price of US$0.10 per TDN for an aggregate of 30 million TDN
- Initial 600 tonnes of graphite are to be delivered within 90 days
- Graphite is being purchased by Todaq to sit in reserve as a backstop to underpin the value of deployed TDN
Utilizing Aukam Graphite and Perpetuus Technology to create tires that outperform globally recognised premium tire brand:
- Rolling resistance
- Braking/grip on wet and ice roads
- Abrasion resistance
What is Graphene?
Graphene is an allotrope of carbon consisting of a single layer of carbon atoms arranged in a hexagonal lattice. It is the basic structural element of other allotropes of carbon, such as graphite and diamond.
Graphene is an “Advanced material” which at the industrial scale can greatly enhance functionalization from the largest structure to nanoscale electronics.
Graphene incorporation enables stronger, lighter smaller & faster versions of predecessors.
- Inter-facial Shear Strength, thereby reducing shear (sliding) under tension and buckling under compression
- Inter-laminar Shear Strength, allowing for increased surface roughness and wetting ability
- Fracture Toughness
- Crack Propagation
The Aukam Mine
The Aukam Graphite Project is located in southern Namibia close to the port city of Luderitz. The property is comprised of Exclusive Prospecting Licenses (EPL) 3895 and (EPL) 6710 that cover an area of 63,072 hectares (630 square kilometres) in the Karas region of southern Namibia. There is year round road access to the Aukam project from paved Highway B4 that runs between Luderitz and Keetmanshoop via district gravel roads south from the Highway. The infrastructure in the area is good with nearby power from the national grid, water from underground aquifers and a rail link to Luderitz and Keetmanshoop adjacent to Highway B4 approximately 70 km north of the project.
- Luderitz Harbour – 500m cargo & container quay
- Paved Highway
- Rail Line
- 1.5 hr from Atlantic Ocean Shoreline