With the widespread use of chemical products in the industry, more and more organic pollutants enter the atmosphere, mainly low-boiling, volatile organic compounds(VOCs). These gases enter the atmosphere and can cause irritation to the human eye, nose and respiratory system, and damage to the internal organs.
At present, the more mature methods for treating VOC gas are adsorption, desorption, and catalytic combustion. The method has high purification efficiency, simple operation and wide application range.
Sunresin has exploited the resin for Separation and recycling of low and medium VOCs, including: alkanes, halogenated hydrocarbons, aromatic hydrocarbons, low-carbon alcohols, ketones , esters,and other organic matters.
On September 21, Jintai Lithium Industry’s Phase-Two 4000t/a lithium carbonate project undertaken by Sunresin started production. Up to now, Sunresin has completed an accumulated 7000t/a lithium carbonate for Jintai Lithium Industry.
Sunresin is delighted to announce that a Memorandum of Understanding ("MoU") has been signed with Anson Resources Limited (ASX: ASN), an Australian-based exploration and development company for industrial minerals, on a long-term alliance for the Paradox lithium project in Utah. According to the MoU, Sunresin will provide equipment, consumables, innovations and technical support services to Anson for the development, design, construction, operation and optimization of Sunresin’s proprietary Direct Lithium Extraction (DLE) technology for the production of battery-grade lithium carbonate at the Paradox project in Utah, USA.
Sunresin is pleased to enter into a Memorandum of Understanding ("MoU") with CleanTech Lithium PLC (AIM: CTL), a lithium exploration and development company in Chile, for the development of lithium extraction projects. According to the MOU, Sunresin will provide pilot scale units to be deployed to site with a view to commencing pilot scale production at Laguna Verde in Chile by early 2023, which aims to demonstrate the potential for a first phase 10,000 MT per annum commercial scale production being planned at CTL’s projects.