December 04, 2022

Scandium International’s CEO on how scandium increases heat tolerance for stronger parts

Recently during PDAC 2019, George Putnam, President, CEO and Director of Scandium International Mining Corp. (TSX: SCY), shared updates on the results from Eck Industries testing of scandium in alloys with InvestorIntel’s Tracy Weslosky.

George said: “We did an interesting announcement on results from Eck Industries which we are pretty excited about. This is a group that has been working to put scandium along with cerium into a casting alloy and they are getting spectacular results. They are really pleased with the results. Let me tell you what those results are. They are making stronger parts, but they are making parts that are much more heat tolerant. Their customers are asking for that improvement in heat tolerance and they are delivering that with a new recipe that includes scandium.”

Scandium International Mining Corp. is focused on developing its Nyngan Scandium Project, located in NSW, Australia, into the world’s first scandium-only producing mine. The project owned by the Company’s 100% held Australian subsidiary, EMC Metals Australia Pty Limited, has received all key approvals, including a mining lease, necessary to proceed with project construction.

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