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18 Postings, 3998 Tage THE MEXICANNEWS

 
  
    
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19.01.11 19:05
Dec 22, 2010 (TheNewswire.ca via COMTEX News Network) --
(via Thenewswire.ca)
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, December 22, 2010 - Rock Tech Lithium Inc. (TSX-Venture: RCK; Frankfurt: RJIA) (the "Company" or "Rock Tech") is pleased to provide a review and update for 2010 and an outline of its operational plans for 2011.
At the Company's advanced-stage Georgia Lake project, the first phase of its planned drill program has commenced. Trow Engineering ("Trow") is currently conducting a baseline environmental study and, on December 7, 2010, Cobra Drilling Limited ("Cobra") started on the first 4,000 metres of NQ-sized diamond core drilling. Three drill holes have been completed at the Aumacho Claim Block and the core samples have been submitted to SGS Laboratories ("SGS") in Toronto for chemical assaying. The objective of the first phase of the drill program is to advance the historic resource of approximately 9.8 million tons with an average grade of 1.18% lithium oxide to a National Instrument (NI) 43-101 compliant resource. Based on consultation with Caracle Creek International Consulting ("CCIC"), the Company is targeting completion by June 2011.
Permits for road construction to the Nama Creek Claim Block have been granted and road work will continue until December 23, 2010, and recommence on January 3, 2011. Upon completion of the approximately two kilometre road, Cobra will mobilize drill rigs onto the Nama Creek Claim Block and commence drilling.
Subject to weather conditions and granting of requisite permits, the Company has set the following timeline for the exploration program at its Georgia Lake lithium and rare metals project for the first six months of 2011:
-A three dimensional model of the Georgia Lake deposit is to be completed by CCIC by the third week of January 2011. The model is based on historic drill data and new chemical assay results will be added into the model as they are received from SGS.
-Results of the environmental baseline study will be available by mid-February 2011, and further environmental field work will be conducted in the spring of 2011, with results to follow 2 months thereafter.
-Completion of 4,000 metres of diamond core drilling to be completed by the end of February 2011. Sample assay results will be available starting near the end of January 2011, with the final set of sample assay results being completed by the end of April 2011.
-Bulk sampling for metallurgical testing to be collected by the third week of January 2011, with the scoping study to produce battery quality lithium carbonate to be completed by the end of May 2011 by SGS.
-NI 43-101 compliant resource estimate to be available by June 2011.
Subsequent to the completion of the first phase of the exploration program will be the execution of approximately 7,000 metres of diamond drilling with the objective of expanding the resource at the Georgia Lake lithium and rare metals project. The Company is targeting the start of a pre-feasibility study by December 2011.
In addition to these operational activities, the Company has commenced dialogue with the First Nations groups in the Thunder Bay-Beardmore region. The Georgia Lake properties are located on Crown land; however, this land is classified as Traditional Lands as First Nations community members use the area for hunting, fishing, fur trapping and other activities paramount to their survival and way of life. In recognition and respect of the First Nations groups, Rock Tech management and directors have engaged the Chiefs and/or Councils to determine means of working in cooperation with them. The Company's objective is to balance the economic and social needs and interests of the local community members while developing the project to maximize shareholder value.
Recently, the Company announced the acquisition of 630 claims covering 31,049 hectares in the Val d'Or Region of Quebec, and 376 claims covering 19,826 hectares in the Eastmain Region (James Bay, Quebec). Combined with the 123 claims covering 6,433 hectares the Company already holds in the Kapiwak Pegmatite Zone in the Eastmain Region, it brings the Company's lithium claims total in Quebec to 1,129, covering a total area of 57,308 hectares.
The James Bay Region is a new lithium discovery region, with Lithium One Inc. (TSX-V: LI), First Gold Exploration Inc. (TSX-V: EFG), Nemaska Exploration Inc. (TSX-V: NMX), and Dios Exploration Inc. (TSX-V: DOS) / Sirios Resources Inc. (TSX-V: SOI) having made discoveries. The Val d'Or area is a historic mining region for gold and lithium, where Canada Lithium Inc. (TSX-V: CLQ) will be reactivating a past producing lithium mine into production within the next 2 years.
In 2011, the Company's plans for its Quebec projects include geophysical work, geological mapping, ground sampling and trenching. From a corporate strategic perspective, Rock Tech will be seeking partnerships to expedite the development of its Quebec lithium projects, but will only do so under the appropriate terms and conditions.
Company President and CEO, Eunho Lee, commented, "Rock Tech Lithium Inc. has implemented a focused strategy to develop its Georgia Lake lithium and rare metals project with specific targets and milestones expected to be achieved as outlined by our Operations team in this news release. As well, the expression of interest from potential strategic partners to develop all of our assets, including our Quebec properties, is providing us with the impetus to aggressively pursue these opportunities. The Company is well financed and the execution of our operational plans is led by highly qualified and skilled personnel and consultants, so we are pleased about the prospects of building Rock Tech into a global leader in the lithium and rare metals exploration space. 2010 was a challenging year, and we are excited about the challenges that lay ahead of us in 2011."
Technical information of this news release has been reviewed by Afzaal Pirzada, P.Geo., Vice President, Exploration of the Company and a Qualified Person as defined in NI43-101.
ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
"Eunho Lee"
Eunho Lee
Director, President and CEO
For more information, please contact:
Brad Barnett
Controller and Senior Manager, Business Affairs
Rock Tech Lithium Inc.
789 West Pender Street, Suite 1205
Vancouver, B.C., V6C 1H2
Telephone: (604) 688-1140
Facsimile: (604) 688-1173
Email: info@rocktechlithium.com
Disclaimer and Cautionary Statement Regarding Forward-Looking Information
Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this press release. This news release shall not constitute an offer to sell or the solicitation of an offer to buy securities in any jurisdiction.
*The historical resource estimates cited in this press release are taken from the Ontario Department of Mines Geological Report No. 31 titled, "Geology and Lithium Deposits of Georgia Lake Area", by E.G. Pye, 1965. The author of the report took resource estimates from the assessment reports filed by previous operators and other available sources. The company believes that the estimate is relevant to an appraisal of the merits of the property because it was based on drilling, trenching and other exploration work in each claim block on the property and because there is no evidence of any subsequent resource estimation work on the property. No additional recent data on resource estimates are available in the public domain. No additional work has been completed by a qualified person to classify the historical resource estimate as a current resource or reserve. The company is not treating the historical resource as a current mineral resource or reserve. The historical resource estimate should not be relied on and does not comply with NI43-101 standards. Rock Tech Lithium Inc. seeks safe harbor.
Copyright (c) 2010 Thenewswire.ca - All rights reserved.  

18 Postings, 3998 Tage THE MEXICANNews ...siehe Homepage von Rock Tech...01.02.11

 
  
    
01.02.11 17:19
01FEB2011
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, February 1, 2011 ? Rock Tech Lithium Inc. (TSX-Venture: RCK; Frankfurt: RJIA) (the ?Company? or ?Rock Tech?) is pleased to announce that its drill program at its Georgia Lake is progressing as scheduled.
Drilling recommenced on January 9, 2011 following the Christmas break. A total of 11 drill holes have been completed to date with 1,268 metres diamond core drilling, of which 3 drill holes were completed before the Christmas break. A second drill rig has been mobilized to the site to expedite drilling and subsequent NI 43-101 compliant resource estimation. The Company is on target to complete 4,000 metres of diamond core drilling by the end of February 2011. Bulk sample for metallurgical testing will be collected in the second week of February and will be tested to produce battery quality lithium carbonate by the end of May 2011.
The three dimensional modeling of the Nama Creek deposit has been completed by Caracle Creek International Consulting (?CCIC?). The visual model is available on the Company?s website, http://www.rocktechlithium.com/properties/...ke-nw-ontario/3d-models. The 3D models for the other deposits at Georgia Lake are currently being developed, and as they are completed, they will be posted on the Company?s website. The results of the environmental baseline study will be available by mid-February 2011, and further environmental field work will be conducted in the spring of 2011, with results to follow 2 months thereafter. The Company is on target for delivery of NI 43-101 compliant resource estimate by June 2011.
Drill hole summary based on drill logs is provided in the following table.
Drill Hole ID
Pegmatite Dyke Name
Azimuth (degrees)
Dip (angle)
Total depth (m)
Lithology
   CW11-01    Conway       121       -55    169.70§Intersected 8.60 metres thick pegmatite at 136.40 metres with up to 15% spodumene
   CW11-02    Conway       128       -55    130.83§Intersected 2 pegmatite dykes; 11.25 metres at 87.60 metres and 9.70 metres at 107.45 metres with up to 5% spodumene
   CW11-03    Conway       119       -55    101.00§Intersected 10.90 metres thick pegmatite at 77.50 metres with up to 10% spodumene
   CW11-04    Conway       120       -55    154.30§Intersected 12.80 metres thick pegmatite at 124.70 metres with 5% to 10% spodumene
  L6-11-01§Nama Creek (Line 60) 102 -55 125.00 Intersected 2 pegmatite dykes; 6.62 metres at 24.78 metres with up to 3% spodumene and 6.40 metres at 41.03 metres with spodumene up to 10%
  L6-11-02§Nama Creek (Line 60) 102 -55 160.70 Intersected 21.08 metres thick pegmatite dyke at 117.30 metres with spodumene content up to 3%
   HW11-01§Nama Creek Harricana West 94 -55 122.00 Intersected 2 pegmatite dykes; 7.17 metres at 70.23 metres and 2.28 metres at 82.72 metres with up to 15% spodumene
   HW11-02§Nama Creek Harricana West 104 -55 173.40 Intersected 2 pegmatite dykes; 10.18 metres at 58.32 metres with up to 10% spodumene and 3.45 metres at 102.50 metres with up to 5% spodumene
    AM10-1   Aumacho       110       -50     71.00§Intersected 2 pegmatite dykes; 6.02 metres at 21.03 metres with up to 10% spodumene and 3.60 metres at 54.90 metres with low spodumene
   AM10-02   Aumacho       140       -50     58.75§Intersected 2 pegmatite dykes; 3.43 metres at 37.77 metres with up to 20% spodumene and 2.85 metres at 45.55 metres with up to 15% spodumene
   AM10-03   Aumacho       150       -50     70.65§No spodumene pegmatite intersected
Caution: The spodumene contents in the pegmatite dykes are estimates and may not directly correlate with lithium oxide grades. Assay results are pending. (source: Caracle Creek International Consulting)
Eunho Lee commented, ?Most of the drill holes at Nama Creek and Conway were placed within close proximity of spodumene bearing pegmatite zones that were intersected in historical drill holes. We are very encouraged by the drill log data provided by CCIC as they confirm the historical drill core data from these areas. Pegmatite zone ranges in thickness from 2.85 metres to 21.08 metres, with spodumene content of <3% to 15%. We are now patiently and anxiously waiting for chemical assay results to be returned to us so that we can confirm lithium oxide grades."
Quality Assurance and Quality Control Methods
Drill cores are being logged by CCIC?s geological team utilizing strict quality control procedures for core handling, measuring, observation recording and sample shipping to the laboratories. When core has been logged, the section to be sampled are split and bagged; and 10% standards, blanks and duplicates are inserted in each batch shipped to SGS Mineral Services laboratories in Toronto which is a Canadian ISO 17025 accredited laboratory. The retained halves of the split core are replaced in their original boxes and stored. The samples are being assayed using ICM 90A package for multi elemental analysis by sodium peroxide fusion/ICP-AES and ICP-MS analysis, and whole rock analysis using XRF76C (Meta-Tetraborate fusion / XRF analysis). Selected samples from pegmatites and the host rocks are also being tested for specific gravity using method PHY03B ? Air Picnometer which will be used for resource estimation.
Based on historical exploration data, the Nama Creek 3 dimensional model created by CCIC is ready and is being used for future drill hole planning. The drill holes are being placed either to twin a historical drill hole or to fill the data gap.
Technical information of this news release has been reviewed by Afzaal Pirzada, P.Geo., Vice President, Exploration of the Company and a Qualified Person as defined in NI43-101.
ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
?Eunho Lee?
Eunho Lee
Director, President and CEO
For more information, please contact:
Brad Barnett
Controller and Senior Manager, Business Affairs
Rock Tech Lithium Inc.
789 West Pender Street, Suite 1205
Vancouver, B.C., V6C 1H2
Telephone: (604) 688-1140
Facsimile: (604) 688-1173
Email: info@rocktechlithium.com
Disclaimer and Cautionary Statement Regarding Forward-Looking Information
Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this press release. This news release shall not constitute an offer to sell or the solicitation of an offer to buy securities in any jurisdiction. The spodumene contents in the pegmatite dykes as reported in this press release are estimates and may not directly correlate with lithium oxide grades. Assay results are pending.
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15.03.11 21:11
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, March 15, 2011 ? Rock Tech Lithium Inc. (TSX-Venture: RCK; Frankfurt: RJIA) (the ?Company? or ?Rock Tech?) is pleased to announce that it has received assay results for nine drill holes as part of its 2010-2011 exploration program at its Georgia Lake lithium project. The assay results include 1.21% lithium oxide (Li2O) over 10.90 metres in drill hole CW11-03, 1.33% Li2O and 1.08% Li2O over 5.90 metres and 6.40 metres in drill hole L6-11-01 and 1.06% Li2O over 4.33 metres in drill hole AM10-02. The drill holes on the Aumacho claim block returned anomalous values of cesium and rubidium including 899 grams/tonne (g/t) cesium and 6,199 g/t rubidium over 6.02 metres in drill hole AM10-01.
These drill holes were completed on the Conway, Aumacho and Nama Creek (Line 60 dyke) claim blocks. Highlighted results from each claim block are summarized below:
Conway Claim Block
Drill Hole CW11-01 intersected 0.94% Li2O over 7.98 metres at a depth of 137.00 metres, including 1.04% Li2O over 2.00 metres and 2.24% Li2O over 1.00 metre.
Drill Hole CW11-02 intersected 0.76% Li2O over 2.00 metres at a depth of 93.60 metres, including 0.69% Li2O over 5.15 metres and 1.51% Li2O over 1.30 metres.
Drill Hole CW11-03 intersected 1.21% Li2O over 10.90 metres at a depth of 77.55 metres, including 1.62% Li2O over 5.00 metres.
Drill Hole CW11-04 intersected 0.78% Li2O over 6.00 metres at a depth of 24.78 metres, including 1.50% Li2O and 1.26% Li2O over 1.00 metre.
Nama Creek (Line 60) Claim Block
Drill Hole L6-11-01 intersected 1.33% Li2O over 5.90 metres at a depth of 24.78 metres, including 1.08% Li2O over 6.40 metres and 1.56% Li2O over 3.00 metres.
Drill Hole L6-11-02 intersected 0.60% Li2O over 3.00 metres at a depth of 130.3 metres.
Aumacho Claim Block
Drill Hole AM10-01 intersected 899 g/t cesium oxide and 6,199 g/t rubidium oxide over 6.02 metres at a depth of 21.03 metres.
Drill Hole AM10-02 intersected 1.06% Li2O, 435 g/t cesium oxide, 155 g/t niobium oxide, 117 g/t tantalum oxide and 2,211 g/t rubidium oxide over 4.33 metres at a depth of 37.77 metres.
Company President and CEO, Eunho Lee, commented ?We are very pleased with both the progress of our exploration program and the assay results received thus far. The Company is quickly moving towards confirming the historical exploration data comprised of over 33,000 metres of diamond drilling over 200 drill holes. We are on target for having an NI 43-101 compliant resource estimate by the end of June 2011 and look forward to advancing the Georgia Lake project through the next stages of development. Additionally, the Aumacho claim block is standing out as a potential rare metals project.?
The drill targets at Georgia Lake are based on the three dimensional model developed by Caracle Creek International Consulting. The objective of the current drill program is to bring the historic resource of 9,777,807 tons, with a weighted average of 1.18% Li2O, to NI 43-101 standards. To that end, the Company has completed 4,023 metres of a 7,000 metre program. As assay results are received by the Company, they will be presented in subsequent press releases.
A one-ton bulk sample has been sent to SGS Metallurgical Laboratories in Lakefield, Ontario. This sample will be tested for the potential to produce battery-quality lithium carbonate. The Company expects to receive results of the metallurgical analysis by the end of May 2011.  

18 Postings, 3998 Tage THE MEXICANNeue Kapitalgeber...

 
  
    
06.04.11 20:25
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Vancouver, BC, Canada ? April 6, 2011 ? Rock Tech Lithium Inc. (the ?Company?) (TSX-Venture: RCK, Frankfurt: RJIA and Pinksheets: RCKTF) is pleased to announce that it has entered into an engagement with Mackie Research Capital Corporation, and German-based, Silvia Quandt & Cie. AG, acting as a tight agent for German-based biw Bank, whereby they have agreed to act as co-lead agents (the ?Agents?), to offer for sale, on a best efforts private placement basis of gross proceeds up to $5,300,000 (the ?Offering?). The Offering will consist of up to $3,500,000 non-flow-through units of the Company (the ?Units?), at a price of $0.25 per unit, and of up to $1,800,000 flow-through units of the Company (the ?Flow-Through Units?) at a price of $0.30 per unit.
Each non-flow-through unit will consist of one non-flow-through common share of the Company and one half of one share purchase warrant. Each flow-through unit will consist of one flow-through common share and one half of one share purchase warrant. Each full warrant will entitle the holder to purchase an additional non-flow-through common share at a price of $0.60 per share for a period of 24 months from the date of closing.
The Company has granted to the Agents, an over-allotment option to purchase up to an additional 2,100,000 non-flow-through units and 900,000 flow-through units, exercisable at any time up to 48 hours prior to the closing of the offering.
In consideration for their services, the Agents will receive a cash commission of 7.0% of the gross proceeds of the Offering. In addition, the Agents will receive non-transferable compensation options (the ?Compensation Options?) entitling the holders to acquire that number of non-flow-through units equal to 7.0% of the number of Units and Flow-Through Units sold under the private placement, exercisable at $0.30 per Compensation Option, for a period of 24 months from the date of closing.
The closing of the private placement is subject to regulatory approval including that of the TSX Venture Exchange. All securities issued will be subject to a four month hold period.
The proceeds of the private placement will be used for the further exploration and development of the Company?s Georgia Lake Project (NW Ontario), Kapiwak Project (James Bay Region, Quebec) and Lacorne Project (Val d?Or Region, Quebec) and working capital purposes. More specifically, Rock Tech will allocate majority of the capital resources for the next phase of the exploration program at Georgia Lake, advancing the project beyond its independent NI43-101 resource estimate that it expects to receive from Caracle Creek Consulting International at the end of June 2011. The next phase will entail a drill program to update the anticipated NI43-101 resource and to commence a Pre-Feasibility Study by December 2011.
This press release does not constitute an offer to sell or the solicitation of an offer to buy any securities in the United States or in any other jurisdiction. The securities have not been, nor will they be, registered under the U.S. Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the ?U.S. Securities act?), and may not be offered or sold in the United States or to, or for the account or benefit of, U.S. persons absent registration or an applicable exemption from the registration requirements.
ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
?Eunho Lee?
Eunho Lee
Director, President and CEO
For more information, please contact:
Eunho Lee
Director, President and CEO
Rock Tech Lithium Inc.
789 West Pender Street, Suite 1205 | Vancouver, B.C., V6C 1H2
Telephone: (604) 688-1140 | Facsimile: (604) 688-1173
Email: info@rocktechlithium.com | www.rocktecklithium.com
Disclaimer and Cautionary Statement Regarding Forward-Looking Information
Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.
Statements included in this announcement, including statements concerning our plans, intentions and expectations, which are not historical in nature are intended to be, and are hereby identified as, ?forward?looking statements?. Forward?looking statements may be identified by words including ?anticipates?, ?believes?, ?intends?, ?estimates?, ?expects? and similar expressions. The Company cautions readers that forward?looking statements, including without limitation those relating to the Company?s future operations and business prospects, are subject to certain risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those indicated in the forward?looking statements.
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18 Postings, 3998 Tage THE MEXICANSilva Quandt/BMW beteiligt sich ....

 
  
    
21.05.11 07:57
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, May 20, 2011 ? Rock Tech Lithium Inc. (TSX-Venture: RCK; Frankfurt: RJIA (the ?Company? or ?Rock Tech?), further to its previous announcement on April 6, 2011, is pleased to announce the closing of the first tranche of its brokered private placement (the ?Offering?) consisting of 3,883,400 flow-through units of the Company at a price of $0.30 per unit and 10,460,000 non-flow-through units of the Company at a price of $0.25 per unit for aggregate gross proceeds of $3,780,020.
Each flow-through unit consists of one flow-through common share of the Company and one half of one share purchase warrant. Each non-flow-through unit consists of one non-flow-through common share of the Company and one half of one share purchase warrant. Each full warrant entitles the holder to purchase one additional common share of the Company at a price of $0.60 per share for a period of 24 months, expiring at 4:30pm (Pacific Daylight Time, GMT-8) on May 19, 2013.
Mackie Research Capital Corporation acted as lead agent along with German based Silvia Quandt & Cie. AG acting as tight agent for German based biw Bank on behalf of a syndicate of agents (the ?Agents?) in connection with the Offering. The Agents received an aggregate cash commission equal to 7% of the gross proceeds and broker warrants entitling the holders to acquire an aggregate of 1,242,038 units of the Company at an exercise price of $0.30 per unit until 4:30 pm (Pacific Daylight Time, GMT-8) on May 19, 2013. Such units issued under the broker?s warrants consist of one common share of the Company and one half of one share purchase warrant, with each full warrant entitling the holder thereof to purchase one additional share of the Company at a price of $0.60 per share for a period of 24 months, expiring at 4:30 PM (Pacific Daylight Time, GMT-8) on May 19, 2013.
All securities issued in connection with the Offering are subject to a four month and a day hold period until September 20, 2011.
Rock Tech expects to close on the second tranche of the financing announced on April 6, 2011 in a timely manner.
The proceeds of the Offering will be used for the second phase of the Company?s exploration program at Georgia Lake entailing 11,000 metres of diamond core drilling and initiation of a Preliminary Economic Assessment, for conducting geophysical work and surface exploration at the Company?s two Quebec lithium projects (the Kapiwak project in the James Bay Region and the Lacorne project in the Val d?Or Region) and for general working capital purposes.
On behalf of the Board of Directors,
?Eunho Lee?
President, CEO and Director  

18 Postings, 3998 Tage THE MEXICANDer nächste Investor...

 
  
    
25.05.11 20:00
Vancouver, British Columbia, May 24, 2011 ? Rock Tech Lithium Inc. (the ?Company?) (TSX-Venture: RCK; Frankfurt: RJIA) announces, pursuant to a private placement closed on May 19, 2011, IFOS Internationale Fonds Service AG has acquired ownership and control over 6,000,000 units of the Company (representing approximately 7.25% of the issued and outstanding common shares on a non-diluted basis), at a price of $0.25 per unit for aggregate consideration of $1,500,000.00 CAD. Each unit consists of one common share of the Company and one half of one common share purchase warrant, each whole warrant entitling the holder thereof to acquire one additional common share of the Company at a price of $0.60 per share for a period of 24 months ending May 19, 2013.
Following the acquisition, IFOS Internationale Fonds Service AG has ownership and control over 11,005,000 common shares of the Company, representing 13.32% of the issued and outstanding shares, and 3,000,000 share purchase warrants (14,005,000 common shares of the Company, representing approximately 15.59% of the issued and outstanding common shares, assuming exercise of all of the warrants).
IFOS Internationale Fonds Service AG has acquired the shares for investment purposes and has no present intention to acquire further securities of the Company though reserves the right to acquire or dispose of securities of the Company in the future either through the open market, privately or otherwise, as circumstances or market conditions warrant.
A copy of the Early Warning Report has been filed with the applicable securities regulators regarding the above acquisition and is available on SEDAR (www.sedar.com).
On behalf of the Board of Directors,
?Eunho Lee?
President, CEO and Director  

18 Postings, 3998 Tage THE MEXICANBestätigung des Abbaupotentials...

 
  
    
27.06.11 20:09
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, June 27, 2011 ? Rock Tech Lithium Inc. (TSX-Venture: RCK; Frankfurt: RJIA; Pink Sheets: RCKTF) (the ?Company? or ?Rock Tech?) is pleased to announce the preliminary results from its metallurgical tests conducted on a bulk sample taken from its Georgia Lake lithium project.
Highlights of these tests include the following:
Lithium carbonate (Li2CO3) with purity of 99.96%.
A high-grade spodumene concentrate of 6.2% lithium oxide (Li2O), with a 75.5% spodumene recovery rate utilizing heavy liquid separation (HLS).
A high-grade spodumene concentrate of 6.2% Li2O, with an 81.5% spodumene recovery rate utilizing floatation testing.
Though specification for lithium carbonate (Li2CO3) purity varies among battery manufacturers, purity must meet or exceed a minimum of 99.5%. Applying the standard Li2CO3 hydrometallurgical flow sheet, without any optimization of the Georgia Lake bulk samples, the purity level of >99.96% Li2CO3 that was achieved, according to SGS Mineral Services, is an excellent result for the first attempt at producing lithium carbonate.
Company President and CEO, Eunho Lee, commented, ?The preliminary metallurgical test results have exceeded our expectations. The results indicate, through a Heavy Liquid Separation operation, a high-grade concentrate with high rates of recovery can be generated, indicating the potential for significant savings on future capital and operating expenses. We are extremely pleased with the purity of the lithium carbonate that was produced. These results provide us with the platform upon which we can advance discussions with potential battery manufacturers. Additionally, with process optimization and on-going research and testing by SGS Lakefield, we can look forward to potentially higher purity levels of lithium carbonate. The results of the metallurgical test marks the achievement of a major milestone for Rock Tech and its shareholders.?
About Metallurgy Test
A bulk sample of approximately 800 kilograms was sent to SGS Mineral Services (Lakefield, Ontario) laboratories at the end February 2011. The sample was a mixture of blasted surface and drill core spodumene pegmatite material from the Nama Creek Main Zone. The blasted rock sample was collected from three different locations; similarly, the drill core sample was collected by drilling 3 NQ sized short drill holes ranging in depth from 32 metres to 47 metres below ground surface. All samples were initially crushed to a ½ inch and approximately 75 kilograms of each crushed sample was removed and further crushed to a -6 mesh powder. A subsample was taken from the -6 mesh powder sample and submitted for HLS and floatation testing. HLS methodology resulted in 75.5% recovery with 6.2% Li2O on high grade samples (i.e., >1.6% Li2O) and 68.2% recovery with 6.3% Li2O on lower grade samples (i.e., 0.69% Li2O) indicating consistency of metallurgical behaviour of spodumene pegmatite material from the Georgia Lake Nama Creek Main Zone. The lithium loss in HLS test was low (about 1.1% based on the original head composite.
In parallel to HLS testing, floatation testing was performed on the whole composite resulted in a recovery of 81.5% spodumene concentrate grading 6.15% Li2O. The remaining 18.5 % lithium was lost in the spodumene scavenger tail, mica concentrate, combined slimes and cyclone overflow.
The standard lithium carbonate hydrometallurgical flow sheet (see below) was applied to the low iron concentrate sample produced by SGS Mineral Services. The objective of the exercise was to produce the first market sample of Li2CO3.  

101 Postings, 3798 Tage UmlandusReinheit von 99,988%

 
  
    
22.09.11 08:30
Rock Tech produziert Lithiumkarbonat mit einer Reinheit von 99,988%

Vancouver, British Columbia, Kanada, 21. September 2011 ? Rock Tech Lithium Inc. (TSX-Venture: RCK;
Frankfurt: RJIA; Pink Sheets: RCKTF) (das ?Unternehmen? oder ?Rock Tech?) ist erfreut bekannt geben
zu können, dass das Unternehmen es geschafft hat, die Qualität seiner metallurgischen Proben weiter
zu verbessern und einen Reinheitsgrad von 99,988% Lithiumkarbonat (Li2CO3) erreichen konnte. Die
Proben stammen aus dem zu 100% in Eigenbesitz befindlichem Georgia Lake Projekt im Thunder Bay Mining
Distrikt im Nordwesten Ontarios. Die vorläufigen Ergebnisse aus den metallurgischen Tests, bekanntgegeben
am 27. Juni 2011, ergaben eine Probe mit 99,96% Li2CO3.

Ein Hydrometallurgisches Standardfließbild wurde benutzt, einschließlich Konzentratlauge, primäre
und sekundäre Fremdkörperentfernung, Ionenaustausch, Lithiumkarbonatablagerung und Bikarbonatschönung.
Die Schlüsselergebnisse bezogen auf diesen sechsstufigen Prozess können dem auf der Webseite des
Unternehmens veröffentlichten detaillierten Bericht  entnommen werden (www.rocktechlithium.com).

Das Hauptziel des Testprogramms war festzustellen, ob eine hochwertige Lithiumcarbonat Probe von
drei konzentrierten Proben durch schwere Flüssig-Trennung (HLS) und Flotation generiert hergestellt
werden kann. Der erste Versuch produzierte ein Li2CO3 Produkt mit einer Reinheit von 99,963%. Nach
der Verarbeitung der Probe durch das Herausstellen des Bicarbonat, wurde ein Li2CO3 Produkt mit einer
Reinheit von 99,988% produziert. Obwohl die Spezifikation für die Lithiumcarbonat Reinheit zwischen
Batterie-Herstellern variiert, muss die Reinheit die 99,5%-Schwelle erreichen.

Die Proben wurden bei SGS Lakefield Mineral Services, unter der Leitung von Senior Metallurgen Massoud
Aghamirian, Ph.D. und Stephen Mackie, Ph.D, verarbeitet.

Der Company Präsident und CEO, Eunho Lee, kommentierte: "Wir sind sehr zufrieden mit den Ergebnissen
der hydrometallurgischen Studie, die in Zusammenarbeit mit SGS Lakefield durchgeführt wurden. Die
Studie zeigt deutlich, dass ein qualitativ hochwertiges Batterie- Lithiumcarbonat Produkt aus den
Lithium-Pegmatiten, die auf bei Rock Tech?s Georgia Lake Projekt gefunden wurden, hergestellt werden
kann. "

Zusätzlich zu den hydrometallurgischen Ergebnissen, ist das Unternehmen erfreut, die Ergebnisse der
restlichen 22 Bohrlöcher aus dem Wintersaison 2010/2011 Explorations-Programm, das fast 8.000 Meter
Diamant-Bohrungen auf dem Nama Creek und Conway Claim durchführte, bereitzustellen.

Höhepunkte der Bohrergebnisse sind wie folgt (die wahren Weiten der Bohrabschnitte können geringer
sein als die berichteten Abschnitte) und stehen im Einklang mit historischen Bohrergebnissen:

         ?§Bohrloch NC11-14 - durchschnitt 10,55m bei 1,22% Lithiumoxid (Li2O), 458 ppm Berylliumoxid (BeO)
und 854 ppm Rubidiumoxid (Rb2O); sowie vier kleinere Abschnitte 1 bis 3 m breit mit 0,35% bis 1,14%
Li2O und anomale Werte von anderen seltenen Metallen.

         ?§Bohrloch NS11-01 - durchschnitt 12,75 m mit 0,9% Li2O, 450 ppm BeO und 790 ppm Rb2O, eine zweite
Durchschneidung umfasst 2,25 m bei 1,0% Li2O, 341 ppm BeO, 116 ppm Nioboxid (Nb2O5) und 1.329 ppm
Rb2O.

         ?§Bohrloch NS11-02 - durchschnitt 4,12 m mit 1,37% Li2O, 459 ppm BeO und 993 ppm Rb2O, eine zweite
Durchschneidung umfasst 4,45 m bei 1,20% Li2O, 442 ppm BeO und 768 ppm Rb2O.

         ?§Bohrloch PL11-01 - durchschnitt 6,29m bei 2,0% Li2O, 400 ppm BeO, 111ppm Nb2O5 und 563 ppm
Rb2O.

         ?§Bohrloch CW11-09 - durchschnitt 10,25 m bei 0,9% Li2O, 315 ppm BeO und 1,029 ppm Rb2O.

         ?§Bohrloch NC11-07 - durchschnitt 6,70 m mit 1,39% Li2O, 423 ppm BeO und 988 ppm Rb2O.

Die Ergebnisse sind in der folgenden Tabelle (die wahren Weiten der Bohrabschnitte können geringer
sein als die berichteten Abschnitte) zusammengefasst:

Bohrloch ID Claim Block/ Dyke von bis Weite Li2O BeO Cs2O Nb2O5 Ta2O5 Rb2O
                         Meter     Meter     Meter         %       ppm       ppm       ppm       ppm       ppm§
   PL11-01§Parole Lake Dyke 198,47 204,76 6,29 2,00 400 18 111 39 563
   PL11-02§Parole Lake Dyke 149,25 154,00 4,75 1,40 461 26 108 57 746
   HW11-05§Nama Creek West Dyke 44,40 49,23 4,83 1,20 435 63 42 45 843
                        123,54    126,13      2,59      0,85       362        53        31        17       718§
   HW11-06§Nama Creek West Dyke 36,54 41,68 5,14 1,23 471 52 32 29 831
                        134,45    136,70      2,25      1,03       387        45        27        18       792§
   NS11-01§Nama Creek South Dyke 85,88 88,13 2,25 1,00 341 77 116 191 1329
                        179,80    192,55     12,75      0,90       450        49        44        35       790§
   NS11-02§Nama Creek South Dyke 67,85 71,97 4,12 1,37 459 56 71 67 993
                         81,53     85,98      4,45      1,20       442        84        84        58       768§
   NS11-03§Nama Creek South Dyke 98,86 100,46 1,60 0,94 404 55 79 69 1175
                        101,46    104,46      3,00      1,03       419        47        31        18       848§
                        116,02    118,02      2,00      1,29       489        40        75        39       664§
   NS11-04§Nama Creek South Dyke 94,85 98,52 3,67 0,82 281 55 53 43 616
                        108,15    109,05      0,90      0,52       353        32        94       141       616§
                        207,50    209,50      2,00      0,50       513        36        37        22       551§
   CW11-05§Conway Main Dyke 122,42 128,05 5,63 1,00 414 53 41 30 998
                        132,68    133,68      1,00      0,63       278        56        42        42      1121§
   CW11-07§Conway Main Dyke 92,69 94,69 2,00 0,54 232 58 22 17 1313
                        127,41    132,41      5,00      0,73       316        61        41        36      1111§
   CW11-08§Conway Main Dyke 162,80 167,80 5,00 1,15 345 53 29 20 1145
                        169,80    170,60      0,80      1,16       347        49        27        18       936§
   CW11-09§Conway Main Dyke 96,60 106,85 10,25 0,90 315 63 28 18 1029
   CW11-10§Conway Main Dyke 66,00 70,00 4,00 0,66 376 68 48 38 1008
   CW11-11§Conway Main Dyke 130,50 132,50 2,00 0,75 401 64 51 33 1015
   CW11-12§Conway Main Dyke 63,65 65,88 2,23 1,19 498 71 39 33 875
   CW11-13§Conway Main Dyke 53,77 54,56 0,79 0,73 266 60 38 32 741
   NC11-06§Nama Creek North Dyke 72,87 75,29 2,42 0,20 117 321 28 27 693
                         78,51     81,24      2,73      0,94       368       269        49        41      1015§
                         84,70     86,50      1,80      0,46       315       126        57        67       608§
                         91,58     97,84      6,26      0,37       145       310        33        32       945§
                        104,00    105,51      1,51      0,69       225       219        48        50       607§
                        123,94    126,10      2,16      1,83       494        56        70        63       714§
                        127,69    129,94      2,25      1,58       477        51        49        32       872§
   NC11-07§Nama Creek North Dyke 81,77 82,86 1,09 0,52 521 54 67 56 599
                         96,20     97,03      0,83      0,71       350        48        56        53       626§
                        112,45    119,15      6,70      1,39       423        61        60        46       988§
   NC11-11§Nama Creek North Dyke 121,80 129,58 7,78 0,94 516 51 68 62 830
                        153,70    154,25      0,55      0,59       461        58        60        57       922§
   NC11-12§Nama Creek North Dyke 110,38 112,23 1,85 0,75 408 64 72 71 1007
                        116,49    117,35      0,86      0,85       419        61        79        88       803§
                        157,14    159,22      2,08      0,96       392       179        75        86      1137§
   NC11-13§Nama Creek North Dyke 2,54 3,15 0,61 1,09 486 96 127 190 1308
                         47,13     48,97      1,84      1,14       456        53        81        54       898§
                         51,55     53,55      2,00      1,08       351        50        50        34       784§
                         55,30     56,07      0,77      0,02       686        81       155       430       829§
   NC11-14§Nama Creek North Dyke 128,00 131,00 3,00 0,87 359 86 53 33 775
                        132,29    133,29      1,00      1,14       292        53        60        79       843§
                        134,18    136,34      2,16      0,35       194       331        55        88       819§
                        152,95    154,50      1,55      0,77       392        40        45        49       450§
                        224.10    234.65     10.55      1.22       458        53        39        31       854§
Li2O = lithium oxide; BeO = beryllium oxide; Cs2O = cesium oxide; Nb2O5 = niobium oxide; Ta2O5 =
tantalum oxide; Rb2O = rubidium oxide

Die technischen Informationen dieser Pressemitteilung wurden von Afzaal Pirzada, P. Geo., Vice
President of Exploration, einer qualifizierten Person gemäß NI 43-101 überprüft.

In den kommenden Wochen wird das Unternehmen seine ersten NI43-101 Ressource-Schätzungen für die
Nama Creek und Conway Claim-Blöcke und seine Pläne für die zweite Phase seines Bohrprogramms auf
Georgia Lake veröffentlichen.

Im Namen des Board of Directors,

?Eunho Lee?
President, CEO and Director

Für weitere Informationen kontaktieren Sie bitte:

Brad Barnett
Controller, Senior Manager-Corporate Affairs and Corporate Secretary
Telefon: 001 (604) 688-1140 | Fax: 001 (604) 688-1173
E-mail and website: info@rocktechlithium.com | www.rocktechlithium.com

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Rock Tech erbohrt 1,25% Lithiumoxid über 8,66 Meter auf Georgia Lake

Rock Tech erbohrt 1,25% Lithiumoxid über 8,66 Meter auf Georgia Lake

Vancouver, British Columbia, Kanada, 12. Dezember 2011 – Rock Tech  Lithium Inc. (TSX-Venture: RCK; Frankfurt: RJIA; Pink Sheets: RCKTF)  (das “Unternehmen” oder “Rock Tech”) freut sich, den ersten Teil der  Probenergebnisse der zweiten Phase („Phase 2“) seines  Explorationsprogramms auf seinem Georgia Lake Lithiumprojekt bekannt zu  geben. Das Ziel von Phase 2 ist die Erweiterung der kürzlich bekannt  gegebenen ersten NI43-101 angezeigten und abgeleiteten Ressource von  2,36 Millionen Tonnen mit 1,17% Lithiumoxid („Li2O“) respektive 4,36  Millionen Tonnen mit 1,08% Li2O.

Höhepunkte der Bohrergebnisse sind:

• 1,40% Li2O über 5,02 Meter, 0,95% Li2O über 3,91 Meter und 0,94% Li2O über 7 Meter in Bohrloch NC-11-15;

• 1,47% Li2O über 2,32 Meter, 1,05% Li2O über 4,83 Meter und drei weitere mineralisierte Durchschneidungen in Bohrloch NC-11-16;

• 1,25% Li2O über 8,66 Meter in Bohrloch NC-11-18;

• 1,15% Li2O über 6,69 Meter in Bohrloch NC-11-19;

• Zwei Durchschneidungen von 5,00 Metern mit 1,61% Li2O respektive 1,27%  Li2O neben zwei weiteren mineralisierten Durchschneidungen in Bohrloch  NC-11-22

• Zusätzliche anomale Li2O-Werte sowie Seltene Metalle inklusive  Rubidium, Beryllium, Cäsium, Niob und Tantal wurden gefunden; weitere  Details können der untenstehenden Tabelle entnommen werden.

Zusätzlich zu den Diamantbohrungen gehören zur Phase 2 des  Explorationsprogramms auf Georgia Lake Schlitzproben entlang dreier  weiterer Pegmatit-Gänge, die historische Li2O-Ressourcen beinhalten.  Diese Pegmatit-Gänge sind bekannt als die Newkirk-, Line 60- und  Conway-Pegmatit-Gänge. Diese Lithium führenden Pegmatite sind an der  Oberfläche aufgeschlossen. Daher sollte das Schlitzprobenverfahren zu  einer Vergrößerung der Ressource durch die Verbindung der  Oberflächenzonen mit den durchschnittenen Zonen im flachsten Bohrloch in  jedem Gang führen.

Die nächste Phase (“Phase 3”) des Explorationsprogramms des Unternehmens soll die Balance der historischen Ressource bestätigen.

Der President und CEO des Unternehmens, Eunho Lee, kommentierte: “Wir  sind mir der ersten Reihe der Probenergebnisse sehr zufrieden, da sie  sie Validität der historischen Bohrlöcher bestätigt und die Kontinuität  der Lithiummineralisierung in die Tiefe zeigt. Die Entwicklung unseres  Georgia Lake Lithiumprojektes geht wie geplant voran. Kürzlich wurden  über 4.000 Bohrmeter fertiggestellt. Sobald wir weitere Probenergebnisse  erhalten, werden diese veröffentlicht.”

Die einzelnen Probenergebnisse zeigt die folgende Tabelle (die  tatsächliche Weite der Bohrabschnitte kann geringer als die berichteten  Intervalle sein):

Zur Ansicht der Tabelle folgen Sie bitte dem Link:
http://www.irw-press.com/dokumente/RockTech_Tabelle121211_DEUTSCH.pdf


QA/QC für das Herbstbohrprogramm 2011

Die Proben wurden vom Actlabs Vorbereitungsungslabor in Geraldton,  Ontario, vorbereitet und dann ins Analyselabor von Actlabs in Ancaster,  Ontario, zur Analyse geschickt. Actlabs ist durch ISO 17025  akkreditiert. Die Proben wurden durch eine  Lithiummetaborat/Tetraborat-Verbindung aufgeschlossen und durch ICP auf  Hauptelemente sowie durch ICP/MS auf Spurenelemente untersucht. Die  Proben wurden durch eine Natrium-Peroxid-Verbindung aufgeschlossen und  auf Lithium durch die Anwendung von ICP/OES untersucht.

Caracle Creek International Consulting (“CCIC”) hat Standard- und  Blankproben in regelmäßigen Intervallen in den Probenstrom eingefügt,  wobei jede zehnte Probe eine niedriggehaltige Lithium-Standardprobe,  eine hochgehaltige Lithium-Standardprobe oder eine Blankprobe war.  Zusätzlich war eine von zwanzig Proben ein Kern-Dublikat. Die externen  Standard- und Blankproben haben die Qualitätskontrolle für alle in  dieser Pressemitteilung erwähnten Bohrlöcher bestanden. Actlabs hat des  weiteren Pulpen und Duplikate sowie Blankproben als Teil seines  QA/QC-Programms analysiert.

Die technischen Informationen in dieser Pressemitteilung wurden von  Afzaal Pirzada, P.Geo., Vice President, Exploration des Unternehmens und  Qualifizierte Person gemäß NI43-101 überprüft.

Im Namen des Vorstandes,
“Eunho Lee”
Eunho Lee
Director, President und CEO

 

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