One of the world’s largest chemical companies, headquartered in Korea LG Chem has taken the sheath off from the fracas to sing Sturm und Drang while helming an indestructible ship into the sea, being a showstopper in the industry, LG Chem has been suffice to say the point of its role, today the company brings off yet another step towards a conspicuous script.
LG Chem today formally announced that the firm has dispatched more than 10,000 RO membranes to the Guoan lithium extraction project led by CITIC Group, which also resembles China’s largest state-owned investment company.
The team secures a trampoline on this business as it always is the focus of the center, TUS-Qingyuan which handles the lithium extraction project across EPC, engineering, procurement, and construction and is likely to stay on the punch to evaluate 20,000 tons of lithium carbonate annually by harnessing the Chem’s RO membranes, the amount is tantamount to producing batteries for merely half a million electric vehicles.
At last, it’s still yet to gather feathers to make tomorrow a better place since this is the world’s largest lithium extraction project with a filtration device.
How it works
Probably, in search of everything and but what would be lost is still in a bamboozlement as it uncurls few mysteries. RO membrane promptly reduces the cost of energy needed for lithium production. To snatch the lithium alone embedded in salt lakes, water should be evaporated to stimulate its impact, which leaves the heat to take hold off. On a reverse osmosis process using RO membranes, it has a role to hastily filter out the water molecules without calling it roger heat.
LG Chem’s RO membrane is chiefly used for seawater desalination, formulated by a high level of dust removal rate.
The periodical growth of RO membrane
It shelves that five out of nine salt lake extraction projects in China embrace the RO membrane method. On top of considering the ratio, the RO membrane market in China is likely to grow by more than 8% each year, pinching the pinnacle of a market size of KRW 2.2 trillion (CNY 11.9 billion, USD 1.68 billion) by 2025.