CVMR® Inc. (CVMR®) is a Canadian company with its head office in Toronto and offices in China, USA, UK, UAE, Turkey, Burundi and the Philippines. It is active in mining and refining various metals in 18 countries. In the past 30 year, CVMR® that has developed a series of refining processes and technologies that can refine some 36 metals, using CVMR®’s proprietary vapour metallurgy processes. CVMR® is capable of refining iron, nickel, cobalt, copper, lithium, manganese, magnesium, tantalum, all the six elements in the platinum group of metals, gold, silver, titanium, vanadium, molybdenum, and seventeen rare earth elements.
CVMR® is a world leader in the production of metal powders, nano-metal powders, sub-nano-powders and super alloys with substantial profit margins compared to the LME and other standard market prices. It has revolutionized a 110-year old metal refining process known as the “Mond Process” or the “carbonyl process” when applied to nickel and iron, and generically known as the “vapour metallurgy process,” when applied to other elements. CVMR® has managed to extend the vapour metallurgy process to 36 different metals by the use of different reagents (chemical vapours) all developed in-house. CVMR® drives its corporate name from the acronym for Chemical Vapour Metal Refining.
Off grid intermittent energy sources, such as solar, wind and wave, require effective, inexpensive and efficient energy storage. Power storage backup systems are essential for uninterrupted delivery of electrical current, load levelling and grid energy storage systems. The massive expanding market for electronic cars and other devices requires a variety of different batteries with varied storage and discharge capabilities.
In the past six years CVMR® in cooperation with one of its wholly owned subsidiaries, M-Power®Corporation, has been developing state of the art raw materials used in batteries that are efficient alternatives to the current rechargeable batteries, creating a new paradigm in energy storage. The minerals in CVMR®’s Burundi, Zambia and Botswana concessions (nickel, cobalt, vanadium, copper) are essential for the manufacture of such batteries.
In the past three years CVMR® has been able to produce graphene and graphite by: (i) refining of graphite-based minerals; (ii) decomposing methane gas; and (iii) capturing CO2 emissions. The company has a highly competent team of scientists and engineers who have consistently proven to the market that they can think out of the proverbial scientific box and come up with highly profitable ways to tackle seemingly unsolvable technical problems. For further information please view (www.cvmr.ca