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MGX Minerals' subsidiary MGX Renewables uses new linear regeneration module to successfully generate dendritic zinc.

M2 EQUITYBITES-May 13, 2019-MGX Minerals' subsidiary MGX Renewables uses new linear regeneration module to successfully generate dendritic zinc

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Canadian resource and technology company MGX Minerals Inc (MGX) (CSE: XMG) (OTCQB: MGXMF) (FSE: 1MG) revealed on Monday that its wholly owned subsidiary MGX Renewables Inc (MGXR), a developer of zinc-air flow batteries for applications requiring long duration, high capacity storage, has successfully generated dendritic zinc fuel with the use of its new 'linear' regenerator module.

The company said this successful operation of the regeneration module represents the culmination of development of the entire Zinc Regeneration Subsystem (ZRS), which includes the mechanism for generating the flow of electrolyte to wash the zinc particles from the electrodes, the mechanism for collecting and transferring the particles so produced and the control system that manages the sequencing of all regeneration functions. The control system is constructed from a custom microprocessor control board plus proprietary embedded software. All of this functionality has now been successfully integrated to enable the production of the zinc particulate fuel.

ZRS is one of the three separately configurable subsystems of MGXR's unique zinc-air flow battery. The two other subsystems are the Fuel Storage Subsystem and the Power Generation Subsystem.

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