Metal of the future

Magnesium is 75% lighter than steel, and 33% lighter than aluminum. To reach efficiency targets, it is estimated that by 2025, on average a 100 pounds of magnesium will be used in each vehicle.

Magnesium

Our Projects

[PROCESS AND PRODUCTION]

Magnesium Oxide (MgO) Plant

To produce 30,000 tpa of high purity MgO (>98.5%) and 33,000 tpa of high value amorphous silica using a proprietary process.

[FLAGSHIP PROJECT]

Magnesium (Mg) Metal Plant

To produce 5,000 tpa of Mg metal from an innovative approach to aluminothermic reduction of MgO.

[OUTPERFORMING SHEATHING]

MagBoard Products

To produce high performance MgO-based wallboards and Structural Insulated Sheathing (SIS) for building construction.

[ACQUISITION]

Magpower Fuel Cell

To offer reliable and efficient portable emergency power using ground-breaking Mg-Air technology.

WHY MAGNESIUM [Mg] ?

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Cheaper and Faster

Low cost production and high profitability is achievable due to a large supply of low-cost tailings, optimum site locations, innovative technology and a focus on rapid commercialization through modular expansion and vertical product integration.

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Lighter and Stronger

Automakers aim to decrease the weight without sacrificing strength. The use of Mg is increasing to improve fuel economy and mileage with the new USA EPA/CAFE emissions standards.

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Purer and Cleaner

Mag One's process will produce a highly pure Mg with a low carbon footprint generating virtually zero waste.