At ECOMAGNET, we recover discarded NdFeB magnets coming from different sources of industrial waste:
Our sustainable business model allows companies that produce these wastes to obtain the following benefits:
About the ECOMAGNET magnet
The ECOMAGNET product comprises recycled anisotropic NdFeB magnet powder.
The ECOMAGNET product consists of raw material for the manufacture of sintered or anisotropic bonded NdFeB magnets.
Advantages of the product
What ECOMAGNET provides
High magnetic performance
features at a reasonable cost
Neodymium (Nd) and dysprosium (Dy), which are elements widely used in magnet manufacture, form part of the group of high-cost rare earths. With ECOMAGNET, we avoid the natural dependence on these raw materials whereby we are able to keep down costs and have more control over them via recycling. Additionally, both sintered and anisotropic bonded magnets can be manufactured with ECOMAGNET product.
Availability and autonomy in terms of supply
Apart from cost control, ECOMAGNET also enables there to be immediacy and autonomy in terms of supply for industries that use magnet powder in their production process. With ECOMAGNET, supply chains are able to maintain their capacity at sustained levels without depending on external resources. This new system will increase the local availability of raw materials in order to produce permanent bonded magnets and set a new standard in the sector via the creation of new recycled magnetic products.
This contributes towards a new, more sustainable economic model
ECOMAGNET helps protect and maintain natural resources via the creation of a new economic model based on the recycling and recovery of secondary elements that contain permanent magnets and have been discarded, as well as the reprocessing of magnets to produce a new product. A new, more profitable and competitive model, albeit one that is also sustainable, because apart from generating greater wealth for the economies within our milieu, it takes our environment and future planet into consideration, reducing by 92% the pollutant emissions generated in the extraction of rare earth elements.