Magnesium Scrap Overview:

Cmr Group is India’s largest producer of Aluminium and Zinc die-casting alloys with a combined annual capacity of over approx 310,700 MT. CMR Green Technologies Ltd is one of the leading magnesium suppliers in India and serves thousands of customers across the country. Throughout the course of our more than three decades in business, we have established a solid reputation for offering premium goods at affordable costs. Our main market is international markets, where we sell high-quality magnesium (Mg) scrap to magnesium customers.
Our skilled and competent technical staff guarantees excellent results while offering full support and help. Since we specialise in exporting this type of material and are aware of the exact needs of buyers of magnesium scrap for their subsequent processing, there are very few suppliers of this kind of material (light metal magnesium scrap) from India.

Benefits of Magnesium Scrap Recycling

Magnesium alloys can be recycled to create new products with the same mechanical, chemical, and physical properties as the original metal. Just 5% of the energy needed to create primary magnesium alloys is needed for recycling magnesium alloys. Given recycling’s benefits to the environment and life cycle analysis studies that examine greenhouse gas emissions, the sector actively promotes recycling.

Magnesium scrap recycling has numerous advantages for the environment and business. First of all, it lowers the energy needed to produce new magnesium from raw materials, which contributes to a decrease in emissions from industrial processes. Second, less virgin material will need to be drilled for or mined as a result of this metal’s recycling, potentially minimising any negative environmental effects from the extraction process.

Magnesium can cause a lot of environmental issues if it is not recycled. Since it requires more energy to refine and produce new magnesium from raw materials than it does to recycle current material, the biggest detrimental effect is the depletion of nonrenewable resources.

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Industries We Serve

We serve a wide range of industries, including aerospace, automotive, construction, chemical, electrical, marine, oil, and petroleum. our aluminum ingots are the preferred choice for businesses that value quality, reliability, and innovation.









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Our Customers

Our lineup of customers reads like a who’s who of the automotive and engineering industries of India. We can proudly claim among our clients the leading lights of India like Maruti Suzuki, Honda Car, Toyota, Hyundai, Hero Moto Corp, Honda Motorcycle and Scooter, Yamaha, Bajaj, Royal Enfield, Sunbeam, Rockman, Ahresty, and many others. If we have managed to get their business and if we have sustained it, we can say that such demanding clients are more than fully satisfied with all aspects of our services. We are here to serve, innovate, and help clients prosper.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is magnesium used for?

Aluminium is three times as dense as magnesium. When utilised as an alloying agent, it enhances the mechanical, fabrication, and welding properties of aluminium. These alloys are beneficial for building cars and aeroplanes.

Magnesium is utilised in goods including power tools, laptops, luggage, automobile seats, and cameras that benefit from being lightweight. To get rid of sulphur, it is also added to molten steel and iron.

What is magnesium scrap used for?

The die casting facility either reprocesses the magnesium scrap or sells it to a scrap processor. The remaining scraps are either used directly in the dissipative process of steel desulfurization or sold to a scrap processor. Old magnesium-base scrap, also known as post-consumer scrap, is made up of items like lawn mower decks, automobile and helicopter parts, and worn equipment. Scrap is purchased by processors for magnesium scrap for sale.

Why is magnesium so expensive?

Since magnesium cannot be found freely in nature, it must be extracted—usually by electrolysis—from other compounds. Because magnesium is very rare, its price has increased. Magnesium is not particularly abundant. However, the main reason magnesium is expensive is because consumers are willing to spend that amount for it.

Is magnesium in high demand?

Magnesium is ideal for many applications due to its good electromagnetic screening property and heat conductivity. Magnesium is also very light in weight which is the reason it is used in many different applications hence it is always in high demand.

What are the top 3 uses for magnesium?

Magnesium is utilised in flares, fireworks, and sparklers because it burns brightly and ignites readily in the air.

Dye occasionally uses magnesium sulphate as a mordant. Plastics are treated with magnesium hydroxide to make them fire retardant. Bricks resistant to heat are made of magnesium oxide and are used in furnaces and fireplaces. 

Magnesium is an important reagent in the production of iron and steel making as it is used for removing excessive sulphur from hot metal, which is a necessary step for creating high-quality steel.

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