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Horizon Europe project HAlMan

Sustainable Hydrogen and Aluminothermic Reduction Process for Manganese, its Alloys and Critical Raw Material Production

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Months to reach
the goal

48

Months to reach the goal

14

Experienced and
competent partners

14

Experienced and competent partners

4

Associated
partners

3

Associated
partners

The aim of the project

The aim of the project HAlMan consortium is to develop and demonstrate an integrated sustainable process to produce manganese (Mn) and Mn alloys from Mn ores and Mn-containing byproducts and waste by using hydrogen and secondary aluminium sources as reductants.

Horizom Europe project

HAlMan can be a game changer in metallurgical industry

The project HAlMan developments and results will be a game changer in the metallurgical industry in view of developing sustainable processes with a low carbon footprint, low energy consumption, no solid waste generation as well as valorisation of secondary raw materials from the mining and metallurgical industries.

Low carbon
footprint

Low energy
consumption

No solid waste
generation

Valorisation of secondary raw materials

Project consortium

HE projects

News & Updates

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