Collection: Zeolite

Zeolite is a microporous mineral that forms naturally from volcanic ash and other similar materials. It is composed mainly of aluminium, silicon and oxygen, and its crystalline structure has a large number of cavities and channels that can house molecules of other compounds.

Zeolite is used in a wide variety of applications, thanks to its ability to act as a molecular sieve and catalyst. Here are some of the most common uses for zeolite:

  1. Water purification: Zeolite is used to purify water from impurities and contaminants, since it is capable of absorbing heavy metals, ammonia, and other compounds.

  2. Agriculture: Zeolite can be added to agricultural soils to improve their retention of water and nutrients, and also to neutralize the pH. In addition, zeolite can also be used as a fertilizer.

  3. Oil industry: Zeolite is used to process and purify oil, removing impurities such as heavy metals and sulfur.

  4. Chemical industry: Zeolite is used as a catalyst in the production of chemicals such as benzene and ethylene.

  5. Food industry: Zeolite is used as an additive in animal feed to improve digestion and nutrient absorption.

  6. Medicine: Zeolite is used in medical products to remove heavy metals and other toxic substances from the body, and is also used as an antacid agent in heartburn products.

  7. Odor control: Zeolite is used in the manufacture of deodorants and air filters to remove odors and other volatile compounds.

These are just a few examples of the many uses and applications for zeolite. The versatility of this mineral makes it highly valuable in a wide variety of industries and applications.

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