Zeolite is an Aluminosilicate mineral of volcanic origin.
Water filtration, Waste water treatment, Animal feed supplements and lick blocks, potting mixes, compost manufacture and many more.
Zoeolite is much harder than betonite, but betonite absorbs more water than Zeolite. Zeolite binds cations (due to its nett negative charge) which betonite does not.
Zeolite binds smaller molecules (gases and liquids) than does carbon which is better at larger molecules especially organics. They are, in fact, complementary.
No! All Zeolite deposits are different. They contain different types of Zeolites, different ratios of Zeolite minerals, purity and hardness.
Our Zeolites are much harder than overseas ones and so are better at water filtration, as they don't break down.
Castle Mountain Zeolites are 85% Zeolite, 14% other silicates, >99% water loving (hydrophilic), crystalline and have high cation exchange capacity (average 142meg/gm). Other Zeolite deposits have lower specifications.
Particle size reduction is achieved by a sequence of propriety milling operations as well as air classification and screening to produce a range of products with tight specifications.
Yes, Zeolite has very low toxicity and is permitted to be used in feed/feed supplements for animals.
No! The levels of the isotopes found are very low so are non-toxic. There is no radioactivity detectable in our Zeolite products over and above background rations.


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