Zeolite200 Clinoptilolite 100g Animal Feed Grade
Grip seal bag containing 100g of Animal Feed Grade Zeolite Powder 200 (Cinoptilolite).
75% less than 100 microns - 25% less than 200 microns.
Please see our Mineral Information pages for more detailed information such as uses, benefits, dosage rates, safety and technical data sheets.
Zeolite Powder (Clinoptilolite)
75% <100 Microns
25% <200 Microns
Animal Feed Grade (EU Approved)
Regulation (EC) No. 651/2013 of 9th July 2013
Clinoptilolite, a natural zeolite, with approximate empirical formula:
(Ca, Fe, K, Mg, Na)3-6Si30Al6O72.24H2O
We select our Zeolite (Clinoptilolite) for its purity, mineral composition and powerful natural properties. It is 100% free from added chemicals, emulsifiers or bulking agents.
Multiple uses including: Radioactive and Heavy Metal particle detox. Water filtration and softening. Air purification and oxygen generation. Soil conditioning. Heating and refrigeration. Cat litter deodorizer. Detergent additive.
In agriculture, clinoptilolite (a naturally occurring zeolite) is used as a soil treatment. It provides a source of slowly released potassium. If previously loaded with ammonium, the zeolite can serve a similar function in the slow release of nitrogen.
Zeolites can also act as water moderators, in which they will absorb up to 55% of their weight in water and slowly release it under the plant's demand. This property can prevent root rot and moderate drought cycles.
Clinoptilolite has also been added to chicken food, the absorption of water and ammonia by the zeolite made the birds droppings drier, less odoriferous and hence easier to handle.
Typical Mineral Analysis.
Feldspar and Smectite present in minor amounts.
Free of quartz and mica.
Typical Chemical Analysis.
As 5.8 ppm
Cd < 0.15 ppm
Co < 10 ppm
Cr 12 ppm
Cu < 10 ppm
Hg < 0.05ppm
Mo < 5 ppm
Ni < 10 ppm
Pb < 16 ppm
Se < 50 ppm
Typical Physical Properties.
Colour Off white / Ivory
Bulk Density 600-700 Kg/m3
Hardness 2-3 Mohs
Water Absorption Capacity 46.5%
Cation Exchange Capacity 1.5 – 1.8meq/g