Usage & Benefits


- Animal Farms

▪ Reduce odor of natural residues (feed additives)

▪ Detoxification (feed additives)

▪ Prevention and control of gastrointestinal problems

▪ Fluidizing agent (additive in feed)

▪ Substantial increase of resistance to breaking for eggs

▪ Control and prevention of birds cannibalism

▪ Remove micro-toxines from milk (including aflatoxin)

▪ Reduce or eliminate unpleasant odors (absorbs ammonia, the main source of odor)

▪ Increased resistance of feed bales by controlling moisture

▪ Bedding layer for transport of pesticides and herbicides (due to porosity)

▪ Eliminating toxic waste from discharged waters

▪ Leakage agent (moisture absorption prevent jams of dried food on supply lines)

▪ Controlling moisture in food stores (prevents sticking to wet surfaces, installing molds, larval growth)

▪ Water recycling used for egg cleaning used in poultry farms by absorbing bacteria (including E coli)

▪ Chinchilla farms - zeolite powder coat cleaning


- Crops

▪ Natural fertilizer

▪ Nutritional supplement for plants

▪ Eliminating toxic waste from discharged waters

▪ Leakage agent (moisture absorbent and prevents jams of solids on production lines )

▪ Participate with essential chemical elements Si, Fe , Ca, Mg , Na, K , P, Cu, Zn, in the metabolism of plants;

▪ The seeds have a higher germination percentage;

▪ Develop strong root system, especially during the shoots;

▪ Control of humidity in storage of seeds or containers used to transport them (prevents sticking to wet surfaces, installation of molds, larval growth )

▪ Manure enrichment

▪ Neutralizes excessive acidity of soils ;

▪ Easily retain water in wet seasons and releasing it slowly during drought;

▪ by their ion exchange properties, stores active elements (macro and micronutrients : K + , Cu 2 + , Zn 2 + , Mn 2 + , etc. . ) then slowly releases them into the soil ;

▪ by their adsorption property, it stores various active compounds (insecticides , pesticides, pheromones , etc. . ) that it releases in time


- Fisheries

▪ Absorb toxic ammonia and sulfide hydrogen;

▪ Improves the health of the aquatic environment;

▪ Absorb heavy metals;

▪ Remove particulates from water;

▪ Slows algae growth and multiplication;

▪ Not toxic to fish or nitrified bacteria;

▪ Balance PH - the value between 6.2 to 6.8.



▪ Roads and highways – skid for icy road or slippery roads where were spilled liquids (oil stains, gasoline)

▪ Cement - manufacturing lightweight cement and insulating foams

▪ Prefabricated Production

▪ Material for grinding metal surfaces

▪ Plaster Modeling

▪ Decorative Stone

For Home

▪ Air Cleaning

» Fragrance – absorbing from air bacteria that are the source of unpleasant smell

» Biofilters - Retention of air pollutants by adding zeolite in different filters (air conditioning)

▪ Fltering and purifying water - special filters

▪ Preserving food for a longer time

▪ Remove odors from the refrigerator

▪ Remove odor from shoes

▪ Eliminating odor from bathroom, closets, basement, attic

▪ Humidity control in closed, poorly ventilated rooms


- Gardening

▪ Improving soil quality

▪ Decorative Stone

▪ Skid material for interior walkways or roadways in the garage

▪ Substrate soil additive for lawns - allows you to adjust the amount of water, filtering harmful substances, use the gradual release of nutrients

▪ Lawn Substrate


- Pets

  • Feed
  • Supplements
  • Additives in feed production
  • Cleaning and care
  • Sand for cats
  • Absorbent for pets bedding;

-  Aquariums

  • Decorative Stone
  • Mechanical filtration of impurities
  • Filtration, chemical impurities, including the removal of heavy metals from water
  • Biological filtration - Zeolite stone becomes the support of biological colonies that grow in aquariums
  • Reduce algae growth

- Elimination of odor

  • Thin layer for cages dressing cage to reduce odor


- Auto Industry

▪ Filters production


- Medicine

▪           Production of antiseptic dressings

▪           Production of toothpaste

▪           Production of cosmetic creams and powders

▪           Detox products

▪           Production of certain drugs


- Environment

▪           Absorption of chemicals in rivers and lakes

▪           Reducing the negative effects of marine discharges of oil substances

▪           Reduce Cs137 and Sr 90 isotopes from radioactive mediums - Fukusima disaster involved the use of tens of thousands of tons of zeolite to reduce radioactive contamination of the area including the area of sea water used for cooling reactors. Same happened in Chernobyl.

▪           Absorbs heavy metals from accidental discharges

▪           Acid absorption from the soil in which they dumped waste including used batteries


- For industrial

  • Filtration and air cleaning
  • Biofilters - Retention of air pollutants by adding zeolite in different filters (air conditioning )
  • Neutralizing toxic substances emitted in the production process
  • Removal of hydrogen sulfide and ammonia gas smell
  • Deep drying of gas
  • Obtaining hydrogen from gas


- Filtering and cleaning water

▪           Filters for waste and radioactive water purification;

▪           Sand for Filter


- Soil Cleaning

▪ absorption of substances such as oil, gasoline, alcohol and other organic and inorganic substances


- Food Industry

  • Extension of storage time for food


- Chemical and Petrochemical Industries

▪           Catalysts in chemical processes

▪           Production of paints

▪           Filler in the manufacture of rubber and plastic products

▪           Manufacture of cleaning products - one of the most extensive use of zeolites


- Halls , warehouses, production units

▪           Humidity control in the air

▪           Remove stains from oil, grease or other organic or inorganic substances. They are absorbed by the zeolite powder then can be peeled and removed easily.


- Transport

▪           Cleaning oil residuum from oil tanks

▪           Reducing radiation from radioactive containers

▪           OBOGS ( On -Board Oxygen Generatig Systems) uses zeolites to extract nitrogen from compressed air to provide oxygen necessary to aircraft flying crews at high altitude (Source : Wikipedia)


- Other uses

▪           Obtaining high quality paper;

▪           Heat storage in solar energy systems.

▪           Colloidal Transport

▪           Filtering edible oils