Solubility100% water soluble
MoistureLess than 5%
Total amino acidsMore than 25%
Total nitrogenMore than 10%
Organic trace-element (Fe+Cu+B+Zn+Mn+Mg) More than 10%
- A source of multiple nutrients and micro-nutrients.
- Makes soil nutrients more available to vegetables and promotes symbiotic nitrogen fixation.
- Significantly inhibits root rot and strengthens root systems.
- Ameliorates soil ad extends soil fertility.
- Effectively solubilizes base fertilizers and reduces the effects of salt in the soil.
- Reduces insect infestation and reduces the need for pesticides.
- Quickly activates plant immune systems and enhances decease resistance.
In China it is mainly used in these fields:
1.Building:natural concrete light aggregate. Like heat insulation and preservation materials ,floor,wallboard,active addition and so on.
2. Chemical Industry: filtering medium,desiccant,catalyst,molecular sieve carrier.
3. Plastics and Padding Industry
4. Others: pesticides carrier,fertilizer control agent.
In foreign countries it is mainly used in following fields:
1.Building Materials: as padding can reduce weight and increase refract ability.
2.Abrasive Industry: mainly as abrasive and polishing composition.
3.Daily-Use Chemical Industry: beauty materials,padding of cosmetics,toothpaste,soap and so on.
4.Petrochemical Industry: as padding of rubber,asphalt,paper making,paint and so on.
5.Heat Insulator: pumice is the main material, we can get mineral wool product after high melt which is used as ceiling sound insulation.
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