Natural zeolite-product-catalog


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Indonesia Natural Zeolite manufacturer producer, wholesale and exporter by D&W Corporation which is specialized producing Natural Zeolite for fertilizer, Zeolite for feed additive and Zeolite for Aquaculture. Include Green Granular (Granule) Zeolite, Green Powder Zeolite, Zeolite Chips, Volcanic Soll (Volcanic Powder).

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Natural zeolite-product-catalog

  1. 1. CATALOG D&W Corporation Office Graha Bima Terrace Kav A-26 Jl Kalikoa Cirebon 45135 West Java – Indonesia Telp. +62 231 3346066 Fax. +62 231 8491546 Email. info@dw-corporation.comFactory Website: www.naturalzeolites.netLengkong Wetan, MajalengkaWest Java – Indonesia
  2. 2. Zeolites are hydrated aluminosilicates characterized by high surface areas and highcation exchange capacities.Zeolite deposits were formed millions of years ago, when volcanoes erupted enormousamounts of ash–aluminosilicates of alkaline and alkaline earths. Some of the wind borneash settled to form thick ash beds. In some cases the ash fell into lakes. In another casewater percolated through the ash beds. In both cases, the chemical reaction of volcanicash and salt water resulted in the formation of natural zeolitesThe characteristic of a zeolite deposit was decided in it’s genesis. Small naturaldifferences such as temperature, geographic location and ash/water properties result ina slightly different composition. Therefore some unique properties were given to a fewof the deposits. These small differences present during the formation of a zeolitedeposit is the reason that each natural zeolite property has distinctly unique propertiesThe alumina and silica in the ash stack form into a stable, open and three dimensionalhoney-comb structure. There are over forty different kinds of natural zeolite structures.For example, clinoptilolite has a 5/1 silica to alumina ratioZeolite is an amazing crystalline mineral capable of adsorbing and absorbing manydifferent types of gases, moisture, petrochemicals, heavy metals, low-level radioactiveelements and a multitude of various solutions. The channels in the zeolite provide largesurface areas on which chemical reactions can take place. The cavities and channelswithin the crystal can occupy up to 50% of its volume. Zeolites can adsorb or absorblarge amounts of materials, such as ions or gas molecules
  3. 3. Zeolite has a wide range of application:A. Wastewater Treatment • Ammonia in municipal sludge • Heavy metal removal • Septic leach fieldsB. Agriculture • Odor control • Confined animal environmental control • Livestock feed additivesC. Horticulture • Nurseries, Greenhouses • Floriculture • Vegetables/herbs • Foliage • Tree and shrub transplanting • Turf grass soil amendment • Reclamation, revegetation, landscaping • Silviculture (forestry, tree plantations) • Medium for hydroponic growingD. Household Products • Household odor control • Pet odor controlE. Industrial Products • Absorbents for oil and spills • Gas separationsF. Radioactive Waste • Site remediation/decontaminationG. Aquaculture • Ammonia filtration in fish hatcheries • Biofilter media
  4. 4. Our Green Natural Zeolite available in 2 formed; Powder and Granule 2-5 mmGREEN ZEOLITE POWDER:Chemical Composition:SiO2 : 66.29%.................Al2O3 : 12.16%Fe2O3: 1.44% .................CaO : 4.48%MgO : 1.14% .................Na2O: 3.17%K2O : 2.92% .................TiO2 : 0.16%MnO2: 0.05% .................P2O5 : 0.08%H2O : 1.52%pH: 7.9Cation Exchange Capacity (CEC): 142.14 meq %GREEN ZEOLITE GRANULE (2-5 MM):Chemical Composition:SiO2 : 66.68%.................Al2O3 : 12.26%Fe2O3: 1.81% .................CaO : 4.25%MgO : 1.05% .................Na2O: 2.46%K2O : 2.66% .................TiO2 : 0.19%MnO2: 0.06% .................P2O5 : 0.06%H2O : 1.18%pH: 7.5Cation Exchange Capacity (CEC): 138.40 meq %
  5. 5. Disadvantage of Common Fertilizer: • 40% of fertilizer nutrients loss due to leaching and high temperature (Journal of oil palm research 1996, Salisbury F.B, et al. 1969) • It does not improve soil condition (pH), aeration, irrigation and crop’s immunity • Minimal or no Micro NutrientsWhy Using Zeolite ? • Very cheap • Can be combine with all type of fertilizer • Increase costs-effectiveness up to 50% (Reduce total fertilizer cost) • Increase product output up to 80% • Prevent loss of fertilizer nutrients (Not effected by rain or high temperature) • Reservoir for the nutrients which are slowly released “on demand” with the plant itself does the regulating of the nutrients as it needs them • Balances the pH level of soils (soil conditioner) • High cation exchange capacity (CEC) • Increase crop’s immunity towards crops diseases • Improves aeration and irrigation significantly • 100% natural and organic • Absorbs and holds potentially harmful or toxic substances • Contain both Macro and Micro Nutrients • Suitable for all kinds of crops (palm oil, coconut, paddy, fruit tree, etc) • Reduces the chance of root burning from excess ammonia • Improves ammonia retention and reduces nitrogen lossesIn conclusion the most common advantages of zeolite for agricultural applications is dueto its relatively high absorption rate, cation exchange capacity, catalysis anddehydration capacities. Zeolites are, therefore, used to promote better plant growth byimproving the value of fertilizers. (Proven by numerous International Journal, Watanabe1992, E Polat et al 2004, Ming and Dixon 1986)Dossage:150 – 200 Kgs per hectare. ‘You can cut down the usual fertilizer dosage at 40% andreplace the reduction by zeolite.
  6. 6. CONTACT US FOR ORDER NOW !!D&W CorporationGraha Bima Terrace Kav A-26Jl Kalikoa Cirebon 45135West Java – IndonesiaTelp. +62 231 3346066Fax. +62 231 8491546Email. info@dw-corporation.comWebsite: www.naturalzeolites.netPIC. Mr. Winsen Setiawan (+62 81741 222 59)