Industrial use

  • Detergent production
  • Liquid and gas drying (water molecules are trapped in zeolite pores)
  • Selective adsorption and separation of liquid and gas mixtures (carbohydrates, CO2, NH3, even Hg vapours)
  • Selective trap for atoms and molecules — due to specific porosity of zeolite
  • Catalyst carriers — it is possible to build the catalyst directly into zeolite structure
  • Bioelement carrier
  • Filler for plastics, rubber and paper
  • Ion exchanger (ionex)
  • Polishing component for fluoride-based toothpastes — the abrasivity is the same as for usually used CaHPO4, but zeolites do not bind F-ions
  • Additive for wood glues — zeolite neutralizes ammonia gasses and water vapours
  • Building stone
  • Special cements production (puzolar types)
  • Cement additive – zeolite increases cement activity, it also improves the microstructure of cement. This results in improved concrete durability, corrosion resistance and decreased permeability
  • Gasification additive in light building materials and insulation material production


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