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What are Zeolites buy now What are Zeolites?
Zeolite is a naturally occurring mineral that is mined from the earth. It is a very porous mineral making it the perfect material to absorb odor, mold & moisture in any area that it is placed.

In nature, the minerals are created when volcanic ash and rock interact with a base such as alkaline liquids. Most commonly, this is seen under the ocean in marine environments with extinct volcanic activity from thousands of years ago. Zeelytes™ uses natural Zeolites mined in the U.S.A.

Adsorption and Separation
The shape selective properties of zeolites are also the basis for their use in molecular adsorption. The ability preferentially to adsorb certain molecules, while excluding others, has opened up a wide range of molecular sieving applications. Sometimes it is simply a matter of the size and shape of pores controlling access into zeolite. In other cases different types of molecule enter the zeolite, but some diffuse through the channels more quickly, leaving others stuck behind, as in the purification of para-xylene by silicalite.

Zeolites and the Environment
Zeolites contribute to a cleaner, safer environment in a gret number of ways. In fact nearly every application of zeolites has been driven by environmental concerns, or plays a significant role in reducing toxic waste and energy consumption.

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