Drinking Water clinoptilolite has potential to remove ammonia from contaminated reservoir water.
The world faces a water crisis due to a lack of clean drinking water (Wang & Peng, 2010). A significant volume of wastewater has been produced from industrial processes and is discharged into water systems, bringing pollutants like heavy metals and oil into contact with fresh water sources. To combat this problem, scientists have examined various zeolite applications in water purification programs because of its ability to absorb and adsorb ions and organics in wastewater. It was processed by a water filter. Zeolite as a molecular sieve is 100% natural mineral.
A Studies conducted around the globe demonstrate that clinoptilolite provides significant benefits to the processes of treating and purifying drinking water. In China, CO, the mineral reduced the ammonia content of sewage effluent down to potable standards (Mumpton, 1999). In Logan, UT, adding a layer of crushed zeolite to a slow-sand filtration process for drinking water tripled the filtration rate. Clinoptilolite beads are used regularly to upgrade river water to potable standards at Ryazan, Russia and Uzgorod, Ukraine; the beads remove lead through ion exchange and provides an inexpensive means of purifying drinking water.A study by Turan and Celik (2003) examined the impact of clinoptilolite on ammonia removal from reservoir water.
Clinoptilolite samples were regenerated three times during the experiment to determine if adsorption capabilities decreased over time. The results indicate that twice-regenerated clinoptilolite with 30 g/l NaCL solution at pH 11.5 activated the mineral and increased the ion-exchanged performance (Turan & Celik, 2003). Overall adsorption performance did not decrease after the mineral was regenerated. Researchers concluded that clinoptilolite has potential to remove ammonia from contaminated reservoir water.
More and more researches are shown the best result from residential and commercial uses. It brings filtration at depth and higher flow rates to pool filters. It replaces as often as sand, Like the adsorption applications of algae and green dust in pools. It also was passed by ANSI/NSF Standards. It is so safe (100% natural zeolite rock).
Following four simple installation steps will lead to years of crystal clear water.
Four Easy Steps:
The lower density between zeolite rock and sand is the difference, so you will use about half as much UZ-Min zeolite granules by weight as regular filter sand. It is a 100% natural zeolite replacement for a sand filter that gives DE-like clarity and controls chloramine formation.