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GeoBond 55 lb (Quincy, IL)

GeoBond 55 lb (Quincy, IL)

Regular price $271.20 USD
Regular price $299.99 USD Sale price $271.20 USD
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GEOBOND 25 KG BAG

Geobond 

GeoBond® is a natural Miocene Diatomaceous Clay consisting of Diatomite (45%)and montmorillonite (55%). After mining, it is further processed using an exclusive wood burning method to enhance its active properties. The resulting product is a grey odorless granular material which has a density of about 40 lbs per cubic foot.

25 KG

All-Natural and Safe

GeoBond® does not bind vitamins or minerals and contains safe levels of chemical elements. When assessed for its toxic equivalence factor using the World Health Organization scheme, GeoBond® tested negative for any dioxin and furan pollutants. GeoBond® is OMRI-listed (Organic Materials Review Institute) natural diatomaceous clay consisting of roughly 45% diatomite and 55% montmorillonite. Both substances are generally recognized as safe (GRAS) by the FDA under CFR 573.340 and 581.1 respectively.

 

Better than Bentonite

GeoBond® has been proven to be more effective solution than sodium bentonite; GeoBond® has a bipolar charge which allows it a broader spectrum approach when dealing with safe feed challenges. Since GeoBond® is non-swelling clay it does not bind vitamins and minerals. GeoBond® also is very cost effective when comparing it to bentonite.

GeoBond® Versus Bentonite

GeoBond® Bentonite
Absorbent X X
Swelling X
Binds Vitamins X
Binds Minerals X
Polar Charge X
Bipolar Charge X
Pelleting Aid X
Multiple Binder X
Single Binder X

Analysis

Trace mineral chemical analysis by the Virginia Division of Mineral Resources.

Product Description: Clay fines from discharge

Method of Mineralogy Analysis: Product sample mixed with water, spread on x-ray slide, dried at 80 degrees C for 16 hours, and elemental chemistry determined with x-ray fractometer.

Mineralogy Analysis: Quartz/Illite

Method of Chemistry Analysis: Product sample mixed with water, spread on x-ray slide, dried at 80 degrees C for 16 hours, and elemental chemistry determined with x-ray fractometer.

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