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Montmorillonite – Agsorb from Ripley, MS is a Montmorillonite mineral in the non-swelling bentonite class. Its low bulk density and high absorbtivity allows higher liquid holding capacity. Our mineral processing maximizes the granule's micropore space. Agsorb heat treatments impart a hard inert granule with a high resistance to attrition.
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Attapulgite – Agsorb from Ochlocknee, GA is a Attapulgite mineral in the non-swelling bentonite class. It is commonly called Fuller's earth. It's low bulk density and high absorbtivity allows higher liquid holding capacity. Our mineral processing maximizes the granule's micropore space. Agsorb heat treatments impart a hard inert granule with a high resistance to attrition.
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Hydrous Aluminosilicate – Agsorb from Taft, CA is a Hydrous Aluminosilcate mineral. Its low bulk density and high absorbtivity allows higher liquid holding capacity. Our mineral processing maximizes the granule's micropore space. Agsorb heat treatments impart a hard inert granule with a high resistance to attrition. The unique properties of this mineral make it harder in its natural state than other RVM products.
 


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