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Bio absorption granules super plus

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Bio absorption granules Plus All Bio absorption granules Plus products consist of treated moler. (diatomaceous and clay). These are treated in such a way that they remain hard after use. Bio absorption granules Plus is especially suitable for all absorption tasks on any solid surface. Due to its fine grain size, Bio Absorption Granules Plus penetrates into smaller cracks and irregularities of the soil. Optimal friction is obtained even at full saturation. Bio-Absorption Granules Plus is suitable for absorption tasks where high surface contact and fast absorption is required, such as in traffic areas for example, where fast clearing can often be decisive.


An important benefit for the chemical industry and environmental emergencies in cleaning up liquid hydrocarbon spills in the workshops, chemical storage, service stations, oil refineries, garages and other places where storage or transportation of these products is done.

Absorption of the following liquids

Crude oil.
Fuels and lubricants, petroleum products.
All acids and their parts.
All lyes and their parts.
All solvents
All antifreeze fluids.
All types of contaminated fluids with different viscosities.

Properties Bio absorption granules Plus

PropertiesRegular absorption granulesBio hydrophobic granules
Size in mm0.3-0.70.3-0.7
Density in vrac, kg/m³453484
Water absorption capacity, %130<8
Oil absorption capacity, %
– Petroleum products – oil absorption


Diatomaceous earth or celite is an organogenic sediment that consists wholly or for the most part of the skeletons of single-celled diatoms or diatoms. Other names for this type of soil are silica, kieselguhr, kieselguhr, mountain flour and infusoria earth. Sediments made up of diatom skeletons can arise in both freshwater and seawater. Diatomaceous earth is a dewatered and compacted diatomaceous sludge located above sea level and is usually formed in lakes. Diatomaceous sludge occurs in situations where dead diatoms are not broken down and therefore accumulate in the lake or sea floor. Only diatom sludge forms in the deep sea. In the case of undersaturation of silicate ions, siliceous skeletons of diatoms already dissolve in the water column after the death of the organism. This does not happen with an excess of silicate ions, which can lead to the formation of a diatomaceous sludge. Another cause of diatomaceous sludge formation can be anoxic (oxygen-less) conditions in the lower part of the water column. This is the case with lakes (or seas) with a stratified water column, i.e. different conditions prevail in the upper part of the water column (for example: oxygen-rich or a relatively high temperature) than in the lower part (for example: oxygen-poor ( or oxygen-free) or relatively colder water). Such conditions often occur in deeper water. The ‘layers’ with different water types are often separated from each other by a jump layer, but the transition can also take place gradually. If an organism passes the jump layer, there is often no way back and it dies. In such a situation, diatomaceous sludge can also develop. Diatomaceous sludge is water saturated and not compacted (compressed). Through compaction and dewatering, diatomaceous earth is created from this sludge. Through further compaction and cementation, a harder rock can be formed from diatomaceous earth, which is called diatomite. Because many diatoms are seasonal bloomers, there is a peak in diatom sludge formation during part of the year. Because often it is not only diatoms that settle, sedimentation of other material continues outside the flowering peak. As a result, diatomaceous sludge is often banded, for example a sediment consisting of light- and dark-colored layers. In such a case, each light-dark layer pair represents a year. Seasonal or annual stratification can be used to determine the length of time over which a package of diatomaceous earth has been deposited. By counting the layer sets, the minimum number of years in which this happened can be determined. In this way the minimum length of various interglacials has been determined. In this way the length of the Eemian could be estimated at 11,000 years, while for the Holsteinian about 6900 years layers were counted, so that the estimation of the length of this interglacial came to 15 to 16,000 years.

Applications :

  • in concrete
  • As a polishing, polishing and abrasive agent
  • As a filter material for filtering oil from water
  • In beer breweries as filter material in determining the original wort content
  • When clarifying fruit juices in bed filtration [1]
  • In the production of matches
  • in paint
  • In a pesticide against fleas in, for example, grass
  • In animal feed
  • As filling in columns in chromatography
  • As a filter medium for very fine powders
  • As a means to combat blood mites in chickens
  • As “ant powder”, a means to deter ants

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Welcome to Delta Sol, your specialist in absorption granules and industrial cleaning products. Delta Sol bvba Iz Danseartpark, 13K 1702 Groot Bijgaarden Route description Do you have a question for us? Contact us! 02 569 12 43 Would you like to place an order? Visit our webshop! Buy absorbent granules plus Brussels (region)? You can contact Delta Sol for the purchase and delivery of AdBlue, degreasers, rollers, absorption granules, hand wash paste, bodywork degreasers, gun cleaners, silicone remover, paint strippers, thinners, acetone, solvents, soap, etc. Delta Sol serves the following sectors: automotive industry , transport, machine building, rental companies, car and truck wash, rendering companies, metal industry, construction companies, warehouses, parking lots, airports, printing companies, weaving mills, painting companies, garages, food industry, export thinner, etc.

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