Diatomaceous Earth

Diatoms are a type of algae and found in marine and freshwater environments.

    Academic research found that the dust sticks to the insect exo-skeleton, adsorbing protective oils.

    Without the oil layer, the insect desiccates and dies. As no chemicals are involved, dusts are known and registered as mechanical insecticides.

    Diatomite has a very small particle size, a high porosity, and is relatively inert that makes it an excellent material for use as an ingredient in the making of used filter, absorbent, filler, abrasive, and more.

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   Our product has a high and stable quality standard. It can be used in variety applications.