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Minimization of Waste
Perlite does not create by-products during processing; only the physical form is altered. Expanded perlite ships in bulk trucks or in re-usable bulk bags wherever possible to minimize packaging waste and reduce the impact on landfills. Products are made from all particle sizes and densities making Perlite an efficient. “no waste” industrial mineral.
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Lightweight concretes and screed made with expanded Perlite ultra-lightweight aggregate can be used to reduce loss of heat through floors. Typically ground floors are constructed with dense concrete covered with dense screed; second storey floors over garages and car parks are also usually built with dense concrete and screed giving little thermal insulation. A screed containing Perlite can reduce...
Lightweight expanded Perlite bubble structures are milled and classified using strictly defined processes to produce Perlite filter aids with specific flow characteristics. The various grades utilize the jagged interlocking structures (see image right) to create billions of microscopic channels between the filter aid particles to produce optimum flow rates and clarification abilities for a wide variety of...
Research suggests that more than 50 percent of expanded Perlite worldwide is used by the construction industry. Perlite plays an important role in a wide variety of construction-related uses including: as an aggregate in lightweight insulating concrete and plaster; as a loose fill insulation material for concrete masonry blocks, cavity walls, in residential homes; and in a variety of...