Pumice

Pumice Filtration Media

Pumice Filtration Media is used as an alternative to sand and anthracite for the treatment of potable water, sewage and industrial effluents. Pumice is also widely used in the treatment of seawater for reverse osmosis (SWRO) particularly in the Middle East. Pumice Filtration Media is manufactured in accordance with European Standard EN 12901/ 12902:1999 and British Standard BS EN 12906; “Products used for the treatment of water intended for human consumption”.

Pumice Odour Control Media (Lava Rock)

The use of our Pumice Odour Control Media (Lava Rock) in biofilters and bioscrubbers is increasing worldwide. Lava Rock is used as an alternative to traditional media such as mussel shells, plastic media and wood chips..

Pumice Powder

Pumice powder is used as a mild abrasive in glass treatments, electronic circuit board scrubbing, dental pastes and industrial hand cleaners. It i…

Pumice Grains

Pumice Grains are used extensively in the cosmetics industry in both facial and foot scrubs. The gentle exfoliating properties of pumice grains make them an ideal ingredient in exfoliating scrubs and cosmetic pumice…

Pumice Pellets

Pumice pellets are used as a biological filtration media in odour control applications, in particular to assist in the removal of H2S, mercaptans, …

Pumice Lumps

Pumice lumps are extensively used in the dressing of grinding wheels and abrasive belts. They are also used as a biological filtration media in odo…

Pumice Aggregates

Pumice aggregates are used as a lightweight aggregate in construction, lightweight concrete, precast concrete, concrete block manufacture and fence…

Pomice

Techfil already has a presence in Italy and works closely with several distributors. For guidance purposes we have prepared some useful notes on pu…

Pumice – Microbead Replacement

Pumice Grains and Powders are used in a variety of exfoliating and cleaning products, shower and body gels, facial and foot scrubs, heavy duty hand cleaners etc…

 

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