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Pumice Stone Exporter

Company Name : UD.SWOTS POTS

Address : Arya Banjar Getas Street, Gang Lele, Green Palm Residence, Number B5, Mataram City, Nusa Tenggara Barat Province, Indonesia, Post Code: 83115

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Pumice is a very light weight, porous and abrasive material and it has been used for centuries in the construction and beauty industry as well as in early medicine.

It is also used as an abrasive, especially in polishes, pencil erasers, and the production of stone-washed jeans. Pumice was also used in the early book making industry to prepare parchment paper and leather bindings.

Pumice For Horticulture

Pumice Stone For Agricultural

Pumice stone is a great substance that can be used for all kind of plants. It can absorb water or fertilizer for long period. This can keep your plant to be in suitable humidity condition without watering regularly. Pumice stone has longer life comparing to other kind of agricultural substances. You can use pumice stone to replace soil when planting. This will help reduce bugs and pesticides. Pumice stone also has a lot of minerals that could help your plant to grow prettier and healthier.

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Directions : Before use, user should soak pumice stone in water. After that user may place the stones on the bottom of pottery, mix with soil, or use only pumice stone for planting as normal. Even though that pumice stone can keep humidity for a long time. You still need to water your plant regularly. You can notice from the color of pumice stone. If it getting dry or its color getting more white, it is suggested that you should water your plant.

Minerals in Pumice Stone

Pumice stone is created from molten rock under the earth or as we call it “lava”. This lava is consist of melting rocks and minerals underneath the earth. Pumice stone has many minerals and element as shown in the table below.

Manganese is a component needed for many enzymes. These enzymes are called “gastric juice”. If lacking, the central of leaves or middle of the tree may have wounds.

Calcium is an important part of cell structure and helps the plant cells work normally.

The benefits or calcium On Pumice

Calcium will strengthen water pipes and food pipe of plants. This enhances the efficiency of water and food delivery to different parts of the plant.

Calcium is an important part of normal hormone production, such as hormones, cytokines, which help strengthen the flower buds. If the plant is deficient in calcium, the plant hormone will also reduce and result in lower flower bloom and slower growth of plants.

Calcium builds up a strong root system that absorbs water better. If calcium deficiency, the root system is weaken. Root cells could easily broke and soil disease will enter the roots easier.

Calcium helps the root system to resist saline soils.

Calcium helps plants to accumulate nitrates within itself. This helps the plant grows better especially in the period where the plants require high nitrate. The root system of the plant will not grow and shorten, if calcium is lacking. When growing new roots, the plant will requires high calcium.

Pumice Stone For Filter Substrate

Pumice stone is a new substrate that can be used as substitute of coral reef. It has spongy appearance but durable. The stone is not as breakable as coral reef and has long life duration. Pumice stone is light-weighted and easy to clean. It can help control water’s PH, either the water has high or low PH, the pumice stone will control water’s PH to be around 7.0. This will keep the water in good quality and result in better health for your beloved fish.

Directions : Because of its light-weight, user should soak pumice stone in water around one night before use. This will make the stone to be able to sink in the pond’s filter area. If you need to use it urgently, you can put something on top of the stone to help it sink in. After a while the stones will absorb enough water to be able to sink. In order to clean pumice stone, user should clean it with water but don’t dry it up with sun light. The heat will kill all microorganisms that help cleaning fish’s waste.

Pumice Stone For Laundry industrial

Pumice stone is an environment friendly material for Denim wash or textile wash. When washing with pumice stone, It can create a unique pattern on denim.

Pumice For Construction

Pumice is widely used to make lightweight concrete and insulative low-density cinder blocks.

The air filled vesicles in this porous rock serves as a good insulator.

A fine-grained version of pumice called pozzolan is used as an additive in cement and is mixed with lime to form a light-weight, smooth, plaster-like concrete.

This form of concrete was used as far back as Roman times.

Roman engineers utilized it to build the huge dome of the Pantheon with increasing amounts of pumice added to concrete for higher elevations of the structure.

It was also commonly used as a construction material for many aqueducts.

One of the main uses of pumice currently in the United States is manufacturing concrete.

This rock has been used in concrete mixtures for thousands of years and continues to be used in producing concrete, especially in regions close to where this volcanic material is deposited.

New studies prove a broader application of pumice powder in the concrete industry.

Pumice can act as a cementitious material in concrete and researchers have shown that concrete made with up to 50% pumice powder can significantly improve durability yet reduce the greenhouse gas emissions and fossil fuel consumption.

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It is an abrasive material that can be used in powdered form or as a stone to remove unwanted hair or skin.

In ancient Egypt skincare and beauty were important and makeup and moisturizers were widely used. One common trend was to remove all hair on the body using creams, razors and pumice stones.

Pumice in powdered form was an ingredient in toothpastes in ancient Rome.

Nail care was very important in ancient China; nails were kept groomed with pumice stones, and pumice stones were also used to remove calluses.

It was discovered in a Roman poem that pumice was used to remove dead skin as far back as 100 BC, and likely before then.

Today, many of these techniques are still used; pumice is widely used as a skin exfoliant. Even though hair removal techniques have evolved over the centuries, abrasive material like pumice stones are also still used.

“Pumice stones” are often used in beauty salons during the pedicure process to remove dry and excess skin from the bottom of the foot as well as calluses.

Finely ground pumice has been added to some toothpastes as a polish, similar to Roman use, and easily removes dental plaque build up. Such toothpaste is too abrasive for daily use.

Pumice is also added to heavy-duty hand cleaners (such as lava soap) as a mild abrasive.

Pumice For Cleaning

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Pumice stone, sometimes attached to a handle, is an effective scrubbing tool for removal of limescale, rust, hard water rings, and other stains on porcelain fixtures in households (e.g., bathrooms).

It is a quick method compared to alternatives like chemicals or vinegar and baking soda or borax.

Pumice For Early medicine

Pumice has been used in the medicinal industry for more than 2000 years. Ancient Chinese medicine used ground pumice along with ground mica and fossilized bones added to tea. This tea was used to treat dizziness, nausea, insomnia, and anxiety disorders. Ingestion of these pulverized rocks were actually able to soften nodules and was later used with other herbal ingredients to treat gallbladder cancer and urinary difficulties.

In western medicine, beginning in the early 18th century, pumice was ground into a sugar consistency and with other ingredients was used to treat ulcers mostly on the skin and cornea.

Concoctions such as these were also used to help wounds scar in a healthier manner. In approximately 1680 it was noted by an English naturalist that pumice powder was used to promote sneezing.