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Maximum results with vermiculite

Vermiculite is one of the basic raw materials that PULL processes into customer-specific semi- and finished products. Vermiculite is inorganic, imperishable, non-flammable, sterile, insoluble in water, non-perishable, fibre-free, insensitive to temperature changes, resistant to acids, chemically neutral, odourless, resistant to vermin, mould, or fungus, and is not electrically conductive.

As the above properties suggest: the application possibilities are numerous. Our vermiculite comes with an asbestos-free certificate. In addition, it has a certificate to serve as an additive in organic agriculture and horticulture. We are happy to tell you all about it or request a quote.

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Discover the versatile applications within these sectors

PULL is uw partner in de tuinbouw en agrarische sector
Grow more with less
Duurzame partner met gerecyclede materialen
Highly efficient, heat and fire-resistant, absorbent, and damping
PULL industry applications
Cryogenic insulation, automotive and packaging industry
Packaging volumes

PULL vermiculite is available in various packaging volumes

PULL vermiculiet in kleinverpakking
Small packaging
We are happy to meet your desired dimensions
Vermiculiet in 100 liter verpakkingen
100 liters
Suitable for use with cultivation in buckets, trays or bed cultivation
Vermiculiet in big bags
Big bags
Always sufficient stock with PULL vermiculite big bags
Vermiculiet in bulk
When high volumes keep your production running
Vermiculiet korrels

What is vermiculite?

Vermiculite is the geological name given to a group of hydrated laminar minerals which are aluminum-iron-magnesium silicates. Exfoliated vermiculite is used in the friction brake linings market, high-temperature insulation, loft insulation, various construction products, animal feeds, horticulture, and many other industrial applications. 

When exfoliated, the mineral expands up to ten times its original volume, resulting in lightweight granules that possess excellent insulation properties. Vermiculite can be treated in a variety of manners to make it suitable for a wide variety of applications where fire resistance and thermal stability are essential. Also ideal for wood-burning stoves.