Pecan Shell 80 to 180 mesh
Pecan shells are an excellent soft grit abrasive media used for blast cleaning, tumbling, and polishing and have a wide range of applications over broad industries including oil field equipment and rigs, compressors and compressor components, soft metals, wood plastics, fiberglass gun casings, jewelry and castings, and electronic and electrical critical parts and castings.
The oil industry uses the shell as lost circulation material.
Pecan Shells are used as a filter media and are one of the best materials for removing metals from water. Many waste treatment systems utilize them to produce clean water.
Pecan shells have been discovered as a great natural medium for athletic turf fields and mulch.
50 lb. paper bags or 2,000 lb. super sacks.
Crushed Pecan Shell TSCA (SARA Title III) Status: Not listed. Pecan shell is an organic product and not subject to TSCA requirements. For further information, please call the E.P.A. Office of Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention (OCSPP) at 202-564-2902
Pecan Shell powder and granules are a sustainable material that can be used in a variety of applications. Made from the outer shell of pecan nuts, this material is a byproduct of the food industry and is often considered waste. However, by repurposing this material, it can be used as a natural and eco-friendly alternative to synthetic materials. Pecan Shell Powder and granules are biodegradable, non-toxic, and renewable, making them an excellent choice for sustainable products. Additionally, using this material contributes to a circular economy by reducing waste and creating a closed-loop system where byproducts are repurposed into useful materials.
In addition to its sustainability benefits, Pecan Shell Powder and granules offer unique properties that make them attractive for various applications. They are lightweight, have good absorption and adsorption properties, and can be used as a natural abrasive or filler. Pecan Shell Powder and granules can be used in cosmetics, agriculture, and construction industries, among others. By incorporating this sustainable material into products, businesses can contribute to a circular economy while also providing eco-friendly solutions to consumers.