Saponite Clay Nanoparticles
Saponite is used in ink formulation and the production of nanocomposites. Saponite nanoclays are also used in wastewater treatment. Other uses include as an absorbent to purify and decolor liquids, as a filler in paper and rubber, and as a base for cosmetics and medicines.
Jars, pails, drums, multi-ply paper bags, bulk bags, and fiberboard containers.
Saponite TSCA (SARA Title III) Status: Unknown
For further information, please call the EPA Office of Chemical Safety and Pollution Prevention (OCSPP) at 202-564-2902.
Saponite Clay Nanoparticles CAS Number: 1319-41-1
Saponite Clay Nanoparticles are a sustainable and bio-based material ideal for a range of applications. Saponite Clay is a naturally occurring mineral formed when volcanic ash is exposed to water. The resulting material is highly absorbent, making it an ideal choice for a range of applications, from wastewater treatment to soil remediation. Using Saponite Clay Nanoparticles can reduce reliance on non-renewable resources and create a more sustainable, circular economy.