to the Texas Sodium Bentonite, Inc. web site. If you're looking
for information on one of the most effective, low cost methods
of treating porous soils, you have come to the right place. Sodium
bentonite is a natural sealant and is environmentally safe with
no chemicals, no additives, and nothing toxic.
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Uses For Sodium Bentonite
Other uses of sodium bentonite include: drilling mud, clumping cat litter, bonding
agents for feeds, medicines, cosmetics, foundry industry, pesticide carrier,
and many, many more. It is currently being tested for absorption of the E-Coli
bacteria in foods.
Can I Learn More About Sodium Bentonite?
At Texas Sodium Bentonite, Inc. we offer free literature and also provide consultation
visits upon request. We can perform soil testing as well. We work with professional
bentonite distribution contractors and can help you determine the best applications
to fit your needs. With our various locations in Texas, we are well equipped
to serve you wherever you are.
has over 900,000 ponds with over two-thirds of these
privately owned ponds, stock tanks and lakes. These ponds
provide a source of water for humans, livestock, wildlife,
crops and fish. For these reasons most pond owners should
be concerned about the amount of water maintained in
their pond. Throughout the course of a year, a pond's
water level (even those without a leak) will drop because
of evaporation, seepage, and withdrawals for household
use, livestock watering and irrigation. Evaporation is
surface water lost to the atmosphere. In a dry year rainfall
may not replace the amount of water evaporating from
the pond's surface. Seepage is water lost through the
soil. Well-constructed ponds with good soil may lose
one inch of water per month to seepage. Sodium bentonite
is EPA approved for use as a pond sealant. Quality sodium
bentonite is so effective, it can take up to 12 times
the amount of other clays-including calcium bentonite-to
do an equivalent job using sodium bentonite!