With openings in the zeolite lattice structure ranging from 3.0 to 7.0 angstroms in diameter, St. Cloud Zeolite can selectively adsorb many gases such as  ammonia, hydrogen sulfide, carbon monoxide, sulfur dioxide, stream oxygen, nitrogen, formaldehydes and others.

Zeolites Remove Impurities

While synthetic zeolites are more commonly used for the separation of specific gases, St. Cloud Zeolite has the potential of providing equally precise and specific separation when utilized in appropriately engineered systems.

Natural zeolites are used in some systems for upgrading of natural gas and methane, and potential exists for St. Cloud Zeolite to be used to remove water, carbon dioxide and SO2, which could improve natural gas beneficiation yields.