PREVENT CLUMPING AND CAKING
White Lake Earth™️ is added to grain, feed, and supplements to absorb moisture that can otherwise lead to clumping and caking. White Lake Earth™️ keeps things dry, and so improves flowability while preventing moist conditions that can lead to the growth of molds and bacteria.
White Lake Earth™️ Diatomaceous Earth is a “natural grade” DE from a freshwater source mined in Oregon, USA. It is a naturally pure form of amorphous white diatomaceous earth that contains calcium, magnesium, and other essential trace mineral oxides.
Diatomaceous Earth is found through-out the world, however all deposits are not formed with the same qualities. The DE found in this White Lake Earth™️ deposit has measurable, unique characteristics, including massive surface area. While most diatomaceous earth material has a surface area of 10m2/g to 30m2/g, White Lake Earth’s surface area is over 69m2/g.
The White Lake Earth™️ deposit also contains a variety of fossilized Melosira species of freshwater diatoms, with a greater number of pores per diatom, and hence greater pore volume.
White Lake Earth™️ is composed of uncalcined, amorphous silica (the good kind of silica). Many other diatomaceous earth products are intentionally turned into crystalline silica through a high-heat process called calcining. Calcined DE may contain up to 70% crystalline silica, which can be dangerous when inhaled or ingested. White Lake Earth contains less than 0.1% crystalline silica.
Available in: 5.4 kg bag, 13.6 kg bag and bulk tote bags
WHITE LAKE DIATOMACEOUS EARTH PRODUCTS ARE AVAILABLE THROUGHOUT CANADA
Our White Lake Earth products can be found at retailers and distributors throughout Canada. To find a location near you, please contact us.
FURTHER INFORMATION AND RESOURCES
Anti-caking agents are added to grain, feed and supplements to absorb moisture that can otherwise lead to clumping and caking. White Lake Diatomaceous Earth keeps things dry, and improves flowability, while creating an unfavorable environment for mold and bacterial growth.
To be considered Food Chemical Codex Grade, Diatomaceous Earth must meet a variety of requirements including very low levels of heavy metals like arsenic and lead; White Lake Diatomaceous Earth satisfies all aspects of the Food Chemical Codex Grade designation.