Our company VIGNA TECH in collaboration with the quarry, carries out its activity of extraction and processing of volcanic aggregates, surveying and redeveloping some existing production units, located on the border between Tuscany and Lazio, from the cooling and subsequent flooding of an ancient a volcanic site whose activity determined the geological conformation of the surrounding territory, making it rich in inerts of volcanic origin such as POMICE, LAPILLO and ZEOLITE.
Thanks to the professionalism and work experience, today VIGNA TECH exercises with its partner, its mining and processing of minerals, with the latest generation machinery able to produce different types of grain sizes and types of packaging.
Our specialization is in the processing of ZEOLITE with relative sale in bags and big bags in different sizes based on intended use. The ZEOLITES are characterized by a high and selective cation exchange power and have the ability to neutralize, keeping them within its structure, liable elements such as ammonium, heavy metals and organic molecules, to absorb odorous gases such as ammonia , hydrogen sulphide and mercaptans and have great effectiveness in reducing odorous emissions from biomass produced from stables or other.
The zeolites can also be very useful in the agricultural field, in any type of crop, as soil improver or in addition to the soil and cultivation substrates, improving the physical characteristics of the soil and the exploitation of fertilizers by decreasing the quantities used, reducing the use of synthetic fertilizers and irrigation water as well as the pollution of the superficial and deep hydrological system.
The range of dried products is used as an absorbent and filtering agent for industrial oils, surface cleaning in general, light abrasive and a component of premixed products for the building industry (lightweight aggregate for mortars and cement mixes).

The product that the Vigna Tech company that produces is ZEOLITE CHABASITE GRANULAR AND MICRONIZED:

The VIGNA TECH Zeolite is guaranteed and certified on the basis of the methods of analysis reported in the annex to the DL.N.1337 of 27 January 2014 regarding cation exchange capacity (CSC) and the qualitative and quantitative determination of the content in crystalline phases and amorphous of Zeolitites by the RIETVELD method.


- It favors the stability of the system thanks to a high and selective cation exchange capacity.

- Creates a protective barrier against phytophagous insects and fungal attacks

- The high capacity of cationic and selective exchange against nitrogen-amoniacale, potassium and / or synthetic fertilizers, which are subsequently released slowly depending on the phenological needs of the crops.

- It has a reversible dehydration that reduces the intensity of the thermal excursion.

- It is designed to guarantee a high persistence on the treated surface, also protecting the young shoots and fruits from the burning action of the sun.

- Being a product of natural origin, it can be used in periods where it is forbidden to use chemical products, with total absence of phytotoxicity.

- Buffers excess acidity

                             Dosage and Method of Use:  

Horticulture / Fruitculture

Liquid Treatment:

2.5 kg par 500 liters of water par hectare




Liquid Treatment:

2.5 kg par 500 liters of water par hectare



Liquid Treatment:

2.5 kg par 500 liters of water par hectare

After Flowering Enlargement of the fruit, treat every 7-12 days according to the rain quantity and humidity percentuage.

From vegetative growth, treat every 7-12 days daccording to the rain quantity and humidity percentuage. On the cluster, treat 2-3 times to increase the cluster resistence.

ZEM70 is used during periods when cupric salts are forbidden to prevent botrytis attacks applying 30 kg of undiluted material par hectare. An alternative is to use 6/8 kg of undiluted material par hectare in addition to formulated Sali cupric / sulfur to improve performance.

SDS zeolitite.pdf
Documento Adobe Acrobat 46.2 KB
SI green.pdf
Documento Adobe Acrobat 52.8 KB
Documento Adobe Acrobat 41.3 KB