Nordisk Perlite ApS (NDK) - DK

Nordisk Perlite ApS is a family owned business company established in 1979 in Denmark. The company invested from day one in equipment and furnaces to produce perlite – all types. The products were sold local and in Scandinavia. Soon after the production of fine special ground perlite on base of a US patent was established and which is the background for the company today can manufacture plate like ground perlite down to 5 µm. Nordisk today manufactures more than 16.000 tons of lightweight materials – avg. weight 50 – 200 kg. / M3. We distinguish between normal expanded materials typically from 0-1 to 1-6 mm grains, products which are sold as an earth improver, and to insulation purposes, building industries, paint etc., and the fine milled products which are in the area of 5 – 50 µm. The latter are mainly sold as a filtration aid in all industries from enzymes to edible oil to pharmaceutical industries and is exported worldwide. These products are also increasingly used as filler in a number of industries. Nordisk employs 5 persons in administration and 16 in the production which is partly semi automatically.

http://www.perlite.dk
http://filterperlite.de

 

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