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Story of Zeolites

Published on 1/23/2017
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Zeomineral Products

I continue the story of Zeolites now ,as so many of IBO friends asked it.

At the end of the Middle Ages, Thomas Hutnik, the craftsman of Reigning Prince Rákóczi developed pearlite-based glass-making.

His products have a natural connection to the viticulture whose development was in progress at the time. The bases of Sárospatak, Gönc and Hollóháza pottery were laid out by modern adobe made in the mountain region.

In modern times, after laying out the country’s boundaries with the treaty of Trianon, in the remaining Hungarian territories, engineers and experts started to promote the mining of special minerals which were not available or were scarce in other regions of the country. Bentonite (which was originally named estonite in technical literature before Ford Benton) made its entrance as a raw material and thus began a renaissance of ceramic raw materials and stone mining for road construction.

After World War II, the development of our heavy industry was politically supported, so Tokaj-Hegyalja fire-clay and rhyolite tuff took their turn and perlite was rediscovered as a building material after being used in manufacturing wine bottles. It is a thing of interest that these minerals occur in the aforementioned viticulture regions, thus indicating that an excellent quality wine-producing area needs to be a rich volcanic area.

Humanity, as the main consumer of mineral raw materials, has been using the natural mineral materials of the mountains for constructing purposes since ancient times. In the time of Saint Stephen, in the construction of churches, later in the construction of public buildings of bigger cities and in the 20th century in the developing s('LOCAL') construction of homes, the volcanic tuff-based building materials from Tokaj-Hegyalja played an important role.
n the last decades of the past century, the effects of minerals on soil, plants, animals and humans played a special role in settlements which were haracterized by industry and a growing population. Nowadays, more than 150 different kinds of mineral products provide help for soil improvement, plant protection, livestock farming and last but not least, to human health-care.


In the region of the Tokaj Mountains, there lives a specially mixed population of Polish (from the north), Slovakian, Ruthenian, Russian and Ukrainian (from the east) and Swabian (from the west) immigrants and native Hungarian people, which makes the region a very particular area with a thoroughly hybridized population. This hybridization of the historical development’s groups of people complements the extraordinary mineral and floral world. It is not a recent but an old popular observation that hybrids are always more resistant and they are able to adapt themselves to different conditions, unlike homogenous types.

Shall i continue my Dear Extremely respected Readers?

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