Other trace elements
In addition to bulk element salts such as calcium, magnesium and potassium and trace element salts such as iron and zinc, we also offer a whole range of special trace elements with metal ions or anions that are far less common.
Trace elements in contrast to bulk elements are available in the body in concentrations lower than 50 mg per kg of body weight. Trace elements include copper, chromium, manganese and selenium, but also iron, iodine and zinc.
The function of trace elements can be either very universal, as in the case of iron or zinc, for example, or very specific, as with molybdenum or strontium.
Many different foods contain trace elements, but despite their low concentration in the body, deficiencies can have considerable negative effects on health. An adequate intake of all trace elements is therefore essential for a completely healthy and sustainable way of life.
We produce our products in the special particle sizes and properties which are frequently required by our customers in a wide range and according to their specifications. Product variantions we offer for many of our Mineral salts include micronized, granulated, microencapsulated products in various bulk densities.
Furthermore we produce granules for the manufacture of tablets. Our DC granules allow direct compression, avoiding the need for wet granulation in tablet production. Our minerals are in addition used as excipients in the pharmaceutical industry, as anti-caking agents, carriers or film-forming agents in the manufacture of tablets.
We offer trace elements that are processed in very small concentrations in diluted form as triturations. moreTriturations
Sodium salts from the manufacturer
Sodium salts are among the oldest salts ever used by mankind. moreSodium salts from the manufacturer
Ammonium salts also find a variety of uses in cosmetics and body hygiene products. moreAmmonium
Copper is an important trace element that helps to ensure healthy skin, hair and nails, among other things. moreCopper
For decades, lithium has been successfully used in psychiatry for the treatment of manic-depressive disorders. moreLithium
Manganese is an essential trace element and is required, in particular, for many enzymatic processes. moreManganese
Iodine is an indispensable element of the thyroid hormone (iodotyronine). moreIodine triturations
Selenium has important antioxidant functions in the body. moreSelenium triturations
Hard teeth and dense, resistant bones owe a lot to an adequate intake of fluoride in the body. moreFluoride triturations
Chromium potentiates the action of insulin and is therefore an important factor in the body's metabolism of glucose. moreChromium triturations