Silver Zeolite Structure

What is Silver Zeolite?

Silver zeolite refers to a type of zeolite, a porous crystalline material, that has been impregnated or coated with silver ions or silver nanoparticles. Zeolites are aluminosilicate minerals characterized by their porous three-dimensional structure. The introduction of silver into the zeolite structure can result in the material acquiring antimicrobial properties.

Macsen Laboratories is the leading manufacturer and supplier of high quality Silver Zeolite.
Name of Product Silver Zeolite
Synonyms Silver-exchanged zeolite; Silver-impregnated zeolite; Ag-zeolite
CAS No 130328-18-6

Chemical Properties

SR. No Criteria Limit/Specification
1 Appearance (Form) Granules or Pellets or Beads
2 Appearance (Color) Yellow-beige to Gray
3 Density 0.85-1.07 g/cm3 at 25 °C (lit.)
4 Melting Point >500 °C (lit.)
5 Solubility Insoluble in water


  • Silver zeolite can be incorporated into coatings for surfaces, textiles, and medical devices to provide long-lasting antimicrobial protection.
  • It has been explored for its potential use in water treatment to control microbial contamination.
  • Some air purification systems use silver zeolite to inhibit the growth of bacteria and mold in the air. This application helps maintain cleaner indoor air quality.
  • It is used as a catalyst in the low-temperature CO isotopic scrambling reaction.
  • Halogens from gas streams are removed selectively by silver-exchanged zeolite.
  • Silver zeolite can be incorporated into various consumer products, such as soaps, plastics, and kitchenware, to impart antimicrobial properties and reduce microbial contamination.
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