Stock material or miscellaneous articles – Structurally defined web or sheet – Discontinuous or differential coating – impregnation or bond
428219, 428290, 428297, 428360, D04H 158
Zeolite-impregnated pads useful for filtering and removing ammonia from fluids and for enhancing plant growth and microbial activity comprise a nonwoven polymer pad having zeolite bonded substantially throughout the pad by a non-toxic adhesive composition. In addition, methods for removing ammonia from fluids comprise passing fluid through zeolite-impregnated pads, and methods for growing plants in situ and methods for growing bacteria comprise using zeolite-impregnated pads to enhance growth.
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Goldstein Joel M.
O'Malley Thomas M.
Aquarium Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Bell James J.
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