Zarin Binder is a reliable and excellent toxin binder and pellet binder. It consists of a unique mixture of processed aluminum silicates. Its high effectiveness in absorbing the toxins of the aflatoxin family has been demonstrated by several academic and field studies, and its quality and efficacy have been investigated and confirmed in more than 10 studies. This product is used in the largest dairy farms, poultry farms, and feed production factories of Iran.
Effect of Magnotox on the fertility of dairy cattle
According to the farm test results of dairy farms of the Fars province in 2019
Complete absorption of aflatoxins in livestock and poultry feed
Dosage to prevent aflatoxin poisoning
Livestock: 5-10 kg per ton of concentrate
Poultry: 5 kg per ton of feed
With an extremely fine particle size (<37 µm) and extensive adsorption surface, aluminum silicates in the Zarin Binder can adsorb aflatoxin molecules to the edges and surfaces of their nanostructured sheets, making them inaccessible for the gastrointestinal tract. Zarin Binder keeps its binding to toxin molecules at different pH and temperature conditions, and the thermal processes during feed production for livestock and poultry have no adverse effects on its effectiveness.
Pellet Binder Properties of Zarin Binder
Several studies by the Vivan Knowledge enterprise Company showed that various pellet binders have different effects on the pellet hardness and feed production process. These differences depend on the minerals present in pellets, pellet purity, and pellet binder processing. Aluminum silicate compounds present in Zarin Binder increase the hardness and quality of pellets and lead to their gelatinizing properties without adverse effects on the production speed. Moreover, they significantly decrease the production costs, including electricity consumption, equipment depreciation, and others.
Results of scientific research on pellet hardness and quality
Increasing the consumption of B-binder pellet to compensate for its poor adhesion compared to Zarrin Binder reduced production speed by 1.17%.
In the above diagram, both pellet binders led to the same increase in the Pellet Durability Index (PDI). Zarin Binder with a dose of 8 kg per ton and pellet binder B with a dose of 16 kg per ton led to the same effect. However, increased dosage of pellet binder B to compensate for its low binding ability compared to Zarin Binder decreased the production speed by 1.17%.
Dosage for pellet quality improvement