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Perlite wholesale Australia

Perlite Wholesale Price Australia, MOQ: 1 Ton, Free Samples, Fast Delivery! We are a professional expanded perlite supplier with more than 19 years of manufacturing experience, 35,000m² workshop area, serving customers worldwide!

We can ship perlite to Australia, such as New South Wales (NSW), Queensland (QLD), Tasmania (TAS), Victoria (VIC), South Australia (SA), Western Australia (WA), Northern Territory, Australian Capital Territory. We can also ship perlite medium to major cities in Australia, such as Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Hobart, Brisbane, Canberra, Newcastle, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Perth etc.

Sizes of perlite for sale Australia

Our expanded perlite size: 1-3mm, 3-6mm, 4-8mm, 5-10mm, 8-15mm, 10-20mm. Premium perlite is usually divided into fine perlite and coarse perlite according to the size of individual particles.

Chemical composition of perlite Australia

SiO2 Content (%): 70-75%

Fe2O3 Content (%): 0.15-1.5%

Al2O3 Content (%): 12-16%

MgO Content (%): 0.2-0.5%

CaO Content (%): 0.1-2.0%

K2O Content (%): 1.0-4.0%

Na2O Content (%): 2.5-5.0%

Loss On Ignition: <1.0%

Expanded Or Not: Expanded

Perlite Supply Color: White

Perlite H.S code: 6806200000

Best Perlite Origin: China.

Perlite suppliers Australia

We supply bulk perlite with good quality and competitive prices. The more you buy, the less the cost. You can use cheap perlite for agriculture, horticulture and construction at a cheap price.

If you are buying perlite, such as agriculture perlite, horticultural perlite, construction perlite, please contact vincentwilsongarden@gmail.com for free samples and best offer, buy more save more! You also can click on our products: Expanded Perlite for more information!

Where can I buy perlite Australia?

Perlite medium can provide drainage without adding weight or volume to your garden soil mix. It also provides lots of air space for plant roots to grow into. This is especially helpful if your plants' roots area have poor drainage. You can also use it as a growing medium for seedlings.

You can buy expanded perlite in bulk at most garden centers or hardware stores. You can also order it online. For example, Amazon, eBay etc. If you want to wholesale perlite, then you can buy perlite in bulk from Wilson Garden. If you just need a small amount for some DIY project, then you should probably go to your local hardware store.

How to choose expanded perlite in Australia?

If you want to add expanded perlite to your garden soil, then larger chunks will be suitable. If you want to use horticultural perlite as a growing medium for plants, then smaller granules will work better.

If you want a strong color, then choose black or dark brown ones. Because they contain more minerals than other colors, like white or grey. You can also mix different colors together for an interesting look!

Is perlite really necessary?

Perlite is a form of volcanic glass that produces a white, lightweight, porous material. You can use premium perlite as a growing medium for plants. Because it is lightweight, easy to work with and inexpensive. Perlite is not necessary for all types of plant growth. It is beneficial in some situations.

Including perlite in your potting soil ensures air pockets for oxygen absorption by roots. This helps prevent root rot caused by overwatering and allows roots to breathe freely. It is important during periods of drought. The plants may need more water than usual but without losing too much oxygen due to overwatering.

You should choose a large size to get the best quality. It has bigger pores and air pockets which will provide better aeration and water drainage. However, make sure it is not too big, so that it doesn’t block up your drainage holes in your system.

Where does perlite come from?

Perlite is made from white volcanic glass called obsidian. Perlite is heated to more than 1,700 degrees Fahrenheit. This causes the glass to expand into small, lightweight granules. Perlite materials have different forms. For example, large chunks or small granules.

You can use perlite as insulation for buildings (it's got a high R-value). It's also used as a filtration medium for water treatment systems (it filters out sediment). But most importantly, growers use it because of its air-holding capacity.

Perlite has tiny air pockets. These air pockets allow water and oxygen to move freely throughout the soil instead of being absorbed by clay particles or matted together as they would be in sand. Perlite also provides good drainage for your plants' roots.


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