Our Materials

At Purion, we believe that only by picking out the best materials around the world will we be able to deliver the home experience that we aim to achieve. Every material is chosen through countless rounds of research and development and hand-picked from the best sources around the world to ensure that both the functions and quality of our products are controlled.

What is Diatomite

Diatomite, also known as diatomaceous earth, is the naturally occurring fossilized remains of diatoms.  Diatoms are single-celled aquatic algae.  They belong to the class of golden brown algae known as Bacillariophyceae.  Diatomite is a near pure sedimentary deposit consisting almost entirely of silica.

What is Charcoal

Diatomite, also known as diatomaceous earth, is the naturally occurring fossilized remains of diatoms.  Diatoms are single-celled aquatic algae.  They belong to the class of golden brown algae known as Bacillariophyceae.  Diatomite is a near pure sedimentary deposit consisting almost entirely of silica.

Diatomite

What is Diatomite

Diatomite, also known as diatomaceous earth, is the naturally occurring fossilized remains of diatoms.  Diatoms are single-celled aquatic algae.  They belong to the class of golden brown algae known as Bacillariophyceae.  Diatomite is a near pure sedimentary deposit consisting almost entirely of silica.

Charcoal

What is Charcoal

Diatomite, also known as diatomaceous earth, is the naturally occurring fossilized remains of diatoms.  Diatoms are single-celled aquatic algae.  They belong to the class of golden brown algae known as Bacillariophyceae.  Diatomite is a near pure sedimentary deposit consisting almost entirely of silica.