In the human body zinc is found mainly in bones, teeth, hair, skin, liver, muscles, hair, in some parts of the eyes, in the prostate, in sperm, and is present in the white blood cells.
Zinc is used to reduce sebaceous secretion, in healing processes for internal and external lesions (increases the healing rate of wounds and burns), acne therapy and seborrheic dermatitis.
In agriculture it is used as a micro-nourishment necessary to the vegetative recovery.
Concentrates are derived from zinc salts production process and are mainly intended for metallurgy plants.
They are all-in-effect raw materials containing zinc (40%) and copper (20%).
Although they are derived from a another process, they boast a high quality making them perfectly usable and appreciated by the reference markets.
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