ICL/Dead Sea Periclase has unique control of their supply chains, from mine to customer. Sourced from the Dead Sea in the heart of Israel, the purity of ICL Specialties’ magnesium offerings is unparalleled. Through carefully curated methods, only the highest quality and most stable products are delivered to customers across the globe. Their ever evolving portfolio of different grades meet the needs of encapsulation, tableting, food and beverage applications. The endless source of brines which serve as raw materials of Periclase plant, are concentrated naturally-occurring solutions of dissolved salts, from the dead sea water. By using a simple and natural solar evaporation, Dead Sea Periclase achieves an exceptionally high concentration of magnesium chloride in the brines, without using any external chemical intervention.

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Magnesium Carbonate

Magnesium Carbonate is a free flowing white, granular or powder material that is insoluble in water and alcohol. It is used in the production of antacid tablets and mineral supplements and cosmetics. Magnesium Carbonate is also used for color retention in the food industry. ICL's magnesium is known for its particularly low heavy metal content, high purity and tightly controlled chemical and physical characteristics.

Magnesium Oxide

We are proud to offer Magnesium Oxide from ICL-IP Dead Sea Periclase. ICL-IP supplies the world’s purest high end Magnesium Oxide, meeting strict criteria of standards such as: EP, FCC, USP, BP, JP, IDL and GMP. By processing magnesium compounds from the waters of the Dead Sea, ICL-IP is able to offer superior quality Magnesium Oxide with significantly low levels of heavy metals lead, arsenic, aluminum, and mercury. This free flowing ingredient is used in vitamin and mineral supplements, antacids, cosmetics and food additives.

Magnesium Hydroxide

Magnesium Hydroxide is a white, free flowing powder used in the manufacturing on antacids, laxatives, mineral supplements and is considered a strong electrolyte. This organic compound is often called milk of magnesia because of its milk like appearance. Different bulk densities offer a choice of compounding possibilities for tablet and powder dosage systems.