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Granular Triple Superphosphate
Name: Granular Triple Superphosphate Abbreviations:GTSP
State: Powder,Granules
MF: Ca(H2PO4)2·H2O

Descrption:
Granular solid,subacidity,it has gray or dark brown color,suitable for long-distance transportation and storage.It is easily soluble in hydrochloric acid, nitric acid,so as to water,however,hardly soluble in ethanol.Moisture losses when heating (100℃).It is easy to cake when catches moisture The properties of Corrosion and moisture absorption are greater than those of su-perphosphate.Because it contanins no ferric sulfate,aluminum sulfate,it's not easy to undergo degradation.

SPECIFICATION:

Implementation of standard:GB21634-2008 or As per buyer's request

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Unit  Indicators

Total PAs  P2O5Content                % 

46.0

Effective p As  P2O5 content          % 

43.0

Water-soluble P As  P2O5 content       %

37.0

Free Acid As  P2O5 content             % 

5.0

Moisture Content                           % 

4.0

Grain size (2-4mm                        % 

90

The average compressive strength of granules       N     

12

 Package:
PP+PE bag with English neutral marking bu/yer's marking.50KG,25KG,1000KG,1200KG
OtherComponents:Calcium,magnesium,sulfur,silicom,iron,sodium,potassium,manganese and other trace elements necessary for growing crops.

Usage:
The superphosphate is subacidity which has quick results,and is widely used nowadays as the highest concentration of single water-soluble fertilizer.It has high fertilizer effciency, adaptability, which can refine alkaline soil.It promotes plant germination, root growth,plant development, branching, fruition and maturation with the aid of providing phosphorus and calcium and other elements. It can be used as base as base ferilizer,foliage top dressing,seed fertilizer, foliar spray,as well as raw materials for compound fertilizer. Not only is can be useb separately, but also with other nutrients. If mixed nitrogen,it has the function of nitrogen fixation at some extent.