Monoammonium phosphate (MAP)
MAP ((NH4H2PO4) is a highly concentrated granulated nitrogen-phosphoric fertilizer, where nitrogen is represented in ammonia form. Produced via the neutralizing of phosphoric acid with ammonia. Monoammonium phosphate is used for all soil types, for ground and bed application, and for all agricultural crops and climates. Any grade of compound fertilizers can be produced with Monoammonium phosphate as input. This product is non-hygroscopic, non-dust forming and non-caking, constant granulometric composition, and water-soluble.
MAIN TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Main technical characteristics
|Total nitrogen (N), %||12 ± 1||12 ± 1|
|Total phosphates (P2O5), %||52||52 ± 1|
|Moisture, %, max||1||1.5|
|Granulometry, %||between 1- mm,% min||–||2|
|between 2-5 mm,% min||95||90|
|less than 6 mm, %||0||0|
MAP is a non-toxic, non-combustible and explosion-proof substance.
Shipped in bulk or packed in 50 kg bags or containers 1000 kg – 1200 kg.
Transportation is carried out by all types of transport, in compliance with relevant goods transportation regulations.
Stored in closed storage facilities. Shelf life – 9 months from the date of production.
- EuroChem-Belorechenskie Minudobreniya(BMU)