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Mixed (Ammonium Nitrate-Phosphorus) fertilizer

Mixed (Ammonium Nitrate-Phosphorus) fertilizer

MIXED NITROGEN-PHOSPHORUS FERTILIZER (NPHF)

Ts  00203068-27:2015 (HS code 310 559 0000)

Highly concentrated granulated nitrogen-phosphorus fertilizer is formed by mechanical mixing of ammonium nitrate with ammophos in ratio 9:1. The product is used as mineral fertilizer. This fertilizer is used on all type of soil for basic and starter application under all crops.

Specifications

Physical configuration

granulated product without any mechanical impurities

Granulometric composition, mass fraction of granules size :

- less than 1 mm, %, no more than

- from 1 to 4 mm, %, no less than

- more than 6 mm, %

3

95

not available

Mass fraction of the sum of nitrate and ammonium nitrogen, %

29÷32

Mass fraction of total phosphate, %, no less than

4

рH 10 % - water solution, no less than

4

Mass fraction of calcium nitrate and magnesium in terms of а CaO, %

0,2÷0,5

Friability, %, no less than

100

Safety Requirements: nitrogen-phosphorus fertilizer refers to low-hazardous substances. By degree of impact on human body, it is referred to 4th class of hazard, it’s an oxidizing compound and fire hazardous.

Packaging: in polypropylene valve sacks and with polyethylene insert.

Transportation: in sacks by any kind of transport, excluding air transport, in covered vehicles in accordance with the rules of transportation, effective for given kind of transport.

Storage: the product is packed in polyethylene container, stored in covered, dry and clean storehouses, protected from moisture, excluding rain and subsoil water, separately from other materials and substances.

Guarantee term of storage: 6 months since the date of manufacturing.


 
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