ANTICAKING AGENT FOR UREA AND UREA/DAP BASED NPK FERTILIZERS

Most fertilizers have tendency, to form lumps or agglomerates (caking) during storage. The mechanism of caking in fertilizers is most often attributed to the formation of salt bridges and/or capillary adhesion. The severity of caking can be influenced by a number of factors, such as chemical composition, moisture content, particle structure, mechanical strength, hygroscopic properties, product temperature, ambient conditions, storage time, and storage pressure. The various methods of reducing or eliminating caking in fertilizers basically involve process control, storage/packaging conditions, and/or addition of anticaking agents.

FILTRA’S Anticaking agents are aimed at providing a comprehensive solution to the problem of caking, moisture adsorption and nitrogen loss in granulated fertilizers. The anticaking agents consist of a combination of powerful surfactants, surface tension modifiers, parting agents and crystal habit modifiers in a suitable carrier medium.

FILTRA’s Anticaking agents provide a complete solution to various problems faced by the fertilizer manufacturer. FILTRA has successfully supplied its anticaking agents in the Asian and Middle Eastern markets, with proven quality and performance.

PRODUCT RANGE

1) FOR GRANULATED COMPLEX NPK

CRYSTFLO Series:

Appearance Yellow to Brown Liquid
Application Anticaking Agent for NPK Fertilizers

PROPERTIES

Flammability Flash Point > 120°C
Flow Characteristics Pumpable through Metering pump at Room Temperature


2) FOR UREA


UREFLO Series: ( BELT SPRAYABLE )

Appearance: Pale Yellow Clear Liquid
Application Anticaking Agent for Urea Fertilizers

PROPERTIES

Flammability Flash Point > 150°C
Flow Characteristics Pumpable through Metering pump at Room Temperature.


3) FOR WATER SOLUBLE NPK


ACALF Series:

Appearance: Pale Yellow Clear Liquid
Application Anticaking Agent for Water Soluble NPK Fertilizers

PROPERTIES

Flammability Flash Point > 150°C
Flow Characteristics Pumpable through Metering pump at Room Temperature


 
 
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