Monoammonium phosphate (MAP)
Monoammonium phosphate (MAP)

Monoammonium phosphate (MAP)

Another source of nitrogen and phosphorus that is more commonly used when fertilizer is placed in direct contact with the seed of emerging crops – less nitrogen content reduces the risk of fertilizer toxicity.

Specifications

PARTICLE SIZE DISTRIBUTION

SIZE FRACTION w/w, %
mm TYPICAL, % GUARANTEE, %
+4.0 2.0-3.0 max 5
+2.0 90.5-92.0 min 90
+1.0 4.0-6.0 min 90
-1.0 1.0-1.5 max 5
Incl. -0,5 0.3-0.4

CHEMICAL COMPOSITION

SIZE FRACTION w/w, %
COMPONENT SYMBOL TYPICAL, % GUARANTEE, %
EQUIVALENT (POTASSIUM OXIDE) K2O 60.0-60.3 min 60
POTASSIUM CHLORIDE KCL 95.0-96.0 min 95
MOISTURE H2O 0.2-0.5 max 0.5

HEAVY METALS AND TOXIC SUBSTANCES:

COMPONENT SYMBOL TYPICAL, mg/kg
MERCURY Hg less than 0.7
ARSENIC As 0.84-1.0
LEAD Pb 0.1-0.5
CADMIUM Cd 0.02-0.05
ZINC Zn 0.80-0.88
CUPRUM Cu 0.47-0.51
Syntex

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