Diammonium Phosphate / Diammonium Hydrogen Phosphate

Other Trading Names:

  • Sodium Dihydrogen phosphate

CAS Number: 13472-35-0

HS Code: 310530

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  • 25kg bag
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Diammonium Phosphate / Diammonium Hydrogen Phosphate

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Assay

98.0-103.0 %

PH value

 Water insoluble matter

 ≤0.2 %

Heavy Metal

≤0.001 %

Pb

≤0.0004 %

As

≤0.0003 %

Fluoride(F)

≤0.005 %

Loss on dry

2.0 %

Phosphorus pentoxide

44.6 %

Chemical Description

  • Diammonium phosphate (DAP), also known as diammonium hydrogen phosphate, is a highly versatile fertilizer widely used in agriculture.
  • DAP is widely used in a number of industries, including agriculture, food processing, chemical manufacturing, water treatment, fire retardants industry
  • It consists of two important nutrients essential for plant growth: nitrogen and phosphorus.
  • The high nitrogen content in DAP provides an immediate supply of this crucial element to plants, promoting rapid growth and green foliage.
  • Phosphorus, present in the form of phosphate, plays a vital role in root development, flower formation, and overall plant health.
  • DAP is particularly beneficial for crops with high nitrogen requirements during their early growth stages.
  • Its water-soluble nature ensures quick absorption by plant roots, making nutrients readily available for uptake.
  • DAP is suitable for various soil types, including sandy, loamy, and clay soils, enhancing its applicability across different agricultural settings.
  • It can be applied through various methods such as broadcasting, banding, or fertigation, providing flexibility to farmers in nutrient management.
  • DAP is commonly used as a starter fertilizer for crops like corn, wheat, rice, and vegetables, promoting vigorous early growth and establishment.
  • Apart from its role in agriculture, DAP finds applications in industrial processes such as water treatment and fire retardation.
  • In water treatment, DAP is utilized as a source of phosphorus for controlling algae growth and improving water quality.
  • As a fire retardant, DAP can be incorporated into fire extinguishing agents, forming a protective barrier that inhibits the spread of flames.
  • The versatility, effectiveness, and ease of application make DAP a staple in modern agriculture and various industrial sectors worldwide.
  • When used responsibly and in accordance with recommended guidelines, DAP contributes to sustainable crop production and environmental stewardship.
  • Its balanced formulation and efficient nutrient delivery make DAP an essential component in optimizing crop yields and ensuring food security for a growing global population.
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