What is Sulfur?

Sulfur is a chemical element with the symbol of “S” and atomic number of 16. It is abundant, multivalent, and nonmetallic. Under normal conditions, sulfur atoms form cyclic octatonic molecules with a chemical formula S. Elemental sulfur is a bright yellow, crystalline solid at room temperature.

CERTIFICATE OF QUALITY

CERTIFICATE OF QUALITY

PRODUCT: FORMED SULFUR FORM CODE: FP820-11 REV:0
ANALYSES & METHODS
(Latest Issue of test methods used .unless otherwise stated)
RESULTS
AVERAGE SAMPLES LIMITED
ASH CONTENT – PPM Max 200
SOLUBILITY IN WATER INSOLUBLE
MOISTURE CONTENT – PPM Max 850
ACIDITY ( AS H2SO4 ) – PPM Max 50
PURITY ( ON DRY BASIS ) – PPM Min 99.8

SPECIFICATIONS

SPECIFICATIONS

APPEARANCE YELLOW, GRANOLA
BULK DENSITY MIN 1000 KG/M3
SOLUBILITY IN WATER INSOLUBILE
SIZE DISTRIBUTION (APPROX) 3-6 mm

Packing

  • Bulk
  • Big bag 1.3 M

Application

The greatest commercial use of sulfur is the production of sulfuric acid for sulfate and phosphate fertilizers, and other chemical processes. The element sulfur is also used in production of matches, insecticides, and fungicides.

Types

Sulfur is categorized in different types of:

  • SULFUR GRANULES
  • SULPHUR POWDER
  • SULPHUR LUMPS

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