Fertilizer production relies on various fertilizer chemical inputs for optimal production efficiency, product quality, workplace safety and environmental protection.
Process aids such as defoamers, flocculants and corrosion inhibitors are consumed or removed during fertilizer manufacturing, and ultimately do not present as components in the finished fertilizer product.
Among other benefits, these process aids improve the cost economics of fertilizer production by enhancing capacity utilization, reducing downtime and increasing the recovery of nutrient inputs.
In addition to process aids, the fertilizer industry also relies on the use of functional additives such as dust control and anti-caking coatings, granulation aids and colorants which do become part of the finished fertilizer product, and which make beneficial contributions to fertilizer quality, durability, marketability and value.
Plant nutrients delivered as commercial fertilizers come in many forms and from a wide variety of primary and secondary manufacturing processes. These manufacturing processes are frequently designed with only passing concern about the process chemicals and additives which will ultimately be needed for optimal production and product quality.
The collaboration includes identification and development of the appropriate products for each specific application and in many cases, the application systems required for those products.
The ideal nutrient analyzer person is one who has a deep understanding of and commitment to the fertilizer itself. It is of the utmost importance that the he should have a thorough and multi-level understanding of fertilizer nutrients, manufacturing processes including design, engineering, construction, operating conditions, regulatory constraints, and environmental challenges and not least of all, economics.
In addition to having great research scientists, engineers and manufacturing capabilities, also have field personnel with actual experience working with farmer so the collaboration yields exceptional results.
The fertilizer impact potential on plant should be a strategic focus—One should wake up and go to fields every day thinking about fertilizer possible impact on plant behavior.
Equipped with field personnel’s in-depth understanding of the needs of our farmers and research scientists work tirelessly to develop better and more cost-effective solutions. And technical experts work with farmers in filed, analyzing soil properties & needs to improve on an ongoing basis to continually improve their properties, with our without products.