Phosphoric Acid

On a daily basis, 900-1300tons of diluted phosphoric acid is produced through a reaction between phosphate ore and sulfuric acid produced at the Industrial Complex using Prayon Wet Process. Phosphate is trucked in from various mines and unloaded in the unloading station. The production capacity of which is 18,000tons They also have a yard for phosphate storage with a capacity of 100,000tons. Phosphate is transported by moving belts to the phosphate mill at a rate of 200tons per hour to grind phosphates to a granule size less than 500 microns.
Granules react with sulfuric acid in a reactor that has capacity of 1,250m3. In addition there is the new reactor containing diluted phosphoric acid and gypsum. Then the mixture is pumped into 3 hosts, the size of each is 280m3 so as to increase the size of the gypsum crystals and then filtering the solution using a UCEGO Filter.

Phosphoric Acid

The produced diluted phosphoric acid is sent to dilute acid tanks to become concentrated at a later stage. As for the gases resulting from the reaction which contain many fluorine compounds, water vapor and carbon dioxide, they are washed in the absorption towers before being released to the atmosphere. The concentration of diluted phosphoric acid is increased by means of heat exchangers from 28% to 52% using vacuum evaporation in the three connection lines. Some acid is purified for exportation and to be solid in the local market. In addition, the Japanese Fertilizer Company is provided with phosphoric acid to meet its needs. Yet, the bulk of acid is used in the production of fertilizer. Phosphoric acid is an intermediate component in several industries, including fertilizers, animal feed, chemical detergents, as well as in some food industries. Direct benefits of pyroxenite same MgO and high silica as Dolomite are as follows.
Phosphoric acid is an intermediate component in several industries, including fertilizers, animal feed, chemical detergents, as well as in some food industries.

1 P2O5 (Min) 49
2 Suspended solid(Max) 1.0
3 < 1.5% 3.0
4 MgO (Max) 0.8
5 Fluoride (Max) 0.7
6 Chloride (Max) 0.02
7 SO4 3.0
8 CaO (Max) 0.10

Sulfuric Acid

More sulfuric acid (H2SO4) is produced in the world than any other chemical. Over 40 million tons (4 x 1010 kilograms) of sulfuric acid is manufactured annually. Sulfuric acid is used in the production of fertilizers, explosives, petroleum products, detergents, dyes, insecticides, drugs, plastics, steel, storage batteries, and many other materials. The largest amount of sulfuric acid is used in the production of phosphate fertilizers. In this process calcium phosphate, Ca₃(PO₄)₂, in phosphate rock, which cannot be used by plants because of its insolubility in groundwater, is converted to forms that will dissolve in water, thus making the phosphate available to plants.

BULK Sulphuric Acid

One remarkable property of sulfuric acid is its great affinity for water. For example, when it is mixed with sugar, it dehydrates the sugar (takes the water out) and forms a column of black carbon. Because of this high affinity for water, sulfuric acid is often used as a drying agent in the production of explosives, dyes, detergents, and various anhydrous (water-free) materials. The violence with which sulfuric acid and water combine makes the dilution of concentrated sulfuric acid potentially hazardous. The addition of water to the concentrated acid produces a vigorous reaction, which often causes acid droplets to spew in all directions. For obvious reasons, this must be avoided. Always add the acid to water when diluting so that any accidental splattering will involve dilute acid rather than concentrated acid.

Sulphuric Acid Specifications
93-98% grade
Fe <50 ppm
NO₃ <5 ppm
Hg 1.0% MAX
As <1 ppm

Caustic Soda Lye

Caustic soda lye also known as Sodium hydroxide and is an inorganic compound with the formula NaOH. It is a white solid ionic compound consisting of sodium cations Na+ and hydroxide anions OH− Sodium hydroxide is a highly caustic base and alkali that decomposes proteins at ordinary ambient temperatures and may cause severe chemical burns. It is highly soluble in water, and readily absorbs moisture and carbon dioxide from the air. It forms a series of hydrates NaOH•nH crystallizes from water solutions between 12.3 and 61.8 °C. The commercially available "sodium hydroxide" is often this monohydrate, and published data may refer to it instead of the anhydrous compound. As one of the simplest hydroxides, it is frequently utilized alongside neutral water and acidic hydrochloric acid to demonstrate the pH scale to chemistry students.

Caustic Soda Specification
NaOH 49.5 - 50.5 wt%
Na2CO3 0.10 wt% max
NaCl max 100 wt. ppm
Na2SO4 max 100 wt. ppm
Fe2O3 max 10 wt. ppm
NaClO3 max 100 wt. ppm


The company offers Lumps/Granular and Prilled Sulphur sourced from refineries in Middle East and Russia.
Sulphur is offered in Bulk with minimum order quantity of 25,000MT.
Containerized shipments are offered with MOQ of 1,000MT, packed in 50kg bags approx. 25MT/20’FCL

Sulphur Typical Specification
**Free from Selenium, Tellurium and Arsenic


We source Paraxylene from refineries in the Far east and Middle east confirming to the above specifications. Bilk shipments of 10,000- 20,000 DWT tankers are preferred.

1 Appearance colorless, transparent & without suspension
2 Color APHA max 20
2 Color APHA max 20
3 Specific Gravity 15°C/4°C 0.864 to 0.866
4 Purity wt %, min 99.5
5 Bromine Value g/100g, max 0.02
6 Distillation test
7 IBP °C, min 137
8 Dry Point °C,max 139
9 Sulphur not detectable
10 Non aromatics wt %,max 0.05
11 Meta Xylene wt %,max 0.15
12 Ortho Xylene wt %,max 0.1
13 Ethyl Benzene wt %,max 20