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Ferrous sulphate or sulfate, also known as iron (II) sulphate, is an inorganic salt that is used as precursor to obtain iron compounds. This salt was used in the Middle Age as copperas and green vitriol. The Ferrous Sulphate is offered in custom requirements at reasonable rates and occurs as blue/green or white crystals. Also, the product is shipped promptly without delays.
Ferrous sulphate or sulfate is mainly present in nature as heptahydrated salt. Ferrous sulphate salts tend to lose or gain water molecules depending of the medium. In water, ferrous sulfate salts are hydrolysed, forming the aqua complex [Fe(H2O)6]+2.
We packed our Ferrous Sulphatein 25 kg Multicolour strong Woven Polypropylene bags with a PP inner liner. Depending on customer requirement we also pack in Jumbo bags (1.1Mts), 50 kg and 25 kg HDPE bags
Applications of Ferrous Sulphate:
It is used as a nutritional supplement,
Ferrous Sulphate is used as colorant,
Ferrous Sulphate is used in horticulture,
It is used as a protective anti-corrosion coating,
Ferrous Sulphate is used in gold refining
Ferrous Sulphate is used in water purification
Ferrous Sulphate is used in the treatment of wooden panels.
Specifications of Ferrous Sulphate
70 degree Celsius
Ferrous Sulphate has different types of Forms
Ferrous Sulphate Anhydrous
Ferrous Sulphate Heptahydrate
Ferrous Sulphate Powder
Dried Ferrous Sulphate
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