Chemical Name: Copper Sulfate pentahydrate- CuSO4.5H2O
Copper sulfate is known as a blue stone or blue vitriol and is a chemical compound used in a wide range of industries. Copper sulfate contains various hydrated forms, including trihydrate, pentahydrate and heptahydrates. The pentahydrate CuSO4.5H2O the most commonly encountered salt, is a bright blue and known as chalcanthite. The color of this crystal is due to the presence of water in it and is the best way to distinguish between the anhydrous and hydrous forms of this composition.
Copper sulfate can be produced via reacting various copper (II) compounds or copper metal with sulfuric acid. Pentahydrate copper sulfate is easily soluble in water and can be soluble in methanol, glycerol and slightly in ethanol.
Technical Grade-Sugar fine crystalline powder
Feed Grade-Sugar fine crystalline powder
Sugar Fine Crystalline Powder Less than 2 mm size.
1.Agriculture: Technical Grade Fungicide and agriculture use.
2.Industrial: Largely used in ore mines, textile industry and dyes.
3.Animal Feed: Copper is one of the most essential materials in almost every remix.
Copper Sulfate Uses in Agriculture: (Major uses)
1-As a fungicide and herbicide to control of bacterial and fungus diseases of agricultural products, fruits and vegetables such as plant bells, leaf spots, pests and aphid skin ulcers. Therefore it is used in the production of agricultural fertilizers.
2-Growth stimulant in the formation of vitamin A, the metabolic role of copper has been identified in several enzymatic systems and also plays an important role in biosynthesis and the activity of ethylene as a fruit hormone.
3-Correction of copper deficiency in soil, So that fertilizers containing copper or copper sulfate solution are added to the soil or sprayed on crops.
4- As snail killer and other mollusks.
5- Prevent the growth of algae; so it is used in aquatic and water pools to eliminate algae and moss.
6- Supplements for livestock and poultry in order to increase and stimulate the growth.
7- Soil sterilizer, e.g. Cheshunt compound (a mixture of copper sulfate and ammonium carbonate) to prevent "damping-off" disease and the deterioration of young plants.
8- Producing of Bordeaux mixtures for use as fungicides to treat leaf mucus and treat fungal diseases on agricultural products such as grapes, watermelons and seeds.
9- Manufacture of insecticides such as copper arsenite and Paris green.
Copper Sulfate Uses in other Industries:
1- Raw material for the manufacture of copper naphthenate and other copper compounds for use in anti-fouling paints.
2- Preparation of certain varnish or paint dryers, e.g. copper oleate, copper stearate.
3- Preparation of certain pigments, e.g. copper chromate, copper ferrocyanide, copper phthalocyanine.
4- Preparation of catalysts used in cracking certain gaseous and liquid petroleum.
5- Electrolyte in the preparation of electrotype.
6- Ingredient of printing inks.
7- Etching agent for process engraving.
25 kg of laminated bags and moisture resistant.
Usages & Maintenance:
• Copper can be toxic to sheep. Do not allow animals to eat or drink the Copper Sulfate powder as high dosage.
• Know the volume of the hoof bath and calculate the amount of Copper sulfate carefully.
• Do not overdose by using more than what is recommended by your veterinarian.
• Keep out of reach of children.
• Keep in cool and dry places.
• Keep away from direct sunlight.