Minerals >> Sulphur
As a chemical element, sulfur occupies a special place in today’s world. Sulfur on Earth occurs normally as sulfide and sulfate minerals. The crystals of sulfur are usually yellow to yellowish-brown blocky dipyramids. Several products, including fertilizers and chemicals, are made from sulphur. Besides being an essential nutrient for crops and animals, sulfur is also essential for human life. Chemically speaking, sulphur produces sulphuric acid, the world’s most common chemical and versatile mineral acid. The fertilizer industry uses sulfuric acid to manufacture primarily phosphates, as well as nitrogen, potassium, and sulphate fertilizers. Other industries that use sulfur include non-ferrous metals, fibres, carbon disulfide, agricultural pesticides, cosmetics, and water treatment. Sulfur enhances the absorption of many vital plant nutrients, especially phosphorus and nitrogen. Additionally, sulfur prevents rubber products from polluting the environment and helps maintain them.
SITCO is a leading exporter of sulphur products. Our products meet international standards and is environmentally friendly. As a manufacturer of high-quality sulfur, we strive to provide our customers with quality sulphur and timely delivery.
Applications of Sulphur
- Anti-bacterial preservative
- Effective pesticide and fungicide
- Agrochemicals, drugs, pharmaceuticals
- Formation of plant proteins
- Aids in seed formation
- Resistance to disease in plants
- Aids in the growth of plants