Phosphate Rock (calcined)

Description
A mineral fertiliser. It is a natural rock (light brown to white) consisting mostly of calcium phosphate and used as a raw material for manufacture of phosphate fertilisers, phosphoric acid, phosphorus and animal feeds. Its texture varies from being a sandy powder, fine ground rock or prills to a lumpy material containing a high percentage of dust. Phosphate rock is also sometimes crushed to make phosphate fines. Bulk density: 794-1,563 kg/m3.
Trade Names (Synonyms)
Rock Phosphate

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