» calciumnitrate


TSh 64-17199738-002: 2011 (code TN VED 3102309000)

Calcium nitrate is widespread in nature, in all cultural and soils in most of the soil under wild vegetation; formed during the process of nitrification nitric acid associated with calcium intake, and therefore nitrogen plants is mainly Ca (NO3) 2 is eating at the same time making the best form for a nitrogen fertilizer in soil deficient in calcium, since, in this case, Unlike soda nitrate and ammonium salts, even with abundant and frequent introduction not only can not be observed deleterious effect on the structure of the soil, but, on the contrary, on podzolized soils should occur gradual improvement of the physical properties due to the occurrence of calcium absorption complex instead of hydrogen.

Calcium nitrate used as a fertilizer in acidic soils, since the lime contained therein has a beneficial effect on neutralizing such soils.

For agriculture to improve soil properties and increase productivity, as well as other sectors of the economy.

Calcium nitrate is physiologically alkaline fertilizer universal in the sense that it is suitable for all soils; when there is no risk to accumulate in the soil acid residues as the application of ammonium sulfate.Also calcium nitrate is used as raw material for the production of chemicals, as an additive in concrete for the construction industry, for the preparation of brine in industrial refrigeration and other technical purposes.



Safety requirements: The fertilizer is non-toxic, fire or explosion hazard. Hazard 4 SanPin 0046. maximum allowable concentration of dust: calcium nitrate in the working area of 10 mg / m3.

Storage, Packaging: Available in packages - in polypropylene bags with polyethylene liner (1-25 kg) and plastic bags (0.1-1 kg). Store in a covered dry warehouses.

Transportation: Calcium nitrate is transported in compressed form. Packaged calcium nitrate is transported by all modes of transport in covered vehicles in accordance with the rules of carriage of goods, operating in this mode of transport.

Shelf life - 2 years from date of manufacture.