Urea

Urea is a solid fertiliser containing 46.6% of Nitrogen. It is produced by the reaction of Ammonia and Carbon dioxide under high pressure, both feedstocks being supplied by the ammonia plant. The urea produced in solution is turned into a solid fertiliser of spherical granules or prilles, in the final section of urea plant called granulation or tower unit.

QAFCO urea product specification

Prilled Urea
Nitrogen : 46% Minimum
Biuret : 1% Maximum
Moisture : 0.5% Maximum
Particle Size : 1-2.8 mm : 90% Minimum
White, Prilled, Free Flowing and Free from harmful substances at time of loading.

Granular Urea
Nitrogen : 46% Minimum
Biuret : 1% Maximum
Moisture : 0.5% Maximum
Particle Size : 2-4mm : 90% Min.
White, Granular, Free Flowing and Free from harmful substances at time of loading.
 
 

Technical Data Sheets