Sulfur

Sulfur

Origin: Iran/Turkmenistan

Packing: bulk/50 kg bags/jumbo bags

Payment term: T/T, LC

Description

The Greeks called it “theion”, the Romans “Sulfur” and the Anglo-Saxons “brimstone” – regardless of its name one thing is certain, Sulfur is vital for life.
Sulfur (also spelled Sulphur) is a chemical element with symbol S and atomic number 16.

We, as one of the main key players in supply and export of granular and lumps sulfur from Iran and Turkmenistan, are in position to supply and export sulfur for your esteemed company with competitive prices, flexible payment terms, and required packaging. Therefore, we invite all the traders, distributors and end-users to try us with our quality services and competitive prices.

Applications:

Agricultural fertilizer use: sulfur is an essential plant nutrient needed for the production of amino acids which in turn make up proteins.
Pure elemental sulfur is a vital secondary macronutrient that can be applied to deficient soils or in places where it is necessary to lower pH for acid loving plants. It is granulated for easy application through any type spreader.

Sulfur is essential in the structural and enzymatic components in plants. Sulphur is a key component of some essential amino acids and is needed for protein synthesis. Chlorophyll synthesis also requires S.
Sulfur (Sulphur) is not readily translocated within plants, so all plants need a continuous supply of Sulphur from emergence to crop maturity. Therefore, in S-deficient plants, older leaves may appear more healthy, while newer leaves and tissue may have stunted growth and a lighter green or even yellow appearance.

Most compound fertilizers containing Sulphur also contain nitrogen, highlighting the close link between these two elements. Sulphur is part of an enzyme needed for nitrogen uptake and lack of it can severely hamper nitrogen metabolism. Together with nitrogen, sulphur enables the formations of amino acids required for protein synthesis. It is found in fatty acids and vitamins and has an important impact on quality and taste or smell of crops.

Non-agricultural uses:
It is widely used in many consumer products and industrial applications. It’s commonly converted to sulfate prior to use in rubber, textile, detergent and paper.

 

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