Bitumen (Penetration / Emulsion / Cutback): Product Description: Types of Bitumen based on their applications: Based on their applications, bitumens can be divided into two groups: 1. road construction or thin bitumen 2. building bitumen (roof insulator) or hard bitumen Price of product ( USD price or FOB price) : About 90% of the produced bitumen is used in road construction activities and 10% of it is used for insulation applications. Key Specifications/Special Features : Penetration Grade : ASTM D 946 - 40/50, 60/70, 80/100 BS EN 12591 - 35/50, 50/70, 70/100 Viscosity Grade : ASTM D3381-09 - AC10, AC20, AC30, AC40 IS 73:2013 - VG10, VG20, VG30, VG 40 Performance Grade : PG bitumen is bitumen which is graded based on its performance at different temperatures. Natural Bitumen or Gilsonite : Gilsonite in mass is a shiny, black substance, brittle and can be easily crushed into a dark brown powder. Bitumen Emulsion : Cationic Rapid Setting - CRS-1, CRS-2 Cationic Slow Setting - CSS-1, CSS-1h Cutback Bitumen : Slow Curing - SC-70, SC-250, SC-800, SC-3000 Medium Curing - MC-30, MC-70, MC-250, MC-800, MC-3000 Rapid Curing - RC-70, RC-250, RC-800, RC-3000
Base Oil & Lubricants) Group I - SN 150 / SN 500: Group I base oils are classified as less than 90 percent saturates, greater than 0.03 percent sulfur and with a viscosity-index range of 80 to 120. The temperature range for these oils is from 32 to 150 degrees F. Group I base oils are solvent-refined, which is a simpler refining process. This is why they are the cheapest base oils on the market. Group II base oils are defined as being more than 90 percent saturates, less than 0.03 percent sulfur and with a viscosity index of 80 to 120. They are often manufactured by hydrocracking, which is a more complex process than what is used for Group I base oils. Since all the hydrocarbon molecules of these oils are saturated, Group II base oils have better antioxidation properties. They also have a clearer color and cost more in comparison to Group I base oils. Still, Group II base oils are becoming very common on the market today and are priced very close to Group I oils. Group III base oils are greater than 90 percent saturates, less than 0.03 percent sulfur and have a viscosity index above 120. These oils are refined even more than Group II base oils and generally are severely hydrocracked (higher pressure and heat). This longer process is designed to achieve a purer base oil. Although made from crude oil, Group III base oils are sometimes described as synthesized hydrocarbons. Like Group II base oils, these oils are also becoming more prevalent. Group IV base oils are polyalphaolefins (PAOs). These synthetic base oils are made through a process called synthesizing. They have a much broader temperature range and are great for use in extreme cold conditions and high heat applications. Group V base oils are classified as all other base oils, including silicone, phosphate ester, polyalkylene glycol (PAG), polyolester, biolubes, etc. These base oils are at times mixed with other base stocks to enhance the oil’s properties. An example would be a PAO-based compressor oil that is mixed with a polyolester. Esters are common Group V base oils used in different lubricant formulations to improve the properties of the existing base oil. Ester oils can take more abuse at higher temperatures and will provide superior detergency compared to a PAO synthetic base oil, which in turn increases the hours of use.
Ammonia is one nitrogen fertilizer component that can be synthesized from in-expensive raw materials. Since nitrogen makes up a significant portion of the earth's atmosphere, a process was developed to produce ammonia from air. In this process, natural gas and steam are pumped into a large vessel. Next, air is pumped into the system, and oxygen is removed by the burning of natural gas and steam. This leaves primarily nitrogen, hydrogen, and carbon dioxide. The carbon dioxide is removed and ammonia is produced by introducing an electric current into the system. Catalysts such as magnetite (Fe3O4) have been used to improve the speed and efficiency of ammonia synthesis. Any impurities are removed from the ammonia, and it is stored in tanks until it is further processed. Potassium fertilizer component: Potassium chloride is typically supplied to fertilizer manufacturers in bulk. The manufacturer converts it into a more usable form by granulating it. This makes it easier to mix with other fertilizer components in the next step. Granulating and blending To produce fertilizer in the most usable form, each of the different compounds, ammonium nitrate, potassium chloride, ammonium phosphate, and triple superphosphate are granulated and blended together. One method of granulation involves putting the solid materials into a rotating drum which has an inclined axis. As the drum rotates, pieces of the solid fertilizer take on small spherical shapes. They are passed through a screen that separates out adequately sized particles. A coating of inert dust is then applied to the particles, keeping each one discrete and inhibiting moisture retention. Finally, the particles are dried, completing the granulation process. The different types of particles are blended together in appropriate proportions to produce a composite fertilizer. The blending is done in a large mixing drum that rotates a specific number of turns to produce the best mixture possible. After mixing, the fertilizer is emptied onto a conveyor belt, which transports it to the bagging machine. Bagging: Fertilizers are typically supplied to farmers in large bags. To fill these bags the fertilizer is first delivered into a large hopper. An appropriate amount is released from the hopper into a bag that is held open by a clamping device. The bag is on a vibrating surface, which allows better packing. When filling is complete, the bag is transported upright to a machine that seals it closed. The bag is then conveyored to a palletizer, which stacks multiple bags, readying them for shipment to distributors and eventually to farmers.
Sulphur: Sulphur is the 10th most abundant element in the Milky Way Galaxy. It is found in the earth's crust, in the ocean and even in meteorites. 55 percent of Sulphur is used in the production of Fertilizer. 45 percent is used in producing commercial products. Sulphur is found in foods - onions, eggs, cauliflower, and soybean flour. Sulphur is found in humans, chickens, and sheep. Sulphur is used in matches and fireworks because it burns easily. Its ancient name "brimstone" means "the stone that burns".
Coir pith block is specially designed for commercial nurseries and greenhouses. The soil conditioner is suitable for all types of garden plants, lawns, flowers, orchids, bonsais and vegetables in pots or on the ground. Coir Pith Block Specifications : Weight - 5 Kg Size - 32x32x10 cm Variants : 1. Coir Pith Low EC 5Kg Block (Washed) 2. Coir Pith High EC 5Kg Block (Unwashed) 3. Optima 5Kg Block 4. Buffered Coir Pith Block
Coir Pith: Contain a mixture of both coir pith and coco-chips that have excellent draining and air-holding capacities. Most important factor of our products is radiation during the crop. Initially the growth of the vegetable plants starts with lack of sunshine, there will not be too much assimilation and so little irrigation is needed. Moreover, our offered coir pith blocks maintain a good vegetative-generative balance.
Grow Bags: "Coir pith grow bags are manufactured by blending Coir pith with adequate quantity of short Coir fiber. This is then compressed and packed loosely in a UV stabilized Black and White Polythene bag.Coir grow bags are used for vegetable and flower cultivation, and the focus is on providing the correct mixture of the substrate to suit each individual crop. The bags are ready to use as planting containers. Simply transplant plants into the Coir pith grow bags during the planting season. Grow Bag are available in purely 100% Coco-Peat and also in a mixture of Husk-Chips and Coir Fiber."
Husk Chips: Fine Coconut Husk Chips are obtained from outer layer of coconut fruit, which are fibrous and consist of sponge-like pith particles. These chips make the husks ideal for growing orchids and flower plants. These chips comes in different sizes and shapes. This is suitable for Anthurium & Orchid flowers.