CAC 2018 Shanghai

CAC 2018 Shanghai GREEN AGROCHEM CO.;LIMITED Booth No.:N5m21

Malaysia International Agriculture Technology Exhibition

GREEN AGROCHEM WILL ATTEND THE EXHIBITION FROM 28TH -30TH SEPTEMBER. BOOTH NO.H05. VENUE:SETIA CITY CONVENTION CENTER(SCCC) NO.1,JALAN SETIA DAGANG AG U13/AG SETIA ALAM SEKSYEN U13,40170,SHAH ALAM,SELANGOR,MALAYSIA.  

Lignohumates for Animal Health

Lignohumates for Animal Health lignohumates are fossilised plant material originating from a period which pre-dates the dinosaurs. The dark powder contains the dense mineral component which characterised those ancient plants. It also contains the amino acids and many of the other beneficial phytochemicals from that original plant matter. lignohumates have proven invaluable as a soil […]

Animal Feed Additives

Function to Digestion system To feed a variety of complex molecular nutrients fully decomposed and a good organic combination, increase gastrointestinal function, and promote the role of protein assimilation.  to improve the permeability of animal cell membrane and protoplasm, the muscle cell interstitial water content and cell water content increased, the phenomenon of pig hair […]

Lignosulfonate work as water-reducing agent

Lignosulfonate water-reducing agent is a surfactant. Therefore, the mechanism of action is lignosulfonate surfactant effect. Surfactant is an organic compound whose molecules have both hydrophilic and hydrophobic two groups. The hydrophobic groups are various alkyl or alkyl aryl group; hydrophilic group is generally able to dissociate the ionic salts. According to the hydrophilic group of […]

Sodium lignosulfonate used as water reducing agent

Ligosulfonate is a water-soluble multifunctional polymer electrolyte, is a lignosulfonate, with dispersing biological slime, dirt iron oxide, calcium phosphate ability, but also zinc ions, calcium ions to form a stable network compound. Lignosulfonate and calcium lignosulfonate commonly used in the multi-purpose concrete waterproofing agent superplasticizer, concrete after adding water reducer, superplasticizer hydrophobic groups directed adsorbed […]

Sodium lignosulfonate manufacturing process

 In the pulping process. Sodium carbonate or sodium hydroxide, calcium oxide, or a substituted calcium hydroxide. This method is relatively rare, because sodium carbonate or sodium hydroxide, is usually higher than the price of calcium oxide or calcium hydroxide. With pulp mill waste as a raw material,Sulfite or bisulfate process Bisulfite pulping of calcium contained […]

Application of calcium lignosulfonate working as binder for pelleting

Description Calcium lignosulfonate is naturally working as binder as it is colloid meanwhile it contends sugar these two factors decide its binding capacity. Function So it can be used as pellet binder ,Firstly could affect the animal growth digestion ,could supply natural soluble carbohydrate ,crucial for the metabolizable energy .Live stock and poultry can be improved eating resistance ,particle strength,reduce the amount of feed powder,also reduce anti back ratio and cost. Application For pelleting:No more than 5% of the total blends. Prepare stage:1.Mix all the feeds together with lignosulfonate and dry mix even,2.Add […]

Lignosulfonate application of dust control

A naturally occurring polymer found in wood that acts like glue. During the pulping process, lignin is separated from the wood and undergoes an extensive process and eventually becomes an ammonium or sodium based lignosulfonate. Lignosulfonate works by binding the road surface particles together. Water evaporates from the lignin as it dries, and the dust […]

How to produce lignosulfonate

Currently, the method of separating lignin generally have two: one is outside the plant component lignin dissolved removing lignin as an insoluble components are separated by filtration; the other is just the opposite, lignin as a soluble component, will Other components of plant cellulose is dissolved and then separated from the lignin. Separation of different […]

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