For decades one of the most popular ways to make phosphate
fertiliser has been to use phosphoric acid as the main raw
material. This is mainly produced by reacting sulphuric acid with
the phosphate ore. This reaction can be achieved by following one
of several different routes.
The selection of the optimum process for any new project or
re-vamp for the production of phosphoric acid is a mammoth task.
There are an enormous number of factors that influence the
In a conference presented in front of the members of the IFS,
Paul Smith extensively presented the process routes available and
provided a rich list of choice criteria. This webinar summarised
the information presented and also presented recent
If you are new to the production of phoshate fertiliser or would
value a 'refresher' of the main alternatives viewing this webinar
will be an excellent use of your time.
This link enables you to view and hear the
presentation, along with the extensive question and answer session
that followed it.