Iron sulfate


Iron sulfate in Persian is called yellow alder or shredder alum. Its shape is white to gray and has a high humidity and should be considered for dry storage and temperatures between 15 and 25 degrees Celsius. One of the essential nutrients in agriculture. The countries of Germany, Britain, India and China are among the world's leading producers of this substance. It is produced in Iran in Zanjan, Isfahan, Qom, Tehran and Kerman provinces.



In the production of various agricultural fertilizers, in the color manufacturing industry as iron pigments, in the extraction industry for the deposition of halogens such as chlorofluoride, in the feed and livestock industry as iron vitamin, in the chemical industry as a catalyst, in the tannery and leather industry , Textile, water treatment and cast iron castings.