SHREE INDUSTRIAL ADSORBENTS PVT. LTD.
Manganese Sulphate

Manganese Sulphate

Send Inquiry

Manganese Sulphate

 We manufacture and supply a wide array of chemicals including Manganese Sulphate which is available in different chemical compositions. We formulate Manganese Sulphate min 32% which is used to prevent or treat manganese deficiency in the soil.

 

Name of Chemical: Manganese Sulphate

Other Names: Manganese Sulphate Monohydrate

Chemical Names: MnSO4.H2O

Colour: Light Pink colour powder, Pinkish Powder

Form: Solid Granular Powder (Fine)

Grade:

  • Agriculture Grade,

  • Feed Grade


Manganese Sulphate Physical Description:

  • Mol Weight: 169

  • Appearance: Light Pinkish powder

  • Odor: Odorless

  • Melting point: 750°C

  • Boiling point: 850°C

  • Density: 3.25 g/cm³

  • Property: Pink, very slightly soluble in methanol,

  • Insoluble in ether and ethanol.

Application of Manganese Sulphate:

  • Manganese Sulphate is used in fertilizers, feed additives, paints, varnishes, ceramic, textile dyes, medicines, and fungicides

  • Plants use manganese (Mn) for enzyme activity involved in carbohydrate metabolism. They also use it for making fatty acids in evergy transfers during photosynthesis. Manganese Sulphate supplies manganese, which is used to alleviate manganese deficiencies. These are most common in peat mixes. A manganese sulpahte solution is used to correct and prevent manganese deficiency in a wide range of agricultural and horticultural crops.

  • Manganese sulphate is also applied to mixes or as a foliar application for crop production where a history of Mn deficiency exists. If applied as a foliar, ensure Manganese Sulphate Soluble is requested.

  • Foliar sprays are the most effective way of applying manganese sulfate solution. If applied directly to the soil the manganese can become “locked up” especially in calcareous high pH soils.

  • Manganese deficiency occurs mainly in high pH conditions, sandy soils that are low in organic matter, organic miss (peats) and in over-limed soils. Uptake of manganese decreases with increased soil pH and is adversely affected by high levels of available iron (Fe). Cereal crops, potatoes, vines and fruit crops grown on high pH conditions are particularly sensitive to manganese deficiency.


Certificate of Analysis of Manganese Sulphate

 

S.No.

Particulars

Particulars

QA

Remarks

1

Description

White / Light Pink colour Powder

Pinkish Powder

 

2

Assay %min

98.5

98.3

Molwt 169

3

Iron Content(Fe)

100ppm Max

10

 

4

Moisture

1.00%max

0.75

 

5

Water Insoluble at 5pH

1.00%max

0.75

 

6

Bulk Density

1.25-1.50gm/cm3

1.35

 

7

Mn - Content%

32.05

31.99

 

8

Dissolution(10%soln)

clear Soln

clear Soln

 

9

pH of 10%soln

5--7

6.2

 

10

Ca/Cl2

0.50%max/250ppm


 

11

As

5ppm max


 

12

Pb

10ppm max


 

13

Mg

500ppm max


 

14

Hg

2ppm max


 

15

Cd

25ppm max


 

16

Bi

5ppm max


 

17

Tot Organics

0.25%max