Upwards of 90% of the sulfur in the world is used to produce sulfuric acid, the main purpose of which is to produce agricultural fertilizers (phosphated).
The remaining 10% are divided in other applications, such as:
- Dissolving wood to produce pulp;
- Bleaching sugar, ridding it of impurities;
- Vulcanizing rubbers, which increases product resistance, especially tires;
- Formulating insecticides and fungicides;
- Feedstock for the chemical industry, with emphasis on formulating biodegradable detergents;
- Feed supplement for livestock.
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This product complies with the National Petroleum Agency (NPA) specifications, which are unique to the Brazilian market and have different equivalences for the other countries.