Insecticide Aluminium Phosphide

Common name aluminium phosphide (E-ISO, accepted in lieu of a common name); aluminum phosphide (JMAF, accepted in lieu of a common name)
IUPAC name aluminium phosphide
Chemical Abstracts name aluminum phosphide
CAS RN [20859-73-8] EEC no. 244-088-0

Chemical formula for this product is AIP. As a light yellow or gray-green powder with taste, easy to deliquescence, the relative density of this product is 2.85 and the nature is stable. It is highly efficient for granary fumigation. To be more specific, with the specification of 3.20g/tablet at the concentration of 56.0%~58.5%, only 3 to 7 tablets are enough for one ton of grain. In other words, only 1 to 2 tablets are enough for one cubic meter grain.

When reacting with water and acid, insecticide aluminium phosphide decomposes and releases highly toxic phosphine gas. After absorbed by respiratory system, this gas can interact with cytochrome oxidase in the mitochondrial respiratory chain and kill insects by inhibiting normal breathing. Therefore, this product can be directly used in sealed warehouse or container to eliminate stored grain pests and rats. In sealed greenhouse, glass house or plastic greenhouse, it is able to directly kill underground and ground pests and rats as well as borer pests and nematodes by penetrating into the plants.

As an experienced insecticide aluminium phosphide manufacturer and supplier based in China, Eastchem also offers insecticide azamethiphos, insecticide imidacloprid, fungicide tebuconazole, herbicide glyphosate and herbicide metolachlor, etc.

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