Phosphoric Acid


Phosphoric Acid, chemically represented as H₃PO₄, is a mineral (inorganic) acid commonly used in a wide range of applications. It’s a colourless, odourless substance in its pure form and is often found as a thick, viscous liquid, though it can also be sold in a crystal form at higher concentrations.

Phosphoric Acid is produced by two methods: the thermal process and the wet process. The wet process, which is more common, involves the reaction of sulfuric acid with phosphate rock, producing Phosphoric Acid and gypsum as a by-product.

Our Phosphoric Acid is manufactured using advanced processes, ensuring high purity for industrial use. Available in various concentrations, it’s suitable for diverse applications, from manufacturing to food processing. Strict quality control ensures consistent product quality.

It’s designed to improve industrial process efficiency and meet a wide range of needs with different purity levels and formulations while adhering to safety and environmental standards. Caution and protective gear are advised during handling to avoid skin and eye contact.


  • Chemical Formula: H₃PO₄
  • Appearance: Colorless, viscous liquid or in crystal form at higher concentrations
  • Purity Levels: Ranging from technical grade to food grade
  • Packaging Options: Available in various sizes, from small containers to bulk tankers


  • Fertilizer Manufacturing: The most significant use of Phosphoric Acid is in the production of fertilisers, particularly diammonium phosphate (DAP) and monoammonium phosphate (MAP).
  • Food Industry: It’s a food additive (E338), acting as an acidity regulator in various processed foods and beverages, such as soft drinks and jams.
  • Detergents and Cleaning Agents: Sodium tripolyphosphate is used in detergents and cleaning products.
  • Metal Treatment: Used in rust removal and metal cleaning, often as part of a phosphate coating process.