22% feed-grade monocalcium phosphate (MCP)


Feed-grade monocalcium phosphate, also known as calcium dihydrogen phosphate;

Formula: Ca(H2PO4)2HO2;

Molecular Weight: 252.06;
Apparent specific gravity: 750-950 kg/m3;

Appearance: White or slightly yellowish particle;

Slightly hygroscopic; soluble in hydrochloric acid and nitric acid; slightly soluble in water, practically insoluble in ethanol;

The product in solution is acidic; when heated, the solution will be hydrolyzed; when heated up to 80℃, it will gradually lose water of crystallization;

Use: The product is mainly used as feed additives for aquatic animals to supplement feed with phosphate and calcium; it is easy to be absorbed by aquatic animals.


It is produced by adopting the phosphoric acid purification techniques, therefore with high purity and low hazardous materials;

Its high percentage of water-soluble phosphate helps aquatic animals to absorb calcium and phosphate, with the digestion and absorption rate of higher than 90% and low excretion. As a result, it helps with environmental protection;

It contains high percentage of phosphate, therefore reducing the need for monocalcium phosphate and accordingly lowering transportation and storage costs;

The product is certified to the ISO9001:2008 quality system and the FAMIQS5.0 (European Feed Additives and Pre-Mixtures Quality System), ensuring its high and consistent quality up to international standards.

Package and Transportation:

Packed with plastic woven bags lined with double-layer polyethylene bags with net weight of 50 kg or 25 kg;

It should be covered in transportation to prevent from rain and sunlight;

It should be stored in a cool, well ventilated, and dry place; it should be kept awy from toxic and corrosive materials.