Calcium feed phosphate production using the low,
Sep 01, 2001· 1. Introduction. The following feed phosphates are produced and used most commonly (Kowalski & Górecki, 1993, Wzorek, 1998): dicalcium phosphate (DCP), containing [g kg −1] 180–200 P, min. 210 Ca with Ca:P<1.15:1, and monocalcium phosphate (MCP), containing [g kg −1] 210–220 P, min. 150 Ca with Ca:P<0.8:1.Other feed phosphates used are: tricalcium phosphate (TCP),10.1016/S0950-4230(01)00018-3 | DeepDyve,Jun 11, 2020· Other feed phosphates used are: tricalcium phosphate (TCP), containing [g kg −1 ] up to 180 P, min. 350 Ca with Ca:P ration 1.9:1; crude defluorinated phosphate (DFP) containing [g kg −1 ] min. 140 P and min. 220 Ca; and tricalcium phosphate with a sodium addition (DFP CaNaP), obtained in the thermal process of defluorination of apatite or,New Low-Temperature Technology of Producing Calcium Feed,,Calcium phosphates for animal feed are generally produced from phosphate rock, which is first digested with sulphuric acid to produce phosphoric acid (wet process, as described in section 4.3).