How it works

How it works 

The Glaze Coatings ensure that every granule carries the same amount of the required micronutrient. This ensures a uniform distribution of micronutrients in the fertiliser band. Plus, Glaze Coatings also enhance dust suppression.

Formulated with naturally occurring binding polymers and free from heavy metals and hydrocarbons, Glaze coatings can be pre-mixed for a prescription blend.

The Glaze Coatings can be applied to:

  • Single superphosphate, 
  • MAP
  • DAP
  • MicroEssentials ZS
  • Urea
  • MOP
  • SOA
  • NPK compounds that do not contain nitrates.

Supplier Benefits

Easy to Apply

Glaze is a ready-to-use liquid that is easy to measure and apply. The product can be applied by fertiliser suppliers directly onto fertiliser granules using batch or continuous flow blending and handling systems.

New Product Opportunities

Glaze micronutrient coatings provide fertiliser suppliers with the opportunity to offer new products.

Improved Quality

Improve the quality of dusty gr anular fertiliser before it reaches your customers.

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Glaze Coating application

Fertiliser suppliers and resellers can apply Glaze coatings to granular fertiliser in a batch or continuous blending system.

  • Glaze is supplied in an IBC.

  • The product is applied undiluted.

  • Measure Glaze by weight or volume. If measuring by weight, you may prefer to measure “loss of weight”.

  • Uniform application to fertiliser granules is achieved in batch or continuous blending systems.

  • Glaze can be applied to straight fertiliser granules or added when blending mixtures of granular fertilisers.

  • Glaze can be co-applied with other fertiliser coating products such as fungicides but should not be pre-mixed with other products before application.

  • DO NOT APPLY Glaze to fertilisers or blends containing Nitrates.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Do I need to make any modifications to my blender equipment?
    Any blender that creates a rolling momentum will adequately apply Glaze. We recommend a peristaltic or progressive cavity pump for pumping Glaze from the IBC, due to the density of Glaze products.
  2. Do I need to clean the blender after applying the Glaze?
    No, as long as Glaze is applied to the fertiliser directly and not on the equipment.
  3. Will the fertiliser granules stick together when Glaze is applied?
    No, however in cases of high dust content “balling” can occur and we recommend adding Glaze DS to dusty fertiliser before applying Glaze micronutrients.
  4. How long does it take the Glaze to dry?
    Depending on the coating rate, up to 30 seconds.
  5. Will the coating crack or rub off?
    Glaze is designed to dry and only be removed with moisture. If stored in a dry environment, Glaze will not crack or rub off.
  6. Can I apply Glaze micronutrient coatings to dusty fertiliser?
    Yes, we do recommend adding Glaze DS if the micronutrient application is low.

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