GREEN AGROCHEM-LIGNIN is specialized in lignosulfonate(lignosulphonate)R&D and marketing. Headquarter in Beijing,R&Dcenter in Suzhou,2 production plants,more than 80 staff.

Our production

Daily production capabilty is 150MT.Our production is strictly under customers’ requirement every step is followed by lab random sampling test and every batch are completely under QC department control.


Our market has expand to Us,EU,Mid east,South Asia,Australia,Central Asia.

Main Products

Sodium Lignosulfonate,Magnesium Lignosulfonate,Potassium Lignosulfonate,Ammonium Lignosulfonate,
Calcium Lignosulfonate,Super Sodium Lignosulfonate,Ferrochrome Lignosulfonate,Chrome Lignosulfonate,
Chrome lignosulfonate,Potassium Lignohumate,Boron Lignosulfonate,Cupper Lignosulfonate,Manganese Lignosulfonate,Zinc Lignosulfonate.

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Lignosulfonates Application

Agriculture,Coal Briquettes or refinery coke binder,Dust suppressants(Dust control agent)and surface stabilizer,Ceramics,Animal feed pellets,Carbon black,Cement.

Lignosulfonate used in animal feed

Lignosulfonate used in construction

Lignosulfonate work as briquette binder

Lignosulfonate work as super plasticizer

Lignosulfonates used in agriculture

Lignosulfonate used for dust suppression

Lignosulfonate used in agriculture


What is Lignosulfonate

Lignosulfonates are when traded a brown amorphous powder. They have no odour and they are not hygroscopic. They form colloidal solutions or dispersions with water but are not soluble in organic solvents.

Lignosulfonates are biopolymers; they are salts of lignosulfonic acid that has been formed when pulp is manufactured by the sulphite method. The lignosulfonates are of varied composition because the woods are different, the extent of the lignin degradation can be different and a different number of sulfonic groups can have been added. Lignin is a polymer with a most varied length and composition, a fundamental structure being hydroxyphenyl propane.

It contains many phenolic rings and methoxy groups, the figure gives one example. The distribution of unpolar and polar groups, including the hydroxyl and sulfonic acid groups formed at the degradation, decides the properties of the particular lignosulfonate.