It is commonly used as a fertilizer, the organic molecule containing Nitrogen (N), Carbon (C), Hydrogen (H) and Oxygen (O) elements essential for the normal development and growth of plants and vegetables. Urea is the most concentrated of common sources of nitrogen in solid state. It is suitable for all soils and crops, especially for those requiring high doses of nitrogen.

Technical data


  • Farming:
    90% of the urea produced is used as fertilizer. It is applied to the soil and provides nitrogen to the plant.
    As a food supplement for cattle.
  • Chemical industry:
    It is present in adhesives, plastics, resins.
  • Paintings:
  • Pharmaceutical industry:
    Pharmaceutical products
  • Other apps:
    Finishes for textiles, paper and metals.

Delivery options

50 kg bags