Sulvaris Inc., Calgary, and Machinefabriek Kreber B.V., Netherlands, are pleased to announce that they have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on November 22 to pursue the joint commercialization of a prilled urea + micronized sulfur product.
Sulvaris’ MST® (“Micronized Sulfur Technology”) is a flexible technology that can be implemented into multiple granular, prilled and liquid fertilizer production systems. Sulvaris’ Urea+MST® provides both nitrogen and slow-release sulfur in a single uniform granule/prill to ensure a balanced application of these critical nutrients for enhanced crop performance.
“The combination of Sulvaris’ technology and Krebers’ vast experience in prilling process equipment is a big step for further growth and commercialization of our Urea+MST® product” said Jake Underwood, CEO of Sulvaris. “By working with Kreber, we can accelerate adoption of our technology on a global scale by utilizing the expertise of both companies people and technologies.”
Sulvaris creates sustainable fertilizers by upcycling waste materials into premium fertilizer products that match the right source and rate of fertilizer, at the right time and right place. Sulvaris’ proprietary and patented technologies, such as our Micronized Sulfur Technology (MST®) and our Carbon Control Technology (CCT®) technology, create global solutions that solve environmental challenges for a variety of industries while also addressing food security.
Kreber’s knowledge and expertise in urea prilling processes forms unique benefits for producers and end users by designing, constructing and supporting high-quality prilling equipment worldwide. With over 60 years of experience and a top team of researchers and engineers, Kreber is an absolute authority in the field of prilling. Over time, they have refined prilling technology down to the most minute details, and their equipment is optimized to take full advantage of every innovation.
For more information about Sulvaris’ MST®, please visit www.sulvaris.com
To learn more about Kreber and its’ services, please visit www.kreber.nl/