ANHYDROUS, LIQUIFIED AMMONIA

Ammonia is one of the most important basic chemical and serving as a core component in the production of nitrogen fertilizer. A chemical compound containing 82% nitrogen and 18% hydrogen with a formula NH3. At ordinary temperature it is colourless gas with a pungent and pertaining odour. Ammonia is stored and imported in liquid form in special container.

Main Applications:


Raw materials for production of Urea, DAP, NP/NPK

Production of  ammonia nitrate

Production calcium ammonia nitrate 

Production ammonia sulphate and nitrogen solutions 

Applied in agriculture as a nitrogen fertilizer 

In industrial applications, such as caprolactum, acrylonitrile

In the production of Nitric Acid, melamine, explosives and glue

Packaging & Storage


  In special rail tank cars

  Tank trucks

  Steel cylinders

  Bulk Tankers

ANHYDROUS, LIQUIFIED AMMONIA

Constituent Unit Specifications
Physical state Gas – Converted to liquid for storing and shipping purposes
Colour Colourless
Odour Pungent
Melting/Freezing point °C -77.7
Lower explosive limit % 16
Vapour Pressure kPa 861.1
Solubility g/l 510 – 531
Boiling Point °C -33

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