High Purity Ammonia NH3 , Refrigerant Gas for Cooling Refrigeration
Effect With 99.9% , 99.999%
Ammonia is a colourless gas with a characteristic pungent smell.
No health effects have been found in humans exposed to typical
environmental concentrations of ammonia. Exposure to high levels of
ammonia in air may be irritating to your skin, eyes, throat, and
lungs and cause coughing and burns. Lung damage and death may occur
after exposure to very high concentrations of ammonia. Some people
with asthma may be more sensitive to breathing ammonia than others.
Swallowing concentrated solutions of ammonia can cause burns in
your mouth, throat, and stomach. Splashing ammonia into your eyes
can cause burns and even blindness.
Liquid Ammonia causes first degree burns on short exposure
Ammonia gas and liquid are corrosive to skin.
Ammonia Solutions of 3-5% = strong irritant
Ammonia Solutions >5% = corrosive
Ammonia is listed as one of "major irritant inhalants"
Ammonia may be released if lithium nitride or magnesium diamide are
spilled in water.
Ammonia solutions with more than 50% ammonia are classified as TIH
(Toxic Inhalation Hazard).
Ammonia inhalation may cause Chronic Bronchitis.
The Half-life of Ammonia - Whole body (following ingestion)= 1-2
1. Physical properties
|Commodity||High purity ammonia gas|
|Hazardous class for transort||2.3|
2. Typical technical data (COA)
|Carbon Dioxide (CO2)||/||<1||<0.4|
|Carbon Monoxide (CO)||/||<2||<0.5|
|Cylinder Volume||40L - 50L|
|Filling Weight/Cyl||20 - 25kgs|
|Quantity in 20’Fcl||220 cylinders|
|Cylinder Tare Weight||50 - 55kgs|
Ammonia are widely used in medicine, fertilizer, light industry.
It’s the material to produce Nitrogen fertilizer, nitric acid,
medicine, plastic, resin etc. It’s also the basic raw materials of
modern chemical. It can also be used for compression refrigeration.