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For sales & general inquiries
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Telog: 888‑835‑6437 (Press #2)

Ammonia

Ammonia (NH3) is a natural, colorless, reactive gas with a strong odor used within cleaning chemicals, fertilizer, refrigerant gas, water purification, pharmaceuticals and manufacturing plastics and other chemicals.

Ammonia
Ammonia is a reactive gas and when present in higher concentrations, it is hazardous to human health. It occurs naturally throughout the environment in the air, soil and water and in plants, animals and humans. While it is lighter than air, ammonia can collect at ground level until the aerosol cloud becomes diluted and begins to rise.

Upon release to the environment, ammonia gas is very quick to attach itself to moisture, including that found in the eyes, mouth, throat, lungs and skin. Ammonia gas has a broad range of uses, including as a fertilizer, chemical treatments, manufacturing processes, acid neutralizers in the petroleum industry and in metal treatments.

It's essential to monitor Ammonia levels due to its toxicity that causes irritation and corrosive harm to warn of and quantify an Ammonia release. The gas monitors are usually placed near the loading racks and storage areas, at the vaporizer, injection section and other locations near the Ammonia fluid handling equipment, having significant leak probability. Since Ammonia is lighter than air, sensors are normally positioned in the breathing zone, four to six feet above grade, or above the potential leak sources.

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