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Nitric acid PDF Print


Nitric Acid is produced by oxidizing ammonia. The conversion process of ammonia uses the oxygen in the atmosphere.

Active ingredient: nitric acid

UN No. 2031

Hazard Class: ADR/RID Class 8(5.1), or 8

Chemical formula: HNO3

Other properties
Caustic liquid, strong oxidizer, harmful to living organism, destroy the skin, its fumes and decomposition products attack the respiratory tracts.

Application

It is one of the most important products of chemical heavy industry. It can be used for pro­ducing fertilizers, inorganic nitrates, nitrated organic derivatives, lacquers, artificial leather, explosives. It is an important laboratory reagent, oxidant, an etching agent for graphic industry to etch printing plates, and a sol­vent and separation agent for metallurgy.

Transport
Dilute nitric acid is transported in tanks made of stainless steel and in containers made of polyethylene or polypropylene, and the concentrated nitric acid is transported by railway tankers made of special high purity aluminum, or by the Company's own road tankers made of stainless steel of special composition.

Storage
Store it in a cool and ventilated place, protected from heat and direct sunshine. Keep it separated from combustibles, reducing agents and strong bases.
 
Urea PDF Print

Chemical formula: CO-(NH2)2

Active ingredients: amide nitrogen, 46% nitrogen (N)

Without additive: Urea without surface treatment is used for industrial purposes and as feedstuff in agriculture, and it can be more easily solved for being a liquid fertilizer component than the surface treated one.

Application
For animal breeding, urea can provide the 25% to 30% of the protein need of ruminants. Industry uses urea and formaldehyde to produce resin like amino plastics and timber adhesives.

Transport

  • in 10 to 50 kg polyethylene bags, may be palletized in unit packs
  • bulk or in Big-Bags
 
Argon PDF Print
Friday, 01 October 2010 00:00

A noble gas from the atmosphere.

Application
Products with various purity are made for the various application purposes; gas with a purity degree of 99.995% meets the highest quality requirements.
The largest user of argon gas is welding industry. It can be used as inert gas in metallurgy of fer­rous metals and as a welding gas for aluminum and stainless steel.
It has a version mixed with carbon dioxide according to the technological needs (in cylinders).
As a high pressure and/or cryogen gas it is considered as a hazardous substance:
UN No. 1006, argon, compressed
UN No. 1951, argon, cryogen, liquefied

Packing and transport
For large scale users: special cryogen transport vehicles at 2 to 6 bar (liquefied).
For small scale users: in 10 to 40 L steel cylinders at 150 bar.
Transport according to ADR requirements.
Please return the cylinders at 2 or 3 barG for the sake of maintaining high grade purity.

 
Nitrogen PDF Print

Nitrogen is an inert gas from the atmosphere.

Application

Liquefied nitrogen is used by food industry as inert gas, and as a coolant in cooling tunnels and quick freeze systems.
It is excellent for oxygen displacement, purging, as propellant gas in extinguishers, or as pressurizing gas for natural gas drillings.
Electronic industry employs it as protective gas, otherwise, it is used for emptying and purging railway cars or transport vehicles used for transportation of hazardous material, as well as for pressure tests. Its gaseous form is used to nitride surfaces or to cover surfaces with inert gas, it can be used both as protective and as welding gas.

Packing
  • For large scale users: special cryogen transport vehicles at 2 to 6 bar
  • For small scale users: in 10 to 40 L steel cylinders at 150 bar.
As a high pressure and/or cryogen gas it is considered as a hazardous substance:
UN No. 1066, nitrogen, compressed
UN No. 1977, nitrogen, cryogen, liquefied
The Company undertakes to install a cryogen tank in a size requested by the user, under a leasing contract.

Transport

Please return the cylinders at 2 or 3 barG for the sake of maintaining high grade purity. Transport according to ADR requirements.
 
Ammonia PDF Print

Ammonia is produced from air and the purchased natural gas. Nitrogen is gained from the air and hydrogen by the thermal reformation of natural gas.

Active ingredient: ammonia

UN No. 1005

Hazard Class:
ADR/RID Class 2,3(8).

Chemical formula: NH3

Application
It is the base material for many organic and inorganic compounds in the industry. It can be used as coolant in refrigerators.
It can be used for fertilization, applied directly in the soil, especially before sowing, but it can also be used for interrow fertilization in case of maize for example. It can be a tool of environment-friendly organic farming by utilizing its favorable effect on germinating weed seeds and soil resident pests.

Transport
Treatment and distribution of liquid ammonia need the compliance with special safety requirements.
Ammonia is traded as anhydrous ammonia, in liquefied state.
It is transported in pressurized railway tankers, pressure tanks and steel cylinders.

Storage

It can be stored in pressure tanks protected against heat and sunshine, or at pressures near to barometric, cooled.

 
Ammonical PDF Print

Active ingredients: ammonium hydroxide, aqueous ammonia solution

UN No.: 2672

Hazard Class: ADR/RID Class 8.

Chemical formula: NH4OH

Application
The major fields of application of ammonium hydroxide are nitriding metals, neutralization of acids, digesting certain metal ores, and degreasing. It is a commonly used laboratory chemical, and is a well known household cleaning agent named Ammoniacal.

Transport
Ammoniacal is transported in railway tankers, as well as in plastic balloons (min. 1 m 3) or in road tankers.

Storage
Store it cool. Because of the irritating character of the toxic ammonia gas released when used, the relevant safety rules shall strictly be followed.

 


Contacts

Nitrogénművek Co., Ltd.
Address: 8105 Pétfürdő, 14 Hősök sqr. PO Box 450.
Phone:
+36 88/620-100
Fax: +36 88/620-102
E-mail:
nrt@nitrogen.hu

Office in Budapest:
1123 Budapest,  53. Alkotás str.  Tower "F" 3rd floor

Phone: +36 1/999-3500