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|Product Name:||Anhydrous Ammonia||Molar Mass:||17.031 G/mol|
|Melting Point:||-77.73 °C||EINECS No.:||231-635-3|
Purity 99.7% Industrial Ammonia Refrigeration Good for Environmental
Properties of Ammonia
Ammonia is made up of a nitrogen atom and three hydrogen atoms of chemicals.The chemical symbol for NH3.Ammonia easily dissolved in water, is often used as called ammonia water solution.Ammonia and water chemical form ammonium hydroxide.Household ammonia is a dilute aqueous solution containing 5% to 10% of ammonia.On the other hand, anhydrous ammonia is essentially pure ammonia (over 99%)."Water" is a Greek word that means "there is no water.Therefore, anhydrous ammonia in ammonia water.
Refrigerant level anhydrous ammonia is a clear colorless liquid or gas, contains no visible impurities.It is at least 99.95% of the pure ammonia.Water content is not more than thirty-three over one million (PPM), oil content of not more than two over one million.Keep the purity of ammonia to ensure the normal function of the cooling system is critical.
Why we needs Ammonia?
The pressure is very low when evaporated to produce the temperatures needed for refrigeration.
When condenses ,the pressures is relatively low .
Ammonia carries much more heat per pound than most other refrigerants, like around twice as efficient as HFC's in this respect.
It noncorrosive to metals such as steel, stainless steel, aluminum and bronze.
Ammonia has a pungent odor that is easily detected by the human nose (most people can smell it at around 5 parts per million), leaks are easily detected.
Ammonia is a completely natural occurring chemical, the human body actually produces several grams per day as a normal part of living.
It has a zero ozone depletion potential, and a zero global warming potential, totally benign to the environment.