INORGANIC CHEMICALS

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Anhydrous Green Ammonia – NH3

  • Anhydrous ammonia is used in the chemical industry as an intermediate for the production of other substances, for the production of fertilizers, ammonia solutions, explosives, for saponification of fats and oils, it is a cooling medium in the refrigerating systems, it is used in the pharmaceutical industry, in electronic engineering for printed circuit board etching, in metallurgy, etc. Industrial uses of anhydrous ammonia as an intermediate, use of ammonia as a processing aid, non-processing aid and auxiliary agent, wide dispersive end-use: professional uses.


EC Number

231-635-3

CAS number

7664-41-7

Name of Substance – Chemical formula

Anhydrous ammonia – NH3

Physical state

in 20 degree Celsius, 1014 hPa, gas

Content

>99.85 %

Colour

Colourless 

Oddour

Distinctive, sharp

DENSITY 

6.96 g/L

Melting / freezing point

-77.7 Degree Celsius (1013 hPa)

toxicity

Toxic if inhaled

Boiling point

-33C (1013hPa)

Auto – Ignition Temperature

651 Degree Celsius

Flammability

Flammable

Vapour pressure in 20 Degree Celsius

8611 hPa 

Ammonia solution 0.91 (25,0%) – NH4OH

  • Ammonia solution, also known as ammonia water, ammonium hydroxide, Aqueous ammonia is used in traditional qualitative inorganic analysis as a complexant and base. Like many amines, it gives a deep blue coloration with copper(II) solutions. Ammonia solution can dissolve silver oxide residues, such as that formed from Tollens’ reagent. It is found in solutions used to clean gold, silver, and platinum jewelry. Industrial Uses for laboratory chemicals , water treatment, food production, furniture darkening, household cleaner, absorption refrigeration.


EC Number

1272/2008

CAS number

1336-21-6

Name of Substance – Chemical formula

Ammonium hydroxide – NH4OH

Physical state

in 20 degree Celsius, 500  hPa

Content

25%

Colour

Colourless 

Oddour

Distinctive, sharp

DENSITY 

0.88-0.91 g/L

Melting / freezing point

-57 Degree Celsius (1013 hPa)

toxicity

Toxic if inhaled

Boiling point

38 Degree Celsius  

Auto – Ignition Temperature

651 Degree Celsius

Flammability

Not applicable 

Vapour pressure in 20 Degree Celsius

500 hPa – 20 Degree Celsius

Compressed Green Hydrogen – H2

Hydrogen is used for the synthesis of basic products in the chemical industry, such as: hydrogen chloride, methanol, synthetic petrol, ammonia, and for the organic syntheses of hydrogenation reactions.Hydrogen It is also used in welding technology, glasswork and metallurgy. (Fuel, feedstock for over 6000 products, industrial use, Generating of Energy over a fuel cell)

EC Number

215-605-7

CAS number

1333-74-0

Name of Substance – Chemical formula

Hydrogen – H2

Physical state

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Content

>99.9999 %

Colour

Colourless 

Oddour

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DENSITY 

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Melting / freezing point

-259,2 °C

toxicity

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Boiling point

-253 °C

Auto – Ignition Temperature

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Flammability

Flammable

Vapour pressure in 20 Degree Celsius

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Compressed Oxygen – O2

Hydrogen is used for the synthesis of basic products in the chemical industry, such as: hydrogen chloride, methanol, synthetic petrol, ammonia, and for the organic syntheses of hydrogenation reactions.Hydrogen It is also used in welding technology, glasswork and metallurgy.

Industrial and professional use, calibration gas, test gas, carrier gas, food packaging gas, balance gas for mixtures, chemical synthesis, combustion, melting and cutting processes, laboratory use, laser gas, oxidising agent, process gas, shielding gas in gas welding, use of gas to manufacture pharmaceutical products, medical usage)

EC Number

231-956-9

CAS number

7782-44-7

Name of Substance – Chemical formula

Oxygen – O2

Physical state

<none>

Content

>99.5 % Medical Grade

Colour

Colourless 

Oddour

Odorless

DENSITY 

1,1

Melting / freezing point

-218,4 °C

toxicity

Not toxic

Boiling point

-183 °C

Auto – Ignition Temperature

Not Applicable

Flammability

Not Flammable

Vapour pressure in 20 Degree Celsius

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Compressed Nitrogen – N2

EC Number

231-783-9

CAS number

7727-37-9

Name of Substance – Chemical formula

Nitrogen – N2

Physical state

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Content

>100%

Colour

Colourless 

Oddour

Odorless

DENSITY 

1,1

Melting / freezing point

-210,01 °C

toxicity

Not toxic

Boiling point

-196 °C

Auto – Ignition Temperature

Not Applicable

Flammability

Not Flammable

Vapour pressure in 20 Degree Celsius

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Argon – Ar

Application:

Argon is the ideal shielding gas for use in welding, even at very high plasma arc temperatures, which is often the case with special welding methods. Even at very high temperatures and unlike nitrogen, argon remains inert and does not form compounds with oxygen.

Argon is an excellent gas for both MIG and TIG welding for welding non-ferrous materials. When welding carbon and alloyed steels, using the MAG method, using the right gas mixture, by adding active (CO2, O2, H2) and inactive (He, N2) gas components to Argon, the best welding process conditions can be created for specific materials, joint types, positions and conditions.

EC Number

231-147-0

CAS number

7440-37-1

Name of Substance – Chemical formula

ARGON – AR

Physical state

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Content

>99.9999

Colour

Colourless 

Oddour

Odorless

DENSITY 

1.38

Melting / freezing point

-189.4 Degree Celsius

toxicity

<none>

Boiling point

-185.8 Degree Celsius

Auto – Ignition Temperature

Not applicable

Flammability

Not Flammable

Vapour pressure in 20 Degree Celsius

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