Nitrous oxide production
NH4NO3 - N2O + 2H2O
Our nitrous oxide plants eliminates acidic, basic and other impurity gases, they are washed successfully in the solutions of caustic soda, acid and other chemicals.
The gas containing some nitrogen is stored in the gas balloons. This gas is compressed, dried refrigerated and then stored in the high pressure storage vessels. The liquid nitrogen is drawn by weight. In a low pressure nitrous oxide plant, after refrigeration the gas is stored and then analyzed in the laboratory from each batch. All this is to ensure that the quality of the final product and proper records are duly maintained.
|For 25 kg and 50 kg/hr plant
|2.1kg/kg of N2O produced
|0.5kw/hr of N2O produced +/- 1% is depending
on local conditions & equipment.
|0.4%m3/kg of N2O produced
|2 operators per shift.
|Space for Plant
|10 meter, 15 meter approximately
|4 meter, 5 meter approximately
|4 meter, 4 meter approximately
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