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Ammonia crackingis a process of dissociation of gaseous anhydrous Ammonia (NH3) into a mixture of Hydrogen (H2) and Nitrogen (N2) after the reaction. The reaction process is performed at increased temperature within the range 850-950A C in the presence of nickel as catalyst. The resulting gas mixture is composed of hydrogen and nitrogen in the proportion 3:1, which means 75% of H2 and 25% of N2 with very little amount of residual ammonia. The gas may be further purified by molecular sieves purifier resulting in reducing the uncracked ammonia.
In industrial setting, ammonia cracking is a simple and cost effective method of manufacturing hydrogen, making sure that it may be used only in the applications in which presence of nitrogen is acceptable. Ammonia cracking is done at cracker unit, which is a vertical rectangular cross section furnace. This unit contains a ceramic blanket insulation lining on the walls and on the top while the floor of furnace is refractory bricks. In this furnace retort, which is made of 20% of chrome or nickel, is suspended from the top.
Ammonia cracking is the mechanism by which ammonia is decomposed to produce hydrogen and nitrogen in the presence of a catalyst. This mechanism is used in applications where hydrogen is required as either an energy source or to form downstream manufacturing processes. As a chemical, ammonia is colourless at temperatures, highly irritating gas with a pungent, suffocating odour. In pure form, however, it is known as anhydrous ammonia and is able to absorb moisture.
Applications of Ammonia Cracker
The main applications of ammonia cracker include the annealing of furnaces with reduced atmosphere for non-stop heat treatment of cold steel, bell type annealing furnaces, sintering of metals, metal powder annealing, brazing and hydrogenation of oil.
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Ammonia Crackers Price List
|Product Name||Expected Price|
|230 V Ammonia Cracker Plant||150000|
|Industrial Ammonia Cracker Unit||1100000|
|Automatic Ammonia Cracker Unit With Purifier||370000|
|Semi Automatic Ammonia Cracker Unit With Purifier||350000|
|Automatic Ammonia Cracking Unit||250000|
|Ammonia Cracker Unit||100000|
This Data was Last Updated on 2023-12-05
Ammonia Crackers Manufacturers | Suppliers in India
|Company Name||Location||Member Since|
|Sri Ramesh Sparklers Factory||Sivakasi, India||19 Years|
|Anil Fireworks Factory||Sivakasi, India||16 Years|
|Air-n-gas Process Technologies||Ahmedabad, India||16 Years|
|United Enterprises||Badlapur, India||8 Years|
|Airro Engineering Co.||Vadodara, India||7 Years|
|Dbs Engineering Services||Virudhunagar, India||5 Years|
|Sunshine Scientific Equipments||Delhi, India||4 Years|
|Nitrotech Engineers||Thane, India||3 Years|
|Noxair Engineering Pvt Ltd||Greater Noida, India||1 Years|
|Psg Engineering Co.||Hapur, India||1 Years|
FAQs Related to Ammonia Crackers
Ammonia cracking is the process by which ammonia is decomposed to create hydrogen and nitrogen in the presence of a catalyst called nickel. The cracking of ammonia is used in applications where hydrogen is needed as either an energy source or to form downstream manufacturing processes.
An ammonia cracker is used for the production of forming gas such as hydrogen and nitrogen in a cost effective way in a volume ratio of 3:1 and in a weight ratio of 14:3. However, nitrogen in the forming gas in the process of cracking is removed.Since ammonia comes in bottles or in an ammonia tank, the ammonia gas is pre-heated in a heat exchanger and vaporizer and then cracked in the main furnace unit.
Most of the ammonia produced by industry is used in agriculture as fertilizer. In addition, it is also used as a refrigerant gas for purification of water supplies and in the manufacture of plastics, explosives, textiles, pesticides, dyes and other chemicals.
The major applications of ammonia cracker units are: on-site generation of cracked gas (ammonia), for nitrogen generation plants, pipe manufacturing industry, sintered brazing industry, galvanizing plants, automobile industry and heat treatment.