What is Ammonia?
Ammonia is a colorless, pungent-smelling, poisonous gas. Ammonia is highly volatile, easy to diffuse in the air, and easy to explode when exposed to open flame or high temperature.
Ammonia is an important chemical raw material, widely used in chemical fertilizers, medicine, plastics, synthetic fibers, coatings, dyes and other industries. At the same time, ammonia is also used in refrigeration, freezing and air conditioning and other fields. Due to the toxicity and flammability of ammonia, it is necessary to pay attention to safety measures during use and transportation to avoid accidents.
Therefore, it is necessary to select a suitable valve to build an ammonia transport pipeline or an ammonia storage tank to avoid danger caused by leakage.