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80l Nitrogen Bottle Specification
N2 80L Nitrogen cylinders with special fire suppression valve and cap.
– Volume: 80Litre
– Color: Red,
– Thickness: 6.3mm
– Working pressure:200bar
– Test pressure:300bar
Nitrogen gas applications
Nitrogen is an inert gas suitable for various applications, covering multiple aspects of chemical manufacturing, processing, handling, and shipping.
Due to their broad spectrum, nitrogen compounds have many varied applications;
therefore, we will focus on pure Nitrogen itself here.
Two-thirds of industrially produced Nitrogen is sold as gas while one-third as a liquid;
with two-thirds being used in an inert atmosphere when oxygen would pose a fire, explosion, or oxidizing hazards in air environments.
Nitrogen gas is also used to provide an unreactive atmosphere. It is used in this way to preserve foods. A modified atmosphere, pure or mixed with carbon dioxide, nitrogenates and preserves the freshness of packaged or bulk foods (by delaying rancidity and other forms of oxidative damage like changing colors). Pure Nitrogen as a food additive is labeled in the European Union with the E number E941.
Light bulbs industry
Bulbs should not be filled with air since hot tungsten wire will combust in the presence of oxygen. You can’t maintain a vacuum either, or external atmospheric pressure will break the glass. So, they must be filled with non-reactive gas like Nitrogen. We can use inert gases like argon or helium instead of Nitrogen, but they are more expensive & rarer than Nitrogen.
Fire suppression systems
Fire suppression is achieved by reducing the oxygen concentration where the fire will extinguish while remaining at a level acceptable for human exposure for a short period.
Stainless steel manufacturing
There are various instances when Nitrogen can be added to steel during steelmaking, such as melting, ladle processing, and casting operations—nitrogen effect hardness, formability, strain aging, and impact properties.
Tire filling systems
Nitrogen is used to inflate race cars and aircraft tires, reducing the problems caused by moisture and oxygen in natural air. Nitrogen is less likely to migrate through tire rubber than oxygen, so your tire pressures will remain more stable over the long term. That means more consistent inflation pressures during use as the tires heat up.
Aircraft fuel systems
In some aircraft fuel systems, nitrogen is used to reduce fire hazards.
Chemical analysis and chemical industry
Nitrogen is commonly used during sample preparation in chemical analysis. It is used to concentrate and reduce the volume of liquid samples. Nitrogen is also essential to the chemical industry. It produces fertilizers, nitric acid, nylon, dyes, and explosives.
Pressurized beer kegs
Nitrogen can be used as a replacement, or in combination with, carbon dioxide to pressurize kegs of some beers, particularly stouts and British ales, due to the smaller bubbles it produces, which makes the dispensed beer smoother and headier. Nitrogen-charged beers can be packaged in cans and bottles.
Nitrogen use by purity
PSA can produce Nitrogen at various ranges of purities. The lower the purity, the lower the cost of nitrogen production. For example, the quality of vegetable oil can be maintained by blanketing with 99,5% nitrogen purity. Average nitrogen purity for food processing ranges from 99% to 99,5%. Lower purity nitrogen from 96% to 99% is often used in fire and explosion prevention. High purity with nitrogen content from 99,9 % to 99,999 % is typically used for laser cutting, electronics soldering, and pharmaceutical applications.