Introduction of ammonia water storage tank
1. Polyethylene ammonia water storage tank, using polymer material polyethylene (PE) raw materials, smooth molding inside and outside, good sanitation and UV resistance, impact resistance, strong shock resistance, not easy to age, not long algae, easy to clean, It is easy to install and move, and can withstand ammonia water. Polyethylene storage tanks are best used indoors or under a awning due to sunlight and ultraviolet rays.
2. Steel-lined plastic ammonia water storage tank, which is welded with steel mesh (tortoise shell) on the surface of the steel body, using polyethylene as the raw material, and it is integrally formed on the surface of the steel body at one time using the spin-plastic lining process (rotation molding technology). The mesh (tortoise shell) is integrated with polyethylene and the steel mesh is welded to the surface of the steel body, making it difficult for the polyethylene to leave the surface of the steel body, so it is a relatively excellent corrosion-resistant product. Steel-lined plastic storage tanks are lined with a PE anti-corrosion layer, and the PE-lined anti-corrosion layer is thicker, so it can withstand the corrosion of ammonia water. Because it is supported by a steel plate on the outside, the strength and sealing are also good. The more ideal storage tank.
Further reading of ammonia water: Ammonia water [ān shu ·], ammonia water (chemical formula: NH3 · H2O, formula 35.045), also known as Armonia water, the main component is NH3 · H2O, is an aqueous ammonia solution, colorless and transparent with Irritating odor. Melting point -77 ° C, boiling point 36 ° C, density 0.91g / cm ^ 3. Soluble in water and ethanol. It is volatile and has a basic alkali permeability. It is prepared by passing ammonia gas into water. Toxic, irritating and corrosive to eyes, nose and skin, can cause suffocation. The maximum allowable concentration in the air is 30mg / m3. Mainly used as chemical fertilizer.
Ammonia water introduction: Industrial ammonia water is an aqueous solution containing 25% to 28% ammonia. Only a small part of ammonia molecules in ammonia water react with water to form ammonium ions and hydroxide ions, that is, ammonium hydroxide. It is a weak base only in ammonia water. . The freezing point of ammonia water is related to the concentration of ammonia water. The commonly used (wt) 20% concentration freezing point is about -35 ° C. Neutralization with acid generates heat. Risk of fire and explosion. Specific heat capacity is 4.3 × 10³J / kg · ℃ ﹙10% ammonia water).