Ammonia Week in Review | May 29, 2020


Ammonia safety warnings begin to get posted as the summer heats up in this week’s edition of the Ammonia Week in Review

Anhydrous ammonia – handle with care! – Anhydrous ammonia, or NH3, is one of the most commonly used fertilizers. It’s low cost, highly effective and contains one of the most concentrated forms of nitrogen, with levels at 82 per cent. However, it can also be highly hazardous. […keep reading]

Grocers’ Growing Interest in HFO Solutions – The refrigerant regulatory landscape is changing in the U.S., leaving supermarket owners and operators scrambling to figure out which lower-GWP solution(s) will work best for their specific application. […keep reading]

Fast-Track Fulfillment of a Frozen Food Favorite – Now better positioned to keep up with yearly double-digit growth of its popular Uncrustables line, The J. M. Smucker Company creates a highly automated facility that boasts the largest single baking line in the world. […keep reading]

Engineers Rise to Off-Grid Refrigeration Challenge – Seven initiatives to develop affordable refrigeration technologies in the developing world have been selected for grants ranging from $30,000 to $50,000. […keep reading]

NGT Appoints Committee to Probe into Ammonia Gas Leak in Manali – The National Green Tribunal, Southern Zone has appointed a committee to probe into ammonia gas leak from a urea plant in Manali. […keep reading]

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