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STEP 4 S4
Ammonia Supply & Delivery
S4 Price from $9,000,000 installed 60 MTD Ton per Day NH3
When I first entered the nitrogen supply business , my mission was to develop economical
fixed nitrogen production methods for farmers to become more independent and stable.
To reduce the pressure on oil for shipping food ingredients and the Pinning of oil price
to farm nutrient inputs and food productions.
My goal was to mitigate the costs involved with international shipping food supply
and ammonia supply to producers.
Today we have achieved a lot towards that goal and continue to pursue deploying such solutions globally.
So we Present Step 4 S4
Which Takes Storage to a new Level whilst Creating a Renewable and green Nutrient Product 2NH3
And though our strategic partners we have achieved a portfolio of ready solutions for you.
Technology at a level to now offer Green Ammonia
as a Product and Service.
The Ammonia Reactor Skid
The general worldwide production of ammonia is based on natural gas as a feedstock.
These production facilities have high capacities and are located on various locations where natural gas is available.
Secure Supplies offer a modern technological capabilities which make it possible to move away from large scale plants and towards small-scale ammonia production Green Ammonia.
With this approach and technology Secure Supplies can provide customers with small scale ammonia plants, insuring customer’s independence on the transport cost and the NH3 price fluctuations.
As a feedstock natural gas, biogas or flare gas can be used. Herewith it is possible to produce ammonia from a waste product.
Here are some notes for Ammonia Sites
The green ammonia plant includes several units: Hydrogen
generation (Electrolyzer), Nitrogen generation
(PSA/ASU), Compressor, Ammonia synthesis and Refrigeration.
It takes ~11 MW·h electricity to produce 1 ton of ammonia (liquid).
The minimum capacity is 5 TPD (2,000 TPA).
container design for ammonia synthesis unit if the capacity ranges
from 2,000~4,000 TPA; Best to order is 12 MTPD
Due to the weight and dimension limit for container, capacity ranges
from 4,000~32,000 TPA will use the skid-mounted design;
For the capacity over 32,000 TPA, we will use the traditional Green Field Factory method.
What is ammonia?
Ammonia, also known as NH3, consists of one nitrogen atom and three hydrogen atoms, and is a colorless gas with a distinctive odor. It is found in the human body and in the natural environment - in water, soil and air, and even in tiny bacterial molecules. Ammonia and ammonia ions are important components of metabolic processes for human health. Ammonia is the most abundant alkaline gas in the atmosphere and is produced naturally through the decomposition of soil nitrogen-fixing bacteria and marine algae, as well as plant, animal and animal waste. What is green ammonia? In recent years, China has made remarkable achievements in the development and utilization of solar energy and wind energy. According to statistics, in 2019, 8% of the world's electricity comes from solar and wind energy. China, the US and India are slightly above the global average. The European Union leads the way with 18% of its electricity from wind and solar, more than double the global average, and Denmark at 55%. Thermal energy has been widely used as a carrier for storing solar energy, such as solar water heaters and solar roof fans. Short-term decentralized storage equipment for solar and wind energy is likely to be successfully developed in the future, such as solar air conditioners using glycerin water solution to store energy, wind heating devices using molten paraffin to store energy, local low-voltage DC power grids, and devices that use solar and wind energy to directly charge electric vehicles . The "green ammonia" technology mainly uses the electricity generated by clean energy such as solar energy and wind energy to electrolyze water to generate H2, which then reacts with N2 to generate ammonia gas. It is a low-carbon or zero-carbon emission green technology. The mass fraction of hydrogen in ammonia gas is relatively high, 17.7%; at normal temperature and pressure, gaseous ammonia is easily converted into liquid ammonia; It is an ideal carrier for hydrogen energy for storage and transportation.
According to Equation (1), 177 kg of H2 and 823 kg of N2 are theoretically necessary to produce 1 ton of ammonia. Figure 2 shows the state-of-the-art method for ammonia synthesis in industrial process. H2 is conventionally produced from fossil fuels, through steam reforming of natural gas or coal.
Ammonia is easily liquefied by compression at 1 MPa and 25°C, and has a high volumetric hydrogen density of 10.7 kg H2 /100L.
The volumetric hydrogen density is 1.5 times of liquid hydrogen at 0.1MPa and -253°C. The vapor pressure of liquid ammonia is similar to propaneIn summary, ammonia is an effective hydrogen carrier. It offers the same benefits of hydrogen in producing clean energy while also has additional advantages of well-developed knowledge and infrastructures in terms of storage and transport.
Ammonia provides high hydrogen storage densities as a liquid with mild pressurization and cryogenic constraints: It can also be stored as a liquid at room temperature and pressure when mixed with water.
"Ammonia is, in our view, the most likely vehicle of choice for hydrogen transportation because of its high storage density," HSBC said.
"Ammonia is easier to liquefy -- it liquefies at minus 33 degrees Celsius -- and contains 1.7 times more hydrogen per cubic meter than liquefied hydrogen
The ammonia itself can also be used a fuel source or converted back to hydrogen. If the hydrogen used to produce the ammonia is green and any power used in the process is also from a green energy source, then the ammonia is also called "green
Hydrogen is an excellent energy carrier with respect to weight. 1 kg of hydrogen contains 33.33 kWh of usable energy, whereas petrol and diesel only hold about 12 kWh/kg (see www.h2data.de). In terms of volumetric energy density however, hydrogen is outperformed by liquid fuels.
The solubility of ammonia gas in water is about 90 g per 100 mL at 0 °C and about 32 g per 100 mL at 25 °C.
Water's absorption rate of ammonia gas is 1,300:1 This video shows ammonia gas absorbing into the water as the gas is released into the water. Water can be a great tool for ammonia gas. This process is very common in industrial ammonia refrigeration systems, for performing pump down and pump outs.
and such = (10.7 kg H2 /100L Nh3) 1300 :1 h20 =h2 1,808.3kg or 107 kg per 1 ltr of nh3 and thus 1300 to 1 ltr water =13,910kg / liter h2o is possible
Small scale ammonia production
Secure Supplies is able to design a small-scale ammonia plant with the Hydrogen Nitrogen Units .
As a feed stock for this ammonia production electricity produced from renewable sources (wind turbines, PV) can be used.
This new concept makes it possible to produce green decentralized ammonia which can be further used as:
Nitrogen carrier (fertilizer)
As a basic design Secure Supplies offers three different capacities (see table).
Within the range of the capacities Secure Supplies deals with the supply and demand of the energy market in order to produce decentralized ammonia.
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