SUPERIOR Gas Ammoniators

SUPERIOR, Gas Ammoniators, Vissers Sales CorpSUPERIOR Gas Ammoniator Series NH-1
100 PPD (2000 Gr/Hr)
Direct Cylinder Mounted - All Vacuum

SUPERIOR, Gas Ammoniators, Vissers Sales CorpThe SUPERIOR™ Series NH-1 Gas Ammoniator is a state-of-the-art, vacuum-operated, solution feed type which mounts directly on a ammonia cylinder valve. The ammoniator is mounted onto the ammonia cylinder valve using a very heavy-duty, positive yoke clamp connection. An ammonia gas flow meter panel indicates the amount of ammonia being fed and may be located wherever it is safest and most convenient. Ammonia flow rate is manually adjusted and the design permits easy addition of a number of automatic flow rate control devices. A high efficiency, water operated ejector produces the vacuum necessary to operate the system. The ejector assembly contains a back-flow check valve system to prevent pressurized water from entering the ammoniator. A spring-opposed diaphragm vacuum regulator controls the ammonia gas flow rate and also acts as the safety shut-off valve.

 

SUPERIOR, Gas Ammoniators, Vissers Sales CorpSUPERIOR Gas Ammoniator Series NHM-1
100 PPD (2000 Gr/Hr)
Direct Cylinder Mounted - All Vacuum

SUPERIOR, Gas Ammoniators, Vissers Sales CorpThe SUPERIOR™ Series NHM-1 Gas Ammoniator is a state-of-the-art, vacuum-operated, solution feed type which mounts directly on a ammonia cylinder valve. The Ammoniator is mounted onto the ammonia cylinder valve using a very heavy-duty, positive yoke clamp connection. An integral ammonia gas flow meter panel that is mounted directly on the vacuum regulator indicates the amount of ammonia being fed and may be located wherever it is safest and most convenient. Ammonia flow rate is manually adjusted and the design permits easy addition of a number of automatic flow rate control devices. A high efficiency, water operated ejector produces the vacuum necessary to operate the system. The ejector assembly contains a back-flow check valve system to prevent pressurized water from entering the ammoniator. A spring-opposed diaphragm vacuum regulator controls the ammonia gas flow rate and also acts as the safety shut-off valve.