Nitrogen Use in Chemical Blanketing
Chemical blanketing, or "tank padding," is a very simple process of applying nitrogen to an empty vapour space inside a container or vessel in order to control the composition of a specific chemical. This prevents a chemical reaction with oxygen molecules.
Nitrogen (N2) is used during production, storage, transportation, and final packaging, and can be used in a wide variety of container sizes, ranging from a small bottle to a million-gallon tank.
❓ But why use nitrogen specifically?
✅ Industries such as refineries, pharmaceutical companies, and petrochemical companies use nitrogen in chemical blanketing to ensure a quality product, mitigate potential safety issues and one stop service on-site. If you feel that your business can benefit from nitrogen generated on-site, reach out to the experts at Atlas Copco. We’re standing by to help!
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Chemical blanketing, or "tank padding," is a very simple process of applying nitrogen to an empty vapor space inside a container or vessel in order to control the composition of a specific chemical. This prevents a chemical reaction with oxygen molecules.
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Nitrogen is used in many industries, either in the production process itself or for the handling and storage of goods in application Blanketing, Transport, Pharmaceutical and Chemical industry. This gas can be used either to protect the environment from the product or vice-versa.