Nitrogen

Nitrogen N2

Nitrogen is an odorless and colorless gas which was discovered by Daniel Rutherford in 1772. Its name is derived from the Greek 'nitron' and 'genes' meaning nitre forming. By volume, it makes up 78% of the air and is naturally found in all living things.

It has a wide variety of applications in multiple industries. The chemical industry uses nitrogen for the production of fertilizers, explosives, nitric acids and for instance nylon. For these production methods, nitrogen has to first react with hydrogen to create ammonia.

In many high pressure testing applications for leak testing, gaseous nitrogen is utilized as a medium due to its low investment cost. 

 

Resato's experience with Nitrogen Testing in the Automotive Industry

Many of our customers in the automotive industry use nitrogen to perform tests on brake lines, common rail, transducers, fiber reinforced plastic gas tanks and hoses.

 

Technical specification

Feature

 
Atomic number 7
State at 20 °C Gas
Melting point -210.0 °C, -346.0 °F, 63.2 K
Boiling point -195.8 °C, -320.4 °F, 77.4 K
Density NTP 1.165
Relative atomic mass 28.02

 

 

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