Ammonia is a colorless gas made of nitrogen and hydrogen with a strong and distinguishable odor that occurs naturally in air, soil, and water and is also a by-product of the normal biological processes of humans and animals.
Ammonia is poisonous if inhaled in great quantities and irritates the eyes, nose, and throat in lesser amounts.
- Chemical industries
- Pulp and paper industries
- Petrochemical industries
- Steel making
- Corn Processing Facilities,
- Food Manufacturing,
- Pharmaceutical industries
- Fertilizer production and processing industries
- Machining and Grinding exhaust,
- Fiberglass & Composite Industries,
- Utility Boilers,
- Foundries and Metal Finishing Operations.