Dundee Nitrogen Company

at Unit 8 Riverside Court Mayo Avenue Riverside Drive , Dundee, DD2 1XD United Kingdom

DNC specialises in the manufacture and supply of High Purity Nitrogen Generators to a wide range of industries including Pharmaceutical, Medical, Food packaging, Mass spectometry, Laser applications, License Trade, Wave Soldering and more.


Dundee Nitrogen Company
Unit 8 Riverside Court Mayo Avenue Riverside Drive
Dundee DD2 1XD
United Kingdom
Contact Phone
P: 01382 775 889
Website

Description

DNC specialises in the manufacture and supply of High Purity Nitrogen Generators to a wide range of industries including Pharmaceutical, Medical, Food packaging, Mass spectometry, Laser applications, License Trade, Wave Soldering and more.

Opening time

  • Mondays: 09:00- 17:00
  • Tuesdays: 09:00- 17:00
  • Wednesdays: 09:00- 17:00
  • Thursdays: 09:00- 17:00
  • Fridays: 09:00- 17:00
  • Saturdays: 09:00- 17:00
  • Sundays: 09:00- 17:00

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For all of you who want to take up scuba diving following fact will be interesting Scuba divers that are diving more than 130 feet or 40 meters will require a mixture of oxygen and nitrogen to breathe. Nitrogen combines with helium to prevent decompression sickness, which occurs when gas bubbles enter the bloodstream. It is extremely painful and sometimes deadly.

Published on 2013-04-22 10:42:51 GMT

Nitrogen trivia continues.... When inhaled at high pressures (more than about 3 atmospheres) nitrogen begins to act as an anaesthetic. The sound you hear when you crack your knuckles is actually nitrogen gas bubbles popping The melting point of Nitrogen is -210 degrees Celsius, so liquid nitrogen is very fun to play with. You can submerge a flower in it for a few seconds, take it out, and shatter the flower as if it were made of glass.

Published on 2013-04-17 11:53:06 GMT

Want more nitrogen trivia? Nitrogen for aircraft and F1 tyres Planes fly at heights where temperatures may be as low as -40C. Moisture in the tyres can freeze causing vibration and balance problems when landing. Pure nitrogen is dry so eliminates this problem. In motor sport, the elimination of moisture in tyres through the use of pure nitrogen can help reduce tyre temperature when operating in extreme conditions, close to maximum load/speed.

Published on 2013-04-16 11:52:05 GMT

Ready for more Nitrogen trivia? Nitrogen Discovery: Daniel Rutherford 1772 (Scotland): Rutherford removed oxygen and carbon dioxide from air and showed that the residual gas would not support combustion or living organisms. Properties: Nitrogen gas is colourless, odourless, and relatively inert. Liquid nitrogen is also colourless and odourless, and is similar in appearance to water. There are two allotropic forms of solid nitrogen, a and b, with a transition between the two forms at -237° C. Nitrogen's melting point is -209.86° C, boiling point is -195.8° C, density is 1.2506 g/l, specific gravity is 0.0808 (-195.8° C) for the liquid and 1.026 (-252° C) for the solid. Nitrogen has a valence of 3 or 5.

Published on 2013-04-11 00:09:16 GMT

As promised, few more facts about Nitrogen, Nitrogen was sometimes referred to as 'burnt' or 'dephlogisticated' air, since air that no longer contains oxygen is almost all nitrogen. The other gases in air are present in much lower concentrations. Nitrogen is responsible for the orange-red, blue-green, blue-violet, and deep violet colors of the aurora. The French chemist Antoine Laurent Lavoisier named nitrogen azote, meaning without life.

Published on 2013-04-10 10:43:05 GMT

Lets start something different today. Nitrogen generators are not something you will use in your day to day life, but you may find some facts about Nitrogen interesting, lets start with just a few.... 1. Nitrogen is odourless, tasteless, and colourless. 2. Nitrogen gas (N2) makes up 78.1% of the volume of the Earth's air. 3. Nitrogen compounds are found in foods, fertilizers, poisons, and explosives. Your body is 3% nitrogen by weight.