The main feeds of Ammonia units are air nitrogen and sweet gases (Methane). Methane is converted into hydrogen, CO (Carbon Monoxide) and CO2 (Carbon Dioxide) after mixing with steam and interaction in primary reformer. The reforming reaction will be completed with air injection in secondary reformer and the required nitrogen enters into the process cycle for Ammonia manufacturing reaction through the air simultaneously. The process gas associated with CO (Carbon Monoxide) is converted into CO2 (Carbon Dioxide) in the next steps and the produced mixture is conducted to the absorption section of CO2 for purification. The CO2 gas is the by-product of Ammonia manufacturing units that is transmitted to the Urea units as their feed after separation. The mixture of nitrogen and hydrogen is idiomatically called synthesis gas which is converted into Ammonia after condensation under special conditions of temperature and pressure in the vicinity of catalyst in the reactor. The main part of manufactured Ammonia is utilized for preparing the Urea and Diammonium Phosphate of the complex and the surplus to requirements is supplied to the international market for sale.
Ammonia Production Capacity in Phase one: 2000 tons per day
The amount of Natural Gas Feed is 50 million cubic feet per day (1.4 million cubic meters)