Nitrogen fertilization in agriculture
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Nitrogen fertilisation to promote yields in agriculture

 

Nitrogen is an important nutrient for all crops. This enables them to absorb nitrogen and convert it into vegetable protein, which is absolutely essential for crop growth. Without nitrogen, it is impossible for the crop to develop in the first place. The decisive factor in this regard is needs-based use of nitrogen. Artificially produced nitrogen is often used in crop production. For example, if there is insufficient natural nitrogen in the soil, this nitrogen is used to compensate for this. The growth of grain and vegetables, for example, can be specifically promoted with nitrogen in this manner.

The composition of the soil greatly influences the effect of nitrogen. As does bacterial activity. It is possible to improve the optimal yield and quality at any location.

Expanded tobacco is also produced by a physical-chemical process involving nitrogen. This has a larger volume than normal tobacco. Nitrogen has the greatest effect on the yield and quality of tobacco. If there is not enough nitrogen, this reduces the yield and leads to pale, smooth tobacco.

With our nitrogen generators, we supply high quality solutions for the stationary and mobile production of nitrogen for different applications, including for low volume requirements.

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Generators

Our nitrogen generators produce nitrogen with a purity of up to 6.0 with residual oxygene amounting to 1.0 ppm and quantities from 0,50 - 10.000,00 Nm³/h.

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Technology

The separation of nitrogen molecules from the oxygen molecules is achieved by means of Pressure Swing Adsorption (PSA) Technology.

 

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