WHAT KEMCORE PROVIDES AS A PARTNER?
KEMCORE is always prepared to fulfill orders as they're placed and deliver the product customers need.
Commitment to Safety
KEMCORE has been safely and responsibly distributing High-Density Ammonium Nitrate (HDAN) for decades and continues to make advancements through improved packaging options, on-site unloading services, and comprehensive training for our customers.
Whether it’s assisting with High-Density Ammonium Nitrate (HDAN) handling or regulatory needs like licensing, permitting, and compliance monitoring, support is available.
COUNTRIES OF ORIGIN
Ammonium Nitrate, High-Density Ammonium Nitrate, High-Density Ammonium Nitrate 99%, HDANNitric acid ammonium salt; Nitram; Nitropril; CPAN; Chemically Pure Ammonium Nitrate; Security Sensitive Ammonium Nitrate; SSAN.
Ammonium nitrate Recommended Use: General chemical; explosives manufacture.
Ammonium Nitrate is the most widely used component because it is an excellent oxidIzer. It generates 60% oxygen by weight therefore it is used as an oxygen supplier. Due to this property and its low price it is most commonly used in making explosives base. Ammonium Nitrate is also used in many non-ANFO explosives.
Ammonium Nitrate is highly soluble in water. 1n 100ml water its solubility a 0,20,40,20,80 and 100de is 118,150,297,410,576 and 1024g respectively.
Initiator in industrial explosives: Ammonium Nitrate is a weak emulsion explosive base. Its explosion temperature is 1130℃.
It forms the explosive base in ANFO- (Ammonium Nitrate Fuel Oil)
Properties & Specifications of Explosive Grade AN Prills.
- Non-Caking consistency
- Low moisture content
- Free- flow sizing
- Oil absorbency
- Low particle density
- Good friability &
- Low clay content
- For good blasting, our prills size distribution is between 6-20 mesh
- Prills are porous which enables it to readily absorb and hold the correct amount of fuel oil (about 5.7%). Such high porosity of explosive grade Ammonium Nitrate prills is needed because they can absorb the fuel oil when mixed and form uniform ANFO.
- Oil is then distributed throughout the prill particle improving the detonability of the ANFO mixture.
Molecular Formula: H4N2O3
CAS Number: 6484-52-2
Appearance: White crystals, odorless, hygroscopic, deliquescent.
Form: White hygroscopic crystals, Transparent, hygroscopic, deliquescent crystals or white granules/prills
Boiling point: 210℃
Melting/freezing point: 169℃
Specific gravity: 1.725