NH3 in air and steam
Ammonia removal from air, steam and gasses
No matter if the gas is under pressure or vacuum, cold or warm we can offer a plant that with great effectivity can remove the ammonia, down to a few ppm, and change it to a concentrated solution of a water-soluble salt (e.g. ammonia sulphate).
The only process chemical is the acid needed for the ammonium salt.
If the air is saturated with water the process will not affect its temperature or pressure.
If there is an evaporation containing ammonia the removal of ammonia will be far easier from the evaporation than from a possible condensate.