Mark Ridings
Mark Ridings
Commercial Director

High purity Ammonium Nitrates suitable for the electronics industry

The technical requirements for gases in the electronics industry are among the most stringent. That is why Yara has specifically developed Ammonium Nitrate Electronics Grade. By choosing it, you have the purest solid form ammonium nitrate, with no anti-caking agent or other additives. It is 99.9% pure. With such a high purity Ammonium Nitrate your gas production costs are reduced as you can decrease the number of purification steps required, as the high purity is maintained in the manufacturing process for electronics.

Rely on the largest supply capabilities in nitrates for your supplies

The efficient operation of an industrial gas plant, semiconductor fabrication plant or LCD plant requires uninterrupted supply. Yara’s position as the world’s largest nitrates manufacturer and its worldwide logistics footprint with 200 terminals and warehouses around the world and in New Zealand ensures you a reliable supply of the Ammonium Nitrates Electronics Grade you need. In addition, our advanced logistics systems offer full product traceability from our raw material to the end-user plant. Ammonium nitrate medical grade for gas industry customers is produced in our factories in Pardies (France), Rostock (Germany), Sluiskil (Holland), Tertre (Belgium). Our logistics network ensures reliable delivery, anywhere in New Zealand.

This is why New Zealand most reliable gas companies have already chosen our product for their electronics VLSI or ULSI grade nitrous oxide. Yara can also supply directly to your production plant if needed.

Ammonium nitrate can be stored and used safely if the safety instructions are followed

Ammonium nitrate electronics grade is not dangerous to handle and cannot ignite or explode spontaneously. If ammonium nitrate is exposed to a source of heat or fire, it will decompose and emit toxic fumes.

Dos Don'ts
  • Use only approved electrical equipment
  • Use safety warning symbols
  • Always keep record of what is in storage
  • Have storage instructions readily available
  • Train workers in safe handling and emergencies
  • First in, first out product movement
  • Good housekeeping practices
  • Free access to emergency equipment and escape ways
  • For maintenance work, manager’s approval is required and follow correct procedures
  • Use only approved electrical equipment
  • Use safety warning symbols
  • Label ammonium nitrate bags and bins correctly
  • Carry out safety inspections
  • No entry for unauthorised persons
  • No smoking or use of open fire
  • No gas bottles, oil drums and oil tanks, or fuel filling station in the vicinity of ammonium nitrate
  • No hot wire lamps, use fluorescence type lamps avoiding contact with ammonium nitrate
  • No heat source in contact with ammonium nitrate
  • No hot work unless authorised and done under strict control
  • No contamination of ammonium nitrate with combustible and organic materials, oil and grease, acids and alkalis
  • No use of sawdust for drying wet floors, use inert material instead