|Triple point temperature||-209,9oC|
|Density of liquid (at atm. pressure 0,101 Mpa)||810 kg/m3|
Liquid nitrogen is mostly produced at cryogenic air separation plants where is one of the final products together with liquid oxygen and argon. In the few cases, such as our Odolanow plant, liquid nitrogen is produced out of low-methane natural gas as a result of the low temperature nitrogen rejection process.
Uses of liquid nitrogen come from it's low temperature which ensures good cooling properties. For non-cryogenic applications the liquid form allows to make storage and transportation of nitrogen more economical.