Ammonia gas refrigeration

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144586 tn?1284669764 In the collision with the parked train a single tank car containing 90 tons of chlorine gas was punctured, releasing a deadly plume of gas 2,500 to the North, 1,000 to the east, 900 to the south, and 1,000 to the west. The town was lucky because there were several tanks of chlorine, as well as sodium hydroxide in the consist. Nine people died. The engineer and eight town residents. 5,400 people were evacuated within a one mile radious.
Avatar m tn Ah ok, got it. Thanks for explaining, Paxiled. I have been reading up on the Hypochlorhydria, lack of stomach acid. And while I don't want to be grasping a straws now, just to finally find a reason and solution for my problem(s), there are some things that do make sense to consider if I might be affected. Apparently it is common in Hashimoto patients. It would explain my low iron levels that are not very responsive to oral substitutes.
Avatar m tn Some people, including myself, have had a smell that only they can smell. It could smell like dog-poop, old cheese, ammonia, a burning smell, etc. The smell comes on, often, as a result of a cold or sinus infection. Some, not all, of these smells are caused by an anaerobic bacteria thriving in the upper sinuses, and I was able to remove mine with a Flip-Turn Sinus Flush, and many other people have had success with it as well.