Ammonia (NH3) is a colorless gas with a pungent odor that is essential for many biological processes and is part of the nitrogen cycle. It is a highly versatile compound that has numerous applications in various fields and industries.

One of the key applications of ammonia is in the semiconductor industry, where it is commonly used for the deposition of silicon nitride as a thin film on chips. This process helps to improve the performance of semiconductor devices and enhance their reliability. Ammonia is also widely used in the display, LED, and solar fabs manufacturing sectors.

In addition to its uses in the semiconductor industry, ammonia is widely employed as a refrigerant in the food and beverage industry and in industrial processes. It is also used in the production of fertilizers, where it is a key component of nitrogen-based fertilizers that help to improve crop yields.

Ammonia is typically supplied in its anhydrous form, meaning it is free of water. It can be produced through the decomposition of organic matter or through the Haber-Bosch process, which involves the reaction of nitrogen and hydrogen gas in the presence of a catalyst.

Ace Gases offers high-purity anhydrous ammonia in cylinders of varying sizes to meet the diverse needs of its customers. Our products are ideal for use in a wide range of applications, from semiconductor manufacturing to refrigeration and fertilizers.


Semiconductor Industry

Ammonia is used in the semiconductor industry for the production of silicon nitride, which is used in the manufacturing of microchips and other electronic components.


Ammonia has excellent thermodynamic properties and is widely used as a refrigerant in industrial applications. It is used in refrigeration systems in food processing plants, breweries, and cold storage facilities.

Chemical manufacturing

Ammonia is an important precursor in the production of a wide range of chemicals, including nitric acid, urea, and ammonium nitrate. These chemicals are used in the manufacture of fertilizers, plastics, pharmaceuticals, and other products.

Cleaning agent

Ammonia is a powerful cleaning agent and is used in a variety of cleaning applications. It is effective at removing grease, grime, and dirt from a wide range of surfaces, including glass, ceramics, and stainless steel.


Anhydrous Ammonia
Electronic-grade Ammonia