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Archive for March, 2014


NH4NO3 – Ammonium Nitrate – CAS 6484-52-2

This month we are highlighting a specialty product used in the ordnance, explosives, pyrotechnics, and other fields. It has been a severe winter here in the northeastern USA and our loss is your gain. Many outdoor projects were placed on hold or otherwise delayed. We want you to get the most bang for your buck so we have chosen to offer Ammonium Nitrate as our April special.  Give us a call today or contact us by email (info@easternstrategicmaterials.com) for all of your specialty chemical and ordnance needs.

Our featured product is 99.950% purity, chemical formula NH4NO3, CAS 6484-52-2; meets and/or exceeds MIL-A-175A.

We are able to offer custom packaging solutions.

Moisture:                            0.15%

Acidity as Nitric Acid:           0.02%

Water Insoluble Matter:       0.10%

Residue on Ignition:            0.01%

Chlorides:                           0.02%

Sulfates:                             0.02%

Solubility in Water:              1.0g/0.5mL

Photos are for illustrative purposes only and may not reflect current models.

Lithium Batteries

It’s been a tough winter here in NYC. Far more snow and deeper cold than we’ve been used to in recent years.

Yet, if one had used an EAS Lithium battery in their critical gear there would be no problems with a cold start. If only EAS made hi-low machine batteries! (Our battery couldn’t cut it in the 5 degree temperature of an outdoor yard this past season.)

The EAS Lithium ion batteries are used in space, defense, military, and specialized industrial/commercial applications.  Stock as well as specialized models may be configured for primary or reserve (emergency) power in communication systems, unmanned vehicles, man-portable, vehicle-mobile, and other applications. EAS batteries are recognized for deep space use, and are tolerant of repeated, deep discharges.

Contact us today for all of your critical battery power needs.

 

Photos are for illustrative purposes only and may not reflect current models.