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Ammonium Nitrate Prill Inert Simulant

Ammonium Nitrate is a man-made fertilizer, high in nitrogen and is a chemical oxidizer. Its most commonly sold form is in tiny white round balls, called “prills”. Individual terrorists and groups have used this material in bombings, by mixing it with a liquid fuel or other powdered fuel, creating a “blasting agent”. When so mixed, it goes from being a fertilizer to a high explosive.

Our inert product—a safe simulant for prilled ammonium nitrate has the same visual characteristics, density, and color x-ray signature as the live product--and is essential for demonstrating to students what it looks like and how it handles.

Ammonium Nitrate Prill Inert Simulant

AMMONIUM NITRATE SIMULANT AVAILABLE BY THE POUND OF KILOGRAM
Order Sku: ITA-5AN-BULK
The image to the left shows a close up of a tub of ammonium nitrate fertilizer with can scoop found in a bomb maker's lab. Bomb makers in many countries frequently use ammonium nitrate fertilizer to make improvised explosive devices because it is cheap and readily available.

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AMMONIUM NITRATE CLEAR POLYETHYLENE PLASTIC BAG EMPTY WITH LABEL
Order Sku: ITA-5AN-CLEAR
Empty Ammonium Nitrate clear polyethylene plastic bag with label.

This product is also available as a full bag of ammonium nitrate simulant. See product ITA-5A-FILLED.

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AMMONIUM NITRATE SIMULANT FULL POLYETHYLENE PLASTIC BAG WITH LABEL
Order Sku: ITA-5AN-FILLED
The image to the left shows a minivan rear cargo area loaded with 9 bags of Ammonium Nitrate Simulant. It is essential for demonstrating to students what it looks like and how it handles.

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