12 The Old Plant Producing Nitrogen

The Old Plant Producing Nitrogen

Posted on November 9, 2012 by team

“Novomoscovsky Azot” (“New Moscow Nitrogen”) was the plant where during the war one type of Molotov cocktail was developed. It is romoured to be abandoned but it is not. Th huge plant is still functioning and is ready to welcome us on its territory.

The plant has so many various pipes!


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12 Responses to “The Old Plant Producing Nitrogen”

  1. banana says:

    now I know why the oligarchs got so rich. If this factory was average in the USSR I can tell you that it is larger than anything in the UK or Ireland.

  2. (r)evolutionist says:

    “It’s a Gas!” (Happy 60th, Alfred E)

  3. RB says:

    It looks like mother Russia is gearing up to start to kick some ass again. This time please dont take sides with china I could not go on if you did this thing. LOL

  4. Chudluv says:

    Bomb makers wet dream….

  5. alessio says:

    urea is used to make “add blue” a substance that you can buy in the filling station to make a truck less poluting. It nutralises soot.
    Very used in europe

  6. Laran says:

    Isn’t Sterile Urea also the active igredient in burns ointment?

  7. ProudGerman says:

    Looks like a very clean well ran production plant. Russia is an industrial complex which is good for jobs.

  8. igor says:

    Just look at those over-steamed methane gas flares! These people don’t know what the hell they’re doing. No factory in the west would allow that kind of flare to operate. Unsafe for the citizens living within 10km of the place!!

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