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Danger of explosion of stainless steel reactor
Oct 02, 2020

In the process of the use of stainless steel reaction kettle, the danger of decomposition blasting has become very low, this is, of course, is the result of reaction kettle now r&d technology progress, make all kinds of reaction kettle product safety coefficient was significantly improved, but some serious use improper operation may still brings the risk of decomposition of stainless steel reaction kettle blasting.

 

For example, too much catalyst or too fast feeding speed leads to instant temperature rise too fast, etc., which will cause the decomposition and explosion of the stainless steel reactor. Mechanical impurities are introduced into the stainless steel reactor, resulting in local friction and heat resulting in decomposition and blasting of the reactor. Treatment method:

 

1. Pay attention not to drop mechanical impurities during maintenance. Bearing components wear and heat, resulting in overheating and temperature rise, resulting in decomposing explosion of the reactor.

 

2. Strictly inspect the quality of spare parts and improve the maintenance quality. Friction between agitator blade and reactor wall results in local overheating, which leads to decomposition and blasting of stainless steel reactor.

 

3. Improve the quality of maintenance and spare parts. The failure of the catalyst system instrument control or the catalyst pump operation results in the decomposition and blasting of the stainless steel reactor.

 

4. Check and adjust the instrument to be accurate and sensitive. Excessive amount of catalyst or too fast feeding speed, instant temperature rise too fast resulting in decomposition and blasting.

 

5. Strictly control the amount of catalyst and feed evenly. The increase of oxygen content in the process system results in the decomposition and blasting of the stainless steel reactor. Usually no more than 1ppm.

 

6. Strictly control the oxygen content in the process system.

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