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Solutions to carbonization of reactor materials
Oct 08, 2020

Stainless steel reaction kettle price is higher, small damage is not necessary to update the whole equipment, this needs to choose the appropriate repair method, otherwise, will make the reaction kettle in the solvent corrosion, enamel surface damage will rapidly expand, and thus cause production, safety accidents and environmental pollution and other unpredictable losses. For the reaction kettle used in the chemical industry, due to the strong corrosive medium, the reaction conditions changing from cold to hot, as well as transportation, use, artificial and other problems, there will always be damage of enamel layer of one kind or another, causing production to stop, such as large area falling off, it is recommended to choose stainless steel reaction kettle.


From the stainless steel market learned that the price of this metal screen is not expensive quality is also good for small stainless steel reaction kettle can also be designed and manufactured. The stainless steel reactor of large size can be processed by the stainless steel reactor manufacturer. Next for you to introduce the stainless steel reactor bottom of these principles and production philosophy. All the problems are caused by the precipitation of solid reaction materials to the bottom of the stainless steel reactor. The main solution is to avoid precipitation even when there is no mixing or stirring. This can be achieved by adding an auxiliary stainless steel reactor bottom that is slightly higher than it should be, leaving a gap of 3-10cm. In this way, the solid reactants will settle on the bottom of the auxiliary stainless steel reactor without forming an insulating layer on the bottom of the actual stainless steel reactor.


The heat transfer through the convection between the bottom of the stainless steel reactor will be continuous and uniform. The bottom of the auxiliary stainless steel reactor is made of high strength stainless steel (SS314) with many small holes, the diameter of which is slightly smaller than the size of the reaction material. The sieve is cut into circles. The edge is bent downward for support, and a metal ring can be added under the auxiliary bottom as a support when the solid reaction material is heavily loaded. This prevents the concentration of solid materials at the bottom of the stainless steel reactor.

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