Parker Autoclave Engineers 1 Gal SS Stirred Reactor
Manufactured by Parker Autoclave this 5,500 PSI high pressure chemical reactor has a maximum temperature of 650F. Looking for a high-performance chemical reactor? Our 5500 psi @ 650°F model is designed to handle extreme pressure and temperature conditions. Ideal for industrial applications, this reactor ensures precise control over catalytic reactions, polymerization processes, and more. Discover its robust construction, advanced instrumentation, and safety features. Contact us today for a reliable solution that meets your high-pressure needs.
Autoclave Eng Specifications
Capacity 4 Litter / 1 Gallon
Material of Construction Stainless Steel
Maximum Pressure 5,500 PSI @ 650 F
Motor Air Motor
Closure Type Bolt Closure
Bottom Drain Yes
A 5500 psi chemical reactor is a high-pressure vessel designed for carrying out chemical reactions under extreme pressure conditions. With a pressure rating of 5500 pounds per square inch (psi), this reactor is capable of handling significant pressure levels, making it suitable for a wide range of industrial applications.
The reactor is constructed using robust stainless-steel material that exhibits excellent strength and corrosion resistance. It features a thick-walled cylindrical or spherical design to withstand the immense pressure exerted inside. Safety measures, including pressure relief systems and sturdy seals, are integrated to ensure the reactor's integrity and prevent any potential leaks.
The reactor is equipped with various ports and connections to facilitate the introduction and removal of reactants, catalysts, and products. These ports typically include inlets for feeding reactants, outlets for collecting products, and additional connections for temperature and pressure monitoring.
To enable precise control over the reaction process, the reactor is often equipped with an array of instrumentation and control systems. These may include temperature sensors, pressure gauges, flow meters, and automated valves to maintain optimal conditions during the reaction.
The 5500 psi chemical reactor finds applications in industries such as petrochemicals, pharmaceuticals, polymers, and specialty chemicals. It is commonly used for high-pressure catalytic reactions, hydrogenation processes, polymerization reactions, and other reactions that require elevated pressure conditions to achieve desired outcomes.
However, it is important to note that working with high-pressure systems entails potential hazards, and strict safety protocols must be followed to ensure the well-being of operators and the surrounding environment.