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Innovative technology and structural characteristics of high pressure jacketed reactor vessel
- Nov 30, 2018 -

The high pressure jacketed reactor vessel is a magnetic transmission reaction device, which is applied to the typical innovation of the reaction equipment. It fundamentally solves the leakage problem of the shaft seal which cannot be overcome by the previous packing seal and mechanical seal, without any leakage and pollution. The most ideal chemical reaction under high pressure, especially the chemical reaction of flammable, explosive and toxic medium, shows its superiority.

The material of the high pressure jacketed reactor vessel is mainly made of high quality stainless steel, and can be made of titanium, nickel and composite steel according to different media requirements. The structure of the kettle body has a flat cover, a convex cover and a closed reaction kettle body with a manhole. The opening on the lid of the kettle can be designed according to the requirements of the user; for the surface of the kettle body with polishing requirements, the above mirror polishing level can be achieved, and the material with high viscosity is processed into a conical bottom, which is convenient for discharging and cleaning.

The magnetic drive in the high pressure jacketed reactor vessel completely seals the components used for agitation in a pressurized environment, thus completely solving the reliability of the dynamic seal between the agitator shaft and the reactor. Since the basic manufacturing material of the magnetic actuator is a ferromagnetic substance, the magnetic permeability is excellent, and the magnetic field has almost no loss when passing through the layer for sealing the alloy. Thereby, the rotating magnetic field generated by the externally driven permanent magnet can be effectively accepted by the internal permanent magnet rotor, thereby driving the stirring component in the reactor to mix the materials.