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Reactor kettle heating rate and capping requirements
- Mar 27, 2018 -

The reactor  kettle is a reaction device. must be careful during the operation. Otherwise, it will cause damage due to many reasons, which will directly lead to forced production to stop. First of all, we must strictly follow the rules and regulations to operate the reaction vessel.

Before the reactor  kettle is operated, it should be carefully checked for any abnormalities. During normal operation, the upper cover and the wiring terminal on the board must not be opened, so that electric shocks can be avoided and no pressure operation is allowed. In the process of nitrogen pressure test, carefully observe the change of the pressure gauge, reach the test pressure, and immediately close the nitrogen valve switch.

When the reactor is running, its heating rate should not be too fast, and the pressurization should also be carried out slowly, especially the stirring speed, which allows only a slow speed increase. Finally, when the kettle body is heated to a higher temperature, do not touch the kettle body to avoid burns.

After the experiment, the temperature should be reduced first, and no rapid cooling can be performed to prevent damage caused by excessive temperature differential pressure. At the same time, unplug the power supply in a timely manner.

The reactor kettle should be placed in the room during operation. When multiple autoclaves are equipped, they should be placed separately. Each operation room should have an outlet leading directly to the outdoors or a channel, and the location of the equipment should be well ventilated.

When the reactor kettle is installed, the sealing surfaces between the kettle lids should be prevented from colliding with each other. Carefully place the lid on the kettle body in a fixed position and tighten the main nut. It must be gradually and symmetrically divided into multiple tightening steps. The force should be uniform and the kettle lid must not be tilted to one side to achieve a good sealing effect.