The 10L jacketed design of our glass reactor allows for efficient temperature control, ensuring accurate and uniform heat distribution throughout the reaction vessel. Double jacketed glass reactor can handle a wide range of reactions, including mixing, stirring, distillation, and reflux, making it an indispensable tool in research laboratories and industrial settings.
|Effective Volume in the Kettle
|Condenser Heat Exchange Area
|Constant Pressure Funnel Volume
|Recovery Head Volume
|Glass Component Material
||High borosilicate 3.3
|Main Frame Material
|Pressure in Kettle
|Stirring Motor Power
|Speed Control Mode
||Electronic speed control
|Speed Adjustment Range
- 10L jacketed glass reactor adopts new high borosilicate glass, which has excellent stability and corrosion resistance.
- Digital display frequency conversion speed control, stirring speed can be adjusted, and temperature control is accurate.
- Double jacketed glass reactor assembly adopts a fluorine rubber seal to maintain the high precision seal under working conditions.
- Modular design, easy to assemble, easy to upgrade and maintain.
- Stainless steel frame, good stability.
- Jacketed glass reactors can be customized according to customer requirements.
The glass-lined reactor finds application in various industries, serving as a versatile vessel for chemical reactions and processes due to its corrosion resistance and thermal stability. It is widely employed in the pharmaceutical, petrochemical, and food industries, among others.
Tips: What is a glass-lined reactor?
A glass-lined reactor is a type of vessel used in industrial processes for containing and carrying out chemical reactions. It is constructed with a steel shell or casing, which is then lined with a layer of glass. This glass lining provides excellent resistance to corrosion from a wide range of chemical substances, making it ideal for handling corrosive materials.
The glass lining in a glass-lined reactor is typically made of high-quality borosilicate glass such as borosilicate 3.3, which has low thermal expansion and high chemical resistance. This glass layer is fused to the steel surface through a process called glass enameling or glass lining. The resulting glass lining creates a non-reactive barrier between the corrosive chemicals inside the reactor and the steel shell, protecting the vessel from corrosion and ensuring the integrity of the reaction process.