20L jacketed glass reactor is equipped with an intuitive control panel that allows the user to monitor and adjust various parameters such as temperature, stirring speed, and reflux ratio. Our jacketed glass reactor is the ideal test and production equipment for the modern synthetic chemical, biopharmaceutical, and new material preparation.
|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
- 20L 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: How resistant is the glass lining to chemical corrosion?
Glass linings are known for their excellent resistance to chemical corrosion. The glass lining is a protective coating applied to the interior surface of equipment such as tanks, reactors, and pipes, to safeguard them against corrosive substances. Here are some key points regarding the resistance of glass lining to chemical corrosion:
- Chemical Inertness: Glass linings are highly inert, meaning they do not react chemically with most substances. This inertness allows them to withstand the corrosive effects of a wide range of chemicals, including acids, alkalis, organic solvents, and other aggressive media.
- Nonporous Surface: Glass linings possess a nonporous surface, which makes them impermeable to liquids and gases. This feature further enhances their resistance to chemical attack, as corrosive agents cannot penetrate the lining and reach the underlying equipment.
- Wide Chemical Compatibility: Glass linings exhibit compatibility with numerous corrosive chemicals encountered in various industrial processes. They can resist strong acids such as sulfuric acid, hydrochloric acid, and nitric acid, as well as strong alkalis like sodium hydroxide and potassium hydroxide. Additionally, they are resistant to organic compounds, including solvents and aromatic substances.
- Temperature Resistance: Glass linings maintain their resistance to chemical corrosion over a wide temperature range. They can withstand both high and low temperatures without compromising their protective properties, making them suitable for applications involving extreme temperature conditions.
- Mechanical Strength: While glass linings excel in chemical resistance, they can be susceptible to mechanical damage such as impact or abrasion. It is important to handle equipment with glass linings carefully to avoid compromising their corrosion-resistant properties.