Single layer glass reactor features a high-quality glass body that ensures excellent chemical resistance and allows for easy observation of reactions. Our 5L single layer glass reactor is ideal for a variety of applications, including chemical synthesis, pharmaceutical research, material testing, and more.
|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
- 5L single-layer 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.
- Single-layer glass reactor assembly adopts 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.
- Single-layer 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 types of glass are used for lining reactors?
In industrial reactor applications, several types of glass can be used for lining purposes, depending on the specific requirements of the process and the chemicals involved. Here are some commonly used types of glass linings for reactors:
- Borosilicate Glass: Borosilicate glass is a popular choice for lining reactors due to its excellent resistance to thermal shock and chemical corrosion. It can withstand a wide range of temperatures and is highly resistant to acids, alkalis, and organic solvents. Borosilicate glass, often known by brand names such as Pyrex or Duran, is transparent, allowing for visual monitoring of the reaction inside the reactor.
- Glass-Lined Steel: Glass-lined steel reactors consist of a steel vessel with a glass coating on the interior surface. The glass lining is typically made of a high-quality enamel that is fused to the steel surface at high temperatures. Glass- lined reactors offer excellent resistance to chemical corrosion and abrasion, making them suitable for a broad range of applications. They provide a durable and non-reactive lining that can withstand high temperatures and pressures.
- Quartz Glass: Quartz glass, also known as fused silica, is a high-purity glass that offers exceptional thermal and chemical resistance. It can withstand very high temperatures and is resistant to most acids, bases, and solvents. Quartz glass is often used in reactors that require extreme operating conditions or involve highly corrosive chemicals.
- Fluoropolymer Lining: Fluoropolymer linings, such as PTFE (polytetrafluoroethylene) or PFA, are known for their excellent chemical resistance and non-stick properties. They can be used as linings in reactors to protect against aggressive chemicals, high temperatures, and harsh process conditions.