Pilot reactor, also known as pilot reactor, industrial high-pressure vessel, pilot high-pressure reactor, etc., is a pressure type heating equipment used for chemical reactions or physical experiments in the chemical production process. It is carried out in a sealed container with a certain pressure, usually combined with heat exchangers (such as tubular heat exchangers) and towers. Commonly used in chemical equipment and research unit laboratories to complete the heating and cooling process of liquid or gas media.
The main material of the stainless steel pilot reactor is stainless steel, which has the characteristics of strong corrosion resistance and good rust prevention. Its structure is similar to industrial production reactors, but its volume is small and its capacity is usually between 150 and 400 liters. Stainless steel materials can effectively resist the erosion of most corrosive substances, ensuring the safety and reliability of the experimental process.
At the same time, the inner wall of the stainless steel pilot reactor is flat and free of burrs, avoiding the interaction between the reactants and the container wall, ensuring the accuracy and repeatability of the experiment. Secondly, the stainless steel pilot reactor has a large capacity and good sealing performance. It can accommodate a large number of reactive substances to meet the different needs of researchers. The stainless steel pilot reactor is equipped with a complete sealing device to ensure no leakage during the reaction process, ensuring experimental safety and environmental protection.
A pilot reactor is a laboratory equipment used in fields such as chemistry, pharmaceuticals, and food. Mainly used for small-scale experiments and production in fields such as petroleum refining, organic synthesis, and polymer material molding. Different specifications of reaction kettle products have been designed according to different requirements. Pilot reactors are commonly used in new product development, process optimization, quality control, and other aspects. It can simulate industrial production conditions and conduct experiments and evaluations on the reaction process. Compared with industrial production reactors, pilot reactors have advantages such as easy operation, high flexibility, and good safety, while also reducing production costs and environmental pollution.
In summary, stainless steel pilot reactors play an important role in fields such as chemistry, pharmaceuticals, and food, providing strong support for scientific research and production.