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Material Carbonization Phenomenon Caused by Heat in Stainless Steel Reactor


Release time:

2019-03-25

In recent years, the application of stainless steel reaction kettle is more and more widely, in order to avoid the solid reaction material precipitation to the bottom of the stainless steel reaction kettle, a new stainless steel reaction kettle came into being. On the basis of the basic design and heating mode of the original stainless steel reactor, the product has made some adjustments to the bottom of the stainless steel reactor. Because all the problems are caused by the precipitation of solid reaction materials to the bottom of the stainless steel reactor. The main solution then is to avoid precipitation even without mixing or stirring. This can be achieved by adding an auxiliary stainless steel reactor bottom, the auxiliary stainless steel

In recent years, the application of stainless steel reaction kettle is more and more widely, in order to avoid the solid reaction material precipitation to the bottom of the stainless steel reaction kettle, a new stainless steel reaction kettle came into being. On the basis of the basic design and heating mode of the original stainless steel reactor, the product has made some adjustments to the bottom of the stainless steel reactor.
Because all the problems are caused by the precipitation of solid reaction materials to the bottom of the stainless steel reactor. The main solution then is to avoid precipitation even without mixing or stirring. This can be achieved by adding an auxiliary stainless steel reaction kettle bottom, the auxiliary stainless steel reaction kettle bottom is slightly higher than the actual, leaving a gap of 3 to 10cm. In this way, the solid reactants will precipitate on the bottom of the auxiliary stainless steel reactor without forming an insulating layer on the bottom of the actual stainless steel reactor.
The heat transfer will be continuous and uniform through convection between the gaps in the bottom of the stainless steel reactor. The bottom of the auxiliary stainless steel reactor is made of high strength stainless steel (SS314), with many small holes, the aperture is slightly smaller than the particle size of the reaction material, and the screen is cut into circles. Its edge is bent downward as a support. When the solid reaction material is heavily loaded, a metal ring can be added under the auxiliary bottom as a support. This avoids the concentration of solid materials at the bottom of the stainless steel reactor.