Glass Reactor System

Model: F-100L
Capacity: 100L
Heating power: 9000W
Heating mantle power: 9000W
Stirring speed: 60-600/min

Glass reactor system introduction

A glass reactor system is a piece of laboratory equipment used for chemical synthesis, purification, and process development. It typically consists of a reaction vessel made of borosilicate glass, which is resistant to thermal shock and chemical corrosion. The glass reactor is often enclosed in a jacket that allows for temperature control during the reaction.

The glass reactor system also includes other components such as a stirring mechanism, a heating and cooling system, a vacuum or pressure system, and various ports for adding or removing materials, gases, or liquids.

Glass Reactor System

Glass reactor systems are widely used in chemical, pharmaceutical, and biotech industries for various applications such as chemical synthesis, crystallization, distillation, and reflux. They are particularly useful for reactions that require precise temperature and pressure control and for reactions that generate toxic or hazardous products.

A glass reactor system provides a safe and efficient way to perform chemical reactions on a laboratory scale.

Glass reactor system Features:

Borosilicate glass construction: Glass reactors are typically made of borosilicate glass, which is highly resistant to thermal shock and chemical corrosion, making it suitable for a wide range of chemical reactions.

Temperature control: Most glass reactor systems have a jacket that surrounds the reaction vessel and can be filled with a heating or cooling fluid to control the temperature of the reaction.

Stirring mechanism: A glass reactor system typically has a motorized stirring mechanism, which allows for efficient mixing of the reaction components.

Vacuum or pressure control: Glass reactor systems can be used under vacuum or pressure to facilitate specific reactions or purification processes.

Ports and accessories: Glass reactor systems often have various ports and accessories, such as inlet and outlet ports for adding or removing materials, sampling ports for monitoring the reaction, and condensers for distillation or reflux.

Safety features: Glass reactor systems may include safety features such as pressure relief valves, temperature sensors, and alarms to prevent accidents or damage to the equipment.

Scalability: Glass reactor systems can be designed to accommodate a range of reaction volumes, from a few milliliters to several liters, making them suitable for both laboratory-scale and pilot-scale experiments.

Glass Reactor System Features

Glass reactor system Application:

Chemical synthesis: Glass reactors are used to perform chemical reactions such as esterification, hydrogenation, oxidation, and polymerization.

Crystallization: Glass reactors are used to grow and purify crystals, which can be used for drug development, material science, and other applications.

Distillation: Glass reactors can be used for distillation processes such as fractional distillation, steam distillation, and vacuum distillation.

Reflux: Glass reactors are used for reflux reactions, which involve boiling a reaction mixture and condensing the vapors back into the reaction vessel.

Purification: Glass reactors can be used for purification processes such as chromatography and recrystallization.

Hydrogenation: Glass reactors are commonly used in hydrogenation reactions, which involve the addition of hydrogen to unsaturated organic compounds.

Photocatalysis: Glass reactors can be used for photocatalytic reactions, which involve the use of light to drive chemical reactions.

Glass Reactor System Detail

Supporting Equipment for Glass reactor system:

DLSB-100/30 Refrigerated Circulator

Storage Volume: 100L

Low temperature range: -30℃~RT

Refrigeration capacity: 468~13025W

Rated Power: 4135W

SHZ-C Water Circulating Vacuum Pump

Power: 370W

Flow(L/min): 80

Lift(m): 12

Max.Vacuum(Mpa): 0.098

Tank Capacity: 50L

Glass Reactor System Supporting Equipment

Case : ZZKD Company Selling Glass reactor system to a Portuguese Customer

ZZKD is a leading manufacturer and supplier of glass reactor systems to customers worldwide. Recently, the company sold a glass reactor system to a customer in Portugal. The customer is a research institution that specializes in pharmaceuticals and drug development.

The customer needed a glass reactor system that could accommodate various types of chemical reactions and be operated under controlled conditions. They required a system with precise temperature control, efficient stirring, and a range of accessories for adding and removing materials.

Case Glass Reactor System

ZZKD provided the customer with a glass reactor system that met all their requirements. The system was made of high-quality borosilicate glass, had a jacket for temperature control, and a motorized stirring mechanism for efficient mixing. It also had various ports and accessories for adding and removing materials and a vacuum system for pressure control.

The customer was highly satisfied with the glass reactor system provided by ZZKD. They found it to be reliable, easy to use, and efficient in performing various chemical reactions. They also appreciated the prompt customer service and technical support provided by ZZKD during the installation and operation of the system.

In conclusion, ZZKD’s glass reactor system proved to be a reliable and efficient solution for the Portuguese customer’s needs, and the customer provided positive feedback about the product and the company’s services.

Glass Reactor System
Model Stirring  Power(W) Stirring Speed(rmp) Heating Power(kW) Capacity(L) Temperature Using Range(℃) Motor  Torque(g/cm)
F-1L 60 0~1000 0.5 1 RT-250/RT-350 2000
F-2L 60 0~1000 0.8 2 RT-250/RT-350 2400
F-3L 60 0~1000 1.2 3 RT-250/RT-350 2400
F-5L 60 0~1000 1.5 5 RT-250/RT-350 4800
F-10L 120 60~600 3 10 RT-250/RT-350 1000
F-20L 120 60~600 4.5 20 RT-250/RT-350 1200
F-30L 120 60~600 6 30 RT-250/RT-350 1200
F-50L 120 60~600 7 50 RT-250/RT-350 1500
F-100L 180 60~600 9 100 RT-250/RT-350 3000

Q: What types of materials can be used in a glass reactor system?

A: Glass reactor systems can be used with a wide range of materials, including organic and inorganic compounds, gases, liquids, and solids. However, it's important to check the compatibility of the materials with the glass and other components of the system.

Q: What is the maximum temperature that a glass reactor system can withstand?

A: The maximum temperature that a glass reactor system can withstand depends on the type of glass used and the construction of the system. Most glass reactor systems can withstand temperatures up to 200-250°C, but some high-temperature systems can withstand temperatures up to 350°C.

Q: How do you clean a glass reactor system?

A: Glass reactor systems should be cleaned regularly to prevent contamination and maintain the integrity of the system. Typically, glass components can be cleaned using a mild detergent and water, followed by rinsing with deionized water. For more stubborn residues, acetone or other solvents may be used. It's important to avoid using abrasive cleaners or tools that may scratch or damage the glass.

Q: Can a glass reactor system be used under pressure?

A: Yes, glass reactor systems can be used under pressure for certain types of reactions and processes. However, it's important to ensure that the system is designed for pressure applications and that all pressure vessels and components are properly rated and certified.

Q: What are the safety considerations when using a glass reactor system?

A: Glass reactor systems can involve hazardous chemicals and high temperatures and pressures, so it's important to take appropriate safety precautions. These may include wearing appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE), following standard operating procedures (SOPs), ensuring proper ventilation, and having a plan in place for emergency situations. Additionally, glass components should be inspected regularly for signs of damage or wear and replaced as needed.

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