Pilot Glass Reactor

Model: F-10L
Capacity: 10L
Heating power: 3000W
Heating mantle power: 2100W
Stirring speed: 60-600/min

Pilot glass reactor introduction

A pilot glass reactor is a type of chemical reactor that is used for research and development, process optimization, and small-scale production in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries. It is designed to allow researchers and engineers to test and optimize chemical processes before scaling them up to larger production volumes.

Pilot Glass Reactor

The reactor consists of a glass vessel with a jacket surrounding it that allows for temperature control. The vessel contains a stirrer for mixing and a series of ports for adding and removing materials. The ports can be fitted with various types of fittings, such as valves, thermometers, probes, and sampling devices, to enable precise control and measurement of the chemical process.

The glass construction of the reactor allows researchers to observe the chemical reaction as it occurs, which is essential for understanding the process and optimizing it for larger-scale production. The glass material is also inert and non-reactive, making it ideal for handling a wide range of chemical compounds.

Pilot glass reactors are typically used in the early stages of process development to test and optimize chemical reactions before scaling up to larger production volumes. They are widely used in industries such as pharmaceuticals, chemicals, food and beverages, and cosmetics.

Pilot glass reactor Features:

A pilot glass reactor is a piece of laboratory equipment used for chemical reactions on a larger scale than bench-top equipment. The features of a pilot glass reactor can vary depending on the specific model and manufacturer, but some common features include:

Glass construction: The main body of the reactor is made of high-quality borosilicate glass, which is resistant to chemical corrosion and high temperatures. The glass allows for easy visualization of the reaction inside the reactor.

Jacketed design: The reactor is jacketed to allow for temperature control of the reaction. A heating or cooling fluid can be circulated through the jacket to maintain the desired temperature.

Agitation system: The reactor has an agitation system to mix the reactants and ensure even distribution. The agitation system can consist of a stir bar or an impeller.

Sampling ports: The reactor has sampling ports that allow for samples to be taken during the reaction without opening the reactor. This helps to minimize contamination and maintain reaction conditions.

Pressure relief system: The reactor has a pressure relief system that prevents the pressure inside the reactor from exceeding safe limits. This is important for reactions that generate gases or have the potential to build up pressure.

Instrumentation: The reactor may have instrumentation for monitoring and controlling various parameters such as temperature, pressure, pH, and dissolved oxygen.

Size: Pilot glass reactors come in a range of sizes, typically ranging from a few liters to several hundred liters. The size of the reactor depends on the scale of the reaction being carried out.

Accessories: Pilot glass reactors may come with various accessories such as condensers, reflux systems, and feeding systems to facilitate specific types of reactions.

Pilot Glass Reactor Features

Pilot glass reactor Application:

A pilot glass reactor is a type of chemical reactor that is used for the production of chemicals on a larger scale than in the laboratory. It is typically used in the pharmaceutical, chemical, and petrochemical industries for process development, scale-up, and production.

Some applications of a pilot glass reactor include:

Chemical synthesis: Pilot glass reactors are commonly used for the synthesis of organic and inorganic compounds. These reactors are used to test the feasibility of a chemical reaction before scaling it up for large-scale production.

Process optimization: A pilot glass reactor is used to optimize the process parameters of a chemical reaction such as temperature, pressure, and reaction time to achieve better yield and selectivity.

Scale-up: Once a chemical reaction has been optimized in the pilot glass reactor, it can be scaled up to a larger reactor for production. This ensures that the process is efficient, safe, and environmentally friendly.

Process safety testing: Pilot glass reactors are also used for process safety testing. This involves testing the reaction under different conditions to ensure that it is safe to operate at scale.

Biochemical reactions: Pilot glass reactors are also used in the biotechnology industry for the production of enzymes, vaccines, and other biologics.

Overall, a pilot glass reactor is an essential tool for chemical process development, optimization, and scale-up. Its versatility, safety, and ease of use make it a popular choice for a wide range of applications in the chemical and biotech industries.

Pilot Glass Reactor Detail

Supporting Equipment for Pilot glass reactor:

DLSB-20/30 Refrigerated Circulator

Storage Volume: 20L

Low temperature range: -30℃~RT

Refrigeration capacity: 246~1845W

Rated Power: 1350W

SHZ-C Water Circulating Vacuum Pump

Power: 370W

Flow(L/min): 80

Lift(m): 12

Max.Vacuum(Mpa): 0.098

Tank Capacity: 50L

Pilot Glass Reactor Supporting Equipment

Case : ZZKD Company Selling Pilot glass reactor to an American Customer

ZZKD company, a leading manufacturer of laboratory equipment, recently sold a pilot glass reactor to an American customer. The customer, a research lab in a well-known university in the United States, required a high-quality and efficient pilot glass reactor to conduct experiments and research. The reactor was to be used in the development of new pharmaceutical compounds and chemicals.

After extensive research and evaluation of several laboratory equipment manufacturers, the American customer chose ZZKD company for their reputation in the industry and their ability to provide custom solutions tailored to the customer’s needs. The pilot glass reactor was designed and built to meet the specific requirements of the customer, including a high precision temperature control system, a robust stirring mechanism, and a versatile design that could be used for multiple applications.

Upon receiving the pilot glass reactor, the customer was impressed by the build quality and attention to detail. The reactor was easy to assemble and use, and the temperature control system worked flawlessly. The customer was particularly impressed by the level of customer service provided by ZZKD company, with prompt and knowledgeable support provided throughout the entire purchasing process.

Case Pilot Glass Reactor

The American customer has since been using the pilot glass reactor for their research and has reported excellent results. The reactor has performed reliably and efficiently, allowing them to carry out experiments with a high degree of precision and accuracy. The customer has also appreciated the reactor’s versatility, allowing them to use it for multiple applications.

In summary, the sale of the pilot glass reactor to the American customer was a success for ZZKD company. The customer was satisfied with the quality of the product, the level of customer service provided, and the reactor’s performance in their research. This positive feedback is a testament to ZZKD company’s commitment to delivering high-quality laboratory equipment and exceptional customer service.

Pilot Glass Reactor
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 is a pilot glass reactor?

A: A pilot glass reactor is a type of chemical reactor that is designed to be used on a smaller scale than industrial reactors, but larger than laboratory-scale reactors. It typically has a volume of between 5 and 100 liters and is used for research and development, process optimization, and small-scale production.

Q: What are the advantages of using a pilot glass reactor?

A: The advantages of using a pilot glass reactor include its versatility, ease of use, and scalability. It allows researchers and engineers to test and optimize processes before scaling them up to industrial production, reducing the risk of costly mistakes. Additionally, the glass material allows for easy observation and monitoring of the reaction, while the jacketed design allows for precise temperature control.

Q: How does a pilot glass reactor work?

A: A pilot glass reactor typically consists of a glass vessel, which contains the reaction mixture, and a jacket, which is used for heating or cooling the reaction. The reaction mixture is stirred using a motor-driven agitator, and additional components such as temperature probes, pressure gauges, and sampling ports can be added for monitoring and control.

Q: What types of reactions can be performed in a pilot glass reactor?

A: A wide range of chemical reactions can be performed in a pilot glass reactor, including organic synthesis, polymerization, crystallization, and extraction. It can also be used for process optimization and scale-up studies.

Q: What safety precautions should be taken when using a pilot glass reactor?

A: When using a pilot glass reactor, it is important to follow standard laboratory safety procedures, including wearing appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) such as gloves and eye protection. It is also important to be aware of the potential hazards associated with the specific reaction being performed, such as flammability, toxicity, or reactivity. Additionally, it is important to be aware of the operating parameters of the reactor, such as temperature and pressure limits, and to monitor the reaction closely.

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