Description of application fields and characteristics of the stainless steel reaction kettle

- Jan 21, 2019-

The stainless steel reaction kettle has the characteristics of rapid heating, high temperature resistance, corrosion resistance, sanitation, no environmental pollution, no need for automatic boiler heating, convenient use, etc. The stainless steel reaction kettle is widely used in petroleum, chemical, rubber, pesticide, dye, medicine, food. In other industries, the processes of vulcanization, nitration, hydrogenation, alkylation, polymerization, condensation, etc. are required to participate in the physical mixing of heating, cooling, liquid extraction and gas absorption. With a stirring device, good results can be obtained. Kodak Instruments can design and process outer coil stainless steel reactors for customers.

The stainless steel reaction kettle is composed of a pot body, a pot cover, a stirrer, a jacket, a support and a transmission device, a shaft sealing device, etc. The material and the opening can be made according to the user's process requirements. The heating form of the stainless steel reaction kettle is electric heating, oil heating, gas heating, water heating, open flame heating, and the like.

The jacket form of the stainless steel reaction kettle is divided into a jacket type and an outer half tube type, and the jacket oil heating type is provided with a flow guiding device. The stirring form of the stainless steel reaction kettle generally has a paddle type, an anchor type, a frame type, a screw type, a scraped wall type and the like. The high-speed type has a decentralized impeller type, a turbine type, a high-shear type, and a propeller type, which are available for customers to select according to the process. The transmission form of stainless steel reaction kettle includes ordinary motor, explosion-proof motor, electromagnetic speed regulating motor, frequency converter, etc. The heat exchanger has cycloidal pinwheel type, worm wheel type and planetary stepless speed change type. The shaft seal is a common water-cooled packing seal, a combined PTFE packing seal, and a mechanical seal. The discharge form includes a ball valve and a lower spread valve.