Thermal Oil Heated Reactor Introduction
Thermal Oil Heated Reactor can be effectively prevented from being precipitated without mixing or agitation during operation, which can be achieved by adding an auxiliary stainless steel reactor bottom, The bottom is slightly higher than the actual one, leaving a gap of 3 to 10 cm. Thus the solid reactant will precipitate on the bottom of this auxiliary stainless steel reactor without forming a thermal insulation layer on the actual stainless steel reactor bottom.
Thermal Oil Heated Reactor has rapid heating, hygienic, no environmental pollution, high temperature resistance and corrosion resistance during operation,
To a certain extent, it does not require the automatic heating of the boiler and the convenience of use, and participates in the reaction substance during the operation.
Under the premise of sufficient mixing, to some extent, physical adjustment processes such as heating, cooling, and liquid extraction and gas absorption require a stirring device to obtain good results.
In order to ensure the normal long-term use of the oil heated reactor, periodic inspections are necessary. First, a corresponding inspection plan should be developed. Equipment design information, manufacturing materials and other related materials should be reviewed before the inspection work is carried out.
When the solid reaction material is heavily loaded, a metal ring can be added under the auxiliary bottom as a carrier. This will prevent solid material from being concentrated at the bottom of the reactor.
The inner surface of the heated reactor is primarily mirror polished, which effectively ensures that our equipment does not have a hygienic angle. The fully enclosed design ensures that the material is always sterile. The outer surface can be sandblasted, frosted or cold rolled, and light treated.
Heating and cooling: heating method can choose steam, electric heating, heat transfer oil to meet the needs of different working environments, such as acid resistance, alkali resistance, high temperature resistance, wear resistance and corrosion resistance.
After checking the corresponding data, it is also necessary to verify the actual operating parameters of the reactor, including whether the pressure, temperature, medium, etc. meet the design requirements, and develop an inspection plan according to the actual situation.
In some cases, it is also possible to selectively remove a portion of the insulating material to measure the thickness of the sheath and the base metal, or to perform a magnetic powder and penetration test on the weld of the vibrating member. The corresponding pre-test preparation and requirements should be determined with the user in advance.