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Title: Glass reactor usages in real lab

The Application of Glass Reactor
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  • In recent years, advanced technology plays a very
    important role in our daily life and it has
    changed a lot. There are a number of useful
    devices on todays market. In this article, we
    are going to talk about glass reactor which is a
    devices mostly used in chemical industry.

  • Glass rectors are a type of chemical reactor
    which is vessels designed to contain chemical
    reactions. They are frequently used for stirring,
    mixing, dissolving, extraction and other process
    in chemical industry and lab studies. This device
    is in various types, for example stirred
    jacketed reactor and custom jacketed reactor,
    borosilicate jacketed reactor, double layer
    reactor, just to name a few. Now, there are many
    manufacturers can provide consumers good quality
    and reasonable price products.

  • If you are going to select such device, here are
    some standard packages for your reference glass
    dome with ports of inlet, solid feed, vacuum,
    full glass vessel with bottom valve, coated
    stirrer, dry-running meachincal seal, adjustable
    speed, stirrer drive, mobile stainless steel
    frame, complete documentation. At the same time,
    there are some optional standards for you,
    including full glass reactors with heating or
    cooling jacket, glass reflux condenser, stirrers
    in different shapes, flush mounted drain valve,
    and capability etc.

  • In recent years, borosilicate glass reactors are
    very popular on the market. Borosilicate glass is
    s type of glass that includes at least 5 boric
    oxide which makes the glass resistant to extreme
    temperature and also improves its resistance to
    chemical corrosion. It is well known that
    borosilicate glass has very low coefficients of
    thermal expansion, this enable it resistant to
    thermal shock. In addition, borosilicate glass
    has a very low thermal expansion coefficient,
    about one third that of ordinary glass this
    enable to reduce material stresses caused by
    temperature gradients so making it more resistant
    to breaking. Plus, borosilicate glass can provide
    following benefits, for example greatly reduces
    warping, polished reduce warping, printing
    without the use of a raft, finished models are
    easily removed from the glass once it has cooled
    down and no need for sharp tools. Developed by
    German glassmaker Otto Schott in the late 19th
    century, borosilicate glass now is very, very
    welcomed with these advantages.

  • In addition to mention in above, chemical rector
    can be made from stainless steel as well. It is
    well known that stainless steel is very popular
    in kitchen wares as raw materials. More
    important, stainless steel also can used in
    device as raw material with its advantages like
    stainless has powerful corrosion resistance, fire
    and heat resistance, hygiene, aesthetic
    appearance, strength-to-weight, ease of
    fabrication, impact resistance, and so on.
    Moreover, stainless steel is often the least
    expensive material option when the total life
    cycle costs are considered.

  • In conclusion, chemical reactor can be made from
    various materials however the glass and
    stainless steel ones are more popular on the
    market. If you are going to purchase glass
    reactors, many ways are available in additional
    to traditional shops, online services also are
    good choice in these days.
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