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Hydrothermal Autoclave Reactor

Hydrothermal Autoclave Reactor

The Hydrothermal Autoclave Reactor use to carry hydrothermal reaction at high pressure and high temperature. Hydrothermal synthesis reactor generally comes in a two variety; the first is Polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) or Teflon lined hydrothermal autoclave reactors and the second is PPL lined autoclave. Hydrothermal reactor mainly made up of two parts; outer high-quality stainless steel jacket and inner Teflon liner or Teflon chamber. In the Teflon-lined autoclave, the reaction is carried out at maximum 240-degree Celsius (428 Fahrenheit), while the safe temperature is 200-degree Celsius (392 Fahrenheit). PPL lined reactor use for the reaction operate at higher temperature, where the safe temperature will be 260-degree Celsius (500 Fahrenheit) and the maximum operating temperature is 280-degree Celsius (536 Fahrenheit). This product extensively used in the scientific laboratory, research and development labs, institutional organizations, quality analysis section in industries etc.,

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Description Specification
Capacity 50, 100,200, 250,400, 500
Reactor Sealing Type Screw Sealing, Flange Sealing
Safe Temperature 200°C
Max Operating Temperature 220°C
Working Pressure ≤ 3MPa
Heating and Cooling Rate ≤5°C/min
Outer Shell Material Stainless steel (SS-304)
Inner Shell Material Teflon or PTFE
Pressure Gauge Optional.
  • Maximum operating temperature: ≤240°C
  • Safe temperature: – 200°C
  • Working Pressure: ≤3MPa or 30 Bar
  • Heating and Cooling Rate: ≤5°C/min
  • Material: Shell made of high-quality nonmagnetic 304 stainless steel
  • Easy to handle
  • Threads are very smooth to lock and unlock
  • Can be customized as per requirement
  • Primary screw type cap for basic tightening
  • Best price and cost effective
  • Secondary cap has been provided at the top of the reactor for extra tightening to avoid leakage
  • Customized stainless steel jacket/autoclave of SS 316 can also be provided if needed, which is better for corrosive materials.