1l Jacketed Glass Reactor
1L Jacketed Glass Reactor is a laboratory equipment used for chemical synthesis and other laboratory applications, it can hold up to 1 liter of liquid or solution, it is a small glass reactor. It consists of a glass vessel and a jacket surrounding it, which allows heating or cooling fluid to circulate around the vessel to control the reaction temperature. The jacket design provides efficient heat transfer and temperature control for precise and reproducible reactions.
1L Jacketed Glass Reactor Supporting Equipment:
1. DLSB-5/10°C low temperature coolant circulation pump.
Capacity: 5L; Minimum no-load temperature: -10°C; Power 100W
DLSB-5/10℃ Low Temperature Coolant Circulation Pump Low temperature coolant circulation pump is a commonly used experimental instrument in the laboratory. It provides cooling for various equipment and can meet the requirements of small experimental environments.
2. SHZ-D(III) circulating water vacuum pump.
Maximum vacuum degree: 70kpa, SHZ-D(III) type circulating water multi-purpose vacuum pump is different from the jet-type air pump in its vacuum-pumping principle, it is still a centrifugal mechanical pump.
3. GYY-5L high temperature circulating oil bath.
Volume: 5L, no-load maximum temperature: 200°C, heating power: 2kw
High temperature circulating oil bath is a laboratory instrument used to maintain a constant temperature in chemical reactions and experiments. It consists of a heating element and a container filled with oil that is circulated to maintain an even temperature. Capable of withstanding high temperatures and used in a variety of fields including chemistry, biology and materials science.
1L Jacketed Glass Reactor Features:
The glass vessel is surrounded by a jacket that allows for the circulation of heating or cooling fluid around the vessel, which enables precise temperature control of the reaction.
The glass used in the construction of the reactor is high-quality borosilicate glass, which is resistant to thermal shock and chemical corrosion.
The 1L jacketed glass reactor is small and compact, making it ideal for use in small-scale experiments in the laboratory.
Easy to Use:
The reactor is designed for easy operation, with a simple and intuitive control panel that allows for easy adjustment of temperature, stirring speed, and other parameters.
The reactor can be used for a wide range of applications, including mixing, heating, cooling, distillation, and reflux.
The reactor is designed with safety in mind, with features such as a leak-proof seal, safety valves, and over-temperature protection.
1L Jacketed Glass Reactor Application:
The 1L jacketed glass reactor is a versatile piece of laboratory equipment that can be used for a wide range of applications in various industries. Some of the common applications of a 1L jacketed glass reactor are:
The 1L jacketed glass reactor can be used for chemical synthesis, including reactions such as esterification, hydrogenation, and polymerization.
The reactor can be used for distillation processes, including fractional distillation and vacuum distillation.
The reactor can be used for the crystallization of compounds, such as in the pharmaceutical industry.
The reactor can be used for mixing applications, such as the preparation of homogeneous mixtures of multiple components.
The 1L jacketed glass reactor can be used for reflux processes, where reactants are condensed and returned to the reactor to maintain a constant concentration of reactants.
1L jacketed glass reactor operation method:
Connect the cryopump (oil bath) and vacuum pump.
- Turn on the cryopump and vacuum pump, and start vacuuming.
- Open the constant pressure dropping funnel valve to add material.
- Turn on the motor power and adjust the speed.
- The interlayer on the glass reactor is injected with hot oil or cooling liquid.
- Turn off the temperature control equipment first, and then turn off the circulation function.
- Turn off the reactor power.
- Open the discharge valve for discharge.
- Loosen each PTFE switch.
Single layer glass reactor
|Model||Stirring Power(W)||Stirring Speed(rmp)||Heating Power(kW)||Capacity(L)||Temperature Using Range(℃)||Motor Torque(g/cm)|
Jacketed glass reactor
|Model||Power(W )||Stirring Speed(rmp)||Diameter||Capacity(L)||Power Supply||Motor Torque(g/cm)|
|S-1L||60||0~600(Max.1300)||12||1||220V 50/60 Hz||2000|
|S-2L||60||0~600(Max.1300)||12||2||220V 50/60 Hz||2400|
|S-3L||60||0~600(Max.1300)||12||3||220V 50/60 Hz||2400|
|S-5L||60||0~600(Max.1300)||12||5||220V 50/60 Hz||4800|
|S-10L||120||0~600(Max.1300)||12||10||220V 50/60 Hz||1000|
|S-20L||120||0~600(Max.1300)||12||20||220V 50/60 Hz||1200|
|S-30L||120||0~600(Max.1300)||12||30||220V 50/60 Hz||1200|
|S-50L||120||0~600(Max.1300)||12||50||220V 50/60 Hz||1500|
|S-100L||250||0~600(Max.1300)||15||100||220V 50/60 Hz||3000|
Check the O-rings and make sure they are properly installed and not damaged. Check for cracks or scratches on the glass vessel. Tighten the clamps if they are loose.
Difficulty in stirring:
Check if the impeller is properly aligned and not touching the bottom of the vessel. Adjust the height of the impeller if necessary. Make sure that the motor is properly connected and the speed is set correctly.
Check if the thermostat is set to the correct temperature. Make sure that the cooling system is working properly and that the coolant level is sufficient. If the temperature is still too high, reduce the power of the heating mantle.
Check the pressure relief valve and make sure it is not clogged. Adjust the pressure using the pressure gauge. If the pressure is too high, release some of the gas from the reactor.
Glass cracks or breakage:
Do not apply sudden or excessive force to the reactor. Avoid thermal shock by allowing the glass to cool down before removing it from the heating mantle.