What is a high pressure reactor?

high-pressure reactor is a device used for conducting chemical reactions under elevated pressure conditions. It typically consists of a sealed vessel capable of providing a high-pressure environment, usually ranging from several hundred to several thousand psi or even higher. These reactors find application in various experiments and industrial processes requiring high-pressure conditions, such as chemical synthesis, catalytic reactions, and high-temperature/high-pressure treatments.

The structure of a high-pressure reactor typically includes a sealed vessel made of pressure-resistant materials like borosilicate glass, stainless steel, or titanium alloy, along with pressure sensors, pressure relief devices, heating/cooling systems, and agitators. They allow researchers or engineers to perform experiments requiring controlled high-pressure environments.

TGYF-High Pressure Reactor

  •   Volume: 50-500ml
  •   Design Pressure: 16Mpa
  •   Design Temperature: 350℃
  •   Speed Control: stepless speed regulation
  •   Temperature Control: intelligent temperature control
  •   Temperature Measurement Nozzle: K type thermocouple
  •   UL & CSA Certified
TGYF-High Pressure Reactor

CJF-High Pressure Reactor

  •   Material:304/316L stainless steel
  •   Design Pressure:22MPa
  •   Rotating Speed of Stirring:20-1000rpm
  •   Heating Method:electric heating
  •   Temperature Control Accuracy:±1℃
  •   UL & CSA Certified