Methods of manufacturing glass lined reactor
With the continuous development of the economy, the actual demand for glass lined reactor in the industry is increasing fastly . In practical applications, it played its due role. So what is the manufacturing method of the glass lined reactor?
Glass lined reactor is a very popular equipment in petrochemical, pharmaceutical, pesticide, food and other industries. However, as the demand for products in these industries is increasing, the application of glass lined reactor is also very large.
The glass lined reactor’s first presses the steel plate into a baffle plate that meets the firing requirements, and the cross section is shaped like a letter "Ω", and the width H of the baffle plate is 1/8 to 1/6 of the diameter of the kettle body. The radius R of the top surface of the baffle is: 3δ≤R≤150mm, δ is the thickness of the baffle plate, and the radius r of the side is 6~50mm. Then the baffle is made into a layer according to the volume of the reactor or The multi-layer is welded on the inner wall of the kettle body, and after the processing at the weld seam is excessively smooth, the sinter is burned and assembled into a finished product, the flow state of the reaction material is better improved, and the reaction efficiency is improved.
At present, high-quality steel plates, welding rods and enamels are basically used in the materials of glass-lined reactor equipment. The steel plate electrodes contain low carbon, sulfur and phosphorus impurities. The lattice structure inside the steel plate is tight and trace elements are used to suppress hydrogen absorption during the manufacturing process. The enamel is made of enamel with good corrosion resistance, excellent temperature resistance, and low melting point.
Simmering is also a very important task. When simmering, it uses the "low temperature long burning" and "slow cooling after simmering" process. Generally, there is no stomata after three times of simmering, and three to four times later. The burning is only the thickening of the porcelain layer. The thickness of more than half of the porcelain layer is dense and non-conductive. Such porcelain layer has excellent corrosion resistance. Even after the corrosion, friction and collision, the thickness of the porcelain layer will not affect the performance of the porcelain layer.
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