Comparison of Continuous Reactors – GPC RC1

Teaching Experimental Applications  (View Datasheet(pdf))

  • Mass balance: material transfer
  • Hydrodynamic study of reactors
  • Determination of the retention rate T = Ct/C0
  • Determination of the residence time
  • Effect of the action of the agitator (comparative study with or without agitator)
COMPARISON OF CONTINUOUS REACTORS - GPC RC1

COMPARISON OF CONTINUOUS REACTORS – GPC RC1

Technical Details (View Specification (docx))

Supply trays of reagents

  •  Material: polyethylene
  •  Volume 30 L

Feed pumps of reagents

  •   Polypropylene body
  •   Qmax = 900 L/h

Constant flow rate pots for the reactants

  •    Material: borosilicate glass
  •    DN 50 mm

Float flow-meters

  •    Stainless steel floater
  •    With stainless steel control valve

Manifolds

  •  Equipped with 4 valves ¼ turn to the distribution of reagents in each reactor

Reactor 1: perfectly stirred

  •   Material: borosilicate glass
  •   2 reactors in cascade 0.5L
  •   Equipped with a variable speed agitator

Reactor 2: perfectly stirred

  •  Material: borosilicate glass
  •  1 reactor of 1 L

Reactor 3: high dispersive piston

  •  Material: borosilicate glass
  •   Column DN 50 mm
  •   Length: 550 mm
  •   Filling: Rashig rings

Reactor 4: Low dispersion piston

  •    Material: borosilicate glass
  •    Coil DN 15 mm
  •    Length: 6000 mm
  •    With 4 purge tappings and drain valves

Receiver tray

  • Material: polyethylene
  • Volume: 20 L
  • 5 conductivity cells 0,1 µS/cm to 100 µS/cm ± 2% with a temperature probe Pt 100: 0-100 °C

Dimensions and Weight

  • Dimension (LxWxH): 2290mm x 800mm x 2145mm
  • Weight : 150 kg

Documentations

  • User Manual
  • Pedagogical manual
  • Technical documentation of the components
  • Lab exercises
  • Certificate of conformity CE

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