Teflon Lined Hydrothermal Autoclave (Safe Temp – 200°C)
₹ 7,054.00 – ₹ 112,890.00
- Maximum operating temperature: ≤220°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 316 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.
- Additional information
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.
1.Place the Autoclave and sterilizing material on the table or on the shelf.
2.Twist the screw type threaded primary SS cap (SS Alloy 304) in an anticlockwise direction until it has been opened.
3.There is 2 type of SS gasket/lid in the reactor, 1 is on the bottom side and another is on top of the Teflon vessel chamber.
4.Lift the top SS gasket or lid and take-out milky white color PTFE/Teflon reaction chamber.
5.Now fill solvent (as per liner’s capacity) in the reaction chamber and sealed it.
6.Make sure that the Teflon cap should be air-tight to avoid pressure leakage.
7.Place Teflon or PTFE liner in a stainless steel chamber.
8.Keep top gasket over the vessel and make sure that the Teflon-lined vessel placed properly in the Stainless Steel chamber.
9.Then twist primary SS cap in a clockwise direction until it does not turn anymore.
10.The secondary SS cap has been given at the top of the primary cap for extra tightening to avoid pressure leakages.
11.Rotate primary SS cap in the clockwise direction with the help of locking rod for additional tightening.
12.Placed the hydrothermal autoclave in oven or furnace and heat it till reactor’s safe temperature.
13.Increase the temperature of the oven and set heating rate 5 0C/minute only.
14.A researcher can heat the hydrothermal autoclave till 200 C for safe use.
15.After completion of the hydrothermal synthesis reaction, the autoclave’s cooling rate will be 50C/minute.
16.Make sure that, after completion of the process clean PTFE or Teflon liner properly for reuse.
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|Reactor Sealing Type|
Screw Sealing, Flange Sealing
|Max Operating Temperature|
|Heating and Cooling Rate|
|Outer Shell Material|
Stainless steel (SS-304)
|Inner Shell Material|
Teflon or PTFE