Reactor heat transfer device
The chemical reaction needs to be maintained at a certain temperature. In the course of the reaction, thermal effects (exothermic or absorption) are often accompanied. Therefore, most of the stirred tank reactors are equipped with heat transfer devices to meet the needs of heating or cooling. Heat transfer method The choice of heat transfer structure and heat carrier is mainly determined by the required control temperature, reaction heat, heat transfer rate, and process requirements. The heat transfer of the tank reactor is very important for maintaining the best reaction conditions. Bad heat transfer not only affects the reaction, but can sometimes cause an explosion. Therefore, the heat transfer operation of the reactor is important for maintaining the smooth progress of the chemical reaction.
The common heat transfer method for agitating the reactor is heat transfer between the jacket and the coil.
On the outside of the kettle body, jackets of different shapes are installed by welding or flange connection to form a closed space with the outer surface of the kettle, and a heat-carrying fluid is introduced into the space to heat or cool the materials and maintain the materials. The range of temperature specifications, this structure is called a jacket.