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Reactor

 
Chemical reactors are vessels designed to contain chemical reactions. One example is a pressure reactor. The design of a chemical reactor deals with multiple aspects of chemical engineering. Chemical engineers design reactors to maximize net present value for the given reaction. Designers ensure that the reaction proceeds with the highest efficiency towards the desired output product, producing the highest yield of product while requiring the least amount of money to purchase and operate. Normal operating expenses include energy input, energy removal, raw material costs, labor, etc. Energy changes can come in the form of heating or cooling, pumping to increase pressure, frictional pressure loss (such as pressure drop across a 90° elbow or an orifice plate), agitation, etc.
 
Jacketed Reactor Limpet Reactor
Jacketed Reactor Limpet Reactor
 
 
 
 
 
Planetary Mixer  |  Rotary Vacuum Driers  |   Flaker   |   Storage Tank   |   Scrubber   |  Ribbon Blender  |  Evaporator
Distillation Column
  |   Packed Columns/Bed   |   Autoclave   |   ISO Tank   |   Chimney   |   Vibratory Fluid Bed Dryer
Reactor : Jacketed Reactor   |   Limpet Reactor
Heat Exchanger : Shell & Tube Heat Exchanger  |  U-Tube Heat Exchanger   |  Double Pipe Heat Exchanger
Kettle Reboiler   |  Plate Heat Exchanger
Filter : Nutsche Filter    |   Pressure Sand Filter    |   Activated Carbon Filter
 
 
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