Glass Mixing Reactor

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K-Jhil Scientific Pvt. Ltd is one of the few companies that makes the best glass mixing reactors. In kilo-labs and pilot plants, these mixing jars are often used for stirring, dissolving, mixing, extraction, and other operations. Heat exchange is possible in glass mixing reactors, which allows for improved dissolving and crystallisation. Mobile mixing containers with their contents can be transferred for additional processing. They can also be used as a reactor if they are fitted with condensers for vacuum distillation. Comprised of three components adapters and flexible tubes are commonly used to connect to mixing reactors or other equipment. Glass tanks are used as feeders and receivers in distillation glass overheads. Such vessels are usually graded, and the glass surface is sometimes covered with K-glass Jhil's protect coating to prevent it from scratches. Antistatic coating in accordance with ATEX regulations is offered. Glass tanks, mixing vessels, and reactors come in a variety of shapes and sizes, depending on the use. In K-glass Jhil's catalogue of glass components, customers will find a range of standardised vessels as well as information on their configuration. It is a flange and seal mechanism that holds two concentric vessels together. By permitting movement flexibility between the two due to thermal expansion, the end flexible seals absorb the differing expansion levels and prevent excessive stresses of the inner component and the jacket. Because it is a two-component mixer (Vessel and Top cover), the greatest sweep may be configured for greater mixing and turbulence with no vortex formation by a very effective second stage pitched blade agitator.

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