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Hydrothermal Reactors and Autoclaves (SS – 316)

  • -Designed for hydrothermal synthesis, a method involving chemical reactions in high-temperature and high-pressure water environments
  • -Entirely constructed with stainless steel to ensure corrosion resistance and durability
  • -Capable of withstanding elevated temperatures and pressures, creating an ideal environment for hydrothermal reactions
  • -Widely used in materials science, nanotechnology, and organic synthesis for the production of nanoparticles, nanocomposites, and unique materials
  • -Suitable for various reactions, including crystallisation, polymerization, and modification of materials under hydrothermal conditions
  • -Stainless steel construction enhances safety by preventing corrosion or contamination of the reaction mixture
  • -Engineered with precision to control temperature and pressure parameters, ensuring the reproducibility of experiments
  • -The stainless steel design facilitates easy cleaning and maintenance, crucial for consistent and reliable performance
  • -Widely utilised in research institutions, universities, and laboratories for innovative studies and experiments in the field of hydrothermal chemistry
  • -Stainless steel hydrothermal reactors offer a cost-effective solution for researchers requiring a robust and corrosion-resistant apparatus for their experiments

Hydrothermal Reactors and Autoclaves (Made of Titanium):

  • -Hydrothermal reactors are vessels designed to handle high-pressure and high-temperature conditions for chemical reactions
  • -When constructed entirely of titanium, these reactors exhibit exceptional corrosion resistance and durability
  • -Titanium’s resistance to corrosion makes it ideal for applications involving harsh chemical environments, such as hydrothermal reactions
  • -Hydrothermal reactors are used in processes where water is a solvent under extreme conditions, typically above its critical point (374°C and 221 bar)
  • -Titanium’s strength and resistance to corrosion enable these reactors to withstand the demanding pressure and temperature requirements
  • -Titanium hydrothermal reactors find applications in various chemical processes, including the synthesis of nanoparticles, organic compounds, and hydrothermal carbonisation
  • -They are utilised for catalytic reactions and the synthesis of advanced materials due to their ability to maintain integrity under aggressive hydrothermal conditions
  • -Titanium’s stability and inertness ensure the precision and reliability of hydrothermal reactions, contributing to consistent and reproducible experimental outcomes

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Stainless Steel, Titanium


10 ML, 25 ML, 50 ML, 100 ML, 150 ML, 200 ML, 250 ML, 300 ML, 400 ML, 500 ML, 1000 ML, 1500 ML, 2000 ML


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