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Single layer glass reactor maintenance should pay attention to the problem

Technical Knowledge 2014-08-31 15:52:42
Single-layer glass reactors are used in the field of ideal testing and production equipment for modern synthetic chemicals and biopharmaceuticals and their new materials. Therefore, learning more knowledge and skills as a high-tech product can help to play the role of the reactor. Serve us more industry needs, how to do it?

1. Before use, be sure to check the single layer glass reactor for damage and whether the interface is consistent. Take care when handling it.

2, must keep the interface clean, so you can use a soft cloth to wipe, you can also vacuum grease film is a good way.

3, the interface of the reaction kettle can not be too tight, so to maintain a certain degree of looseness, otherwise it will affect the efficacy.

4. When starting work, be sure to keep the machine running from low to high speed. At the same time, if you shut down, you must keep the machine stopped and rotate.

5. In the process of using the single layer glass reactor, if the PTFE switch is too tight, it will damage the glass.

6. After each use of the reaction kettle, it should be cleaned in time to keep the machinery clean and clean, so as to better improve the working performance of the machine. Therefore, it is necessary to clean the sealing ring regularly. It must be used during the process. Pay attention to the moisture-proof and waterproof performance to avoid the occurrence of conductive phenomena.

7. If you add accessories, you must choose authentic quality guaranteed accessories.

Therefore, mastering these scientific and reasonable single layer glass reactor maintenance attention problems is more beneficial to the performance of our reactor, and careful maintenance is also more convenient to operate, which has improved the performance of the reactor and the service life. The important role, so mastering these maintenance knowledge is very important.

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