A laboratory reactor capable of simulating experimental industrial conditions and providing rapid access to important thermodynamic properties of liquid-liquid and liquid-gas mixtures: reaction heat, mixing heat, reaction time, maximum elevations of temperature during reaction, monitoring of reaction kinetics, heat capacities, etc. Used as a screening tool to determine reaction heats, the DRC offers numerous advantages.
DRC operating from -80 to 150°C Atmospheric pressure Calibration by Joule Effect
Reactor: – double skinned flasks – vol 100,250 or 500 ml – Material: Pyrex
Stirrer: – Anchor shape – Material: Teflon – Speed: from 50 to 1000 rpm – Torque: 30N.cm