Series 5100 160-1500ml Glass Reactors

Overview

  • The Parr series 5100 Low Pressure Reactors are offered in response to users requests for:
  • A system for running reactions similar to those that have been conducted for many years in the Parr shaker, but which offer stirring for better scalability, higher operating temperatures and pressures, and more extensive reactor controls and instrumentation.


Type
Glass or Metal
Stand
Bench Top
Mounting Style
Fixed Head
Vessel Sizes, ml
160 Ml-1.5L (160, 300, 450, 600,1000 & 1500)
Standard Pressure MAWP Rating, psi (bar)
Glass: 150 (10)
Metal: 1000 (69)
Standard Maximum operating temperature, deg C
225 w/ FKM O-ring
225 w/ FFKM O-ring, Glass Vessel
300 w/ FFKM O-ring, Metal Vessel
Description
Series 5100 160-1500ml Glass Reactors
  • The Parr series 5100 Low Pressure Reactors are offered in response to users requests for:
  • A system for running reactions similar to those that have been conducted for many years in the Parr shaker, but which offer stirring for better scalability, higher operating temperatures and pressures, and more extensive reactor controls and instrumentation.
  • Reactors for elevated pressures with glass vessels that permit direct observation of mixing action, color changes, or changes of state.
  • Reactors designed for convenient operation at moderate pressure and/or for corrosion resistance.
Overview

These unique reactors were developed to solve a number of problems in the lab. They allow the user to run reactions similar to those that have been conducted for many years in the Parr shaker, but offer stirring for better scalability, higher operating temperatures and pressures, and more extensive reactor controls and instrumentation. They also provide elevated pressures while also allowing direct observation of mixing action, color changes, or changes of state. These reactors also provide for convenient operation at moderate pressure and/or for corrosion resistance.

Description
Series 5100 160-1500ml Glass Reactors

These unique reactors were developed to solve a number of problems in the lab. They allow the user to run reactions similar to those that have been conducted for many years in the Parr shaker, but offer stirring for better scalability, higher operating temperatures and pressures, and more extensive reactor controls and instrumentation. They also provide elevated pressures while also allowing direct observation of mixing action, color changes, or changes of state. These reactors also provide for convenient operation at moderate pressure and/or for corrosion resistance.

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