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The difference between hydrogenation reactor and high pressure reactor

By Thomas September 28th, 2023 161 views
Hydrogenation reactor is also called hydrogenation reactor or hydrogenation reactor, which is a kind of reaction equipment for hydrogenation reaction. The difference between hydrogenation reactor and high pressure reactor is that the reaction medium in the hydrogenation reactor—hydrogen is a flammable and explosive gas , and after the hydrogen leaks, it is easy to explode when it comes into contact with an open flame, which is dangerous to the operator. Therefore, the electrical parts of the hydrogenation kettle are explosion-proof, and the purpose is to prevent sparks from detonating hydrogen.
  
After the autoclave is equipped with an explosion-proof device, it also has the function of a hydrogenation kettle.
The hydrogenation process is a chemical reaction unit process. Since hydrogen is not active, it needs to be equipped with catalysts, high temperature, high pressure and other conditions to react.
The hydrogenation reaction process mainly converts unsaturated organic matter into saturated organic matter through hydrogenation, such as hydrogenation of benzene to cyclohexane for the manufacture of nylon; hydrogenation of fish oil to produce hardened solid oil for storage and transportation; The process of making soap and glycerin is also a hydrogenation process.
The hydrogenolysis reaction process mainly replaces the hydrogen on the organic matter in the form of hydrogen gas. For example, coal or heavy oil is hydrogenated into artificial petroleum in the liquid state of small molecules.
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