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Reasons for deformation of stainless steel reactor
Introduction
The stainless steel reactor has the characteristics of rapid heating, high temperature resistance, corrosion resistance, and sanitation. During its use, if it encounters high temperature, the water quality of the reactor will fail or produce a lot of water slag, which will cause deformation.
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The stainless steel reactor has the characteristics of rapid heating, high-temperature resistance, corrosion resistance, and sanitation. During its use, if it encounters high temperatures, the water quality of the reactor will fail or produce a lot of water slag, which will cause deformation. Let me introduce to you the Reasons for the deformation of the reactor:
1. If the reactor is overheated during use, it will not only affect the equipment itself but also cause harm to the surrounding environment. Therefore, we operate the equipment reasonably and carefully during operation to avoid these problems.
Second, water needs to be used to cool the heating surface from time to time during operation, but when a problem occurs or the cooling work stops, the equipment may overheat and deform.
3. When designing a stainless steel reactor, the layout of the mixer is poor, which may cause the device to be unable to withstand heat for a long time and deform in actual operation.
4. According to the product performance of the reactor, the equipment can withstand high temperatures and there is no such thing as deformation, but it is impossible to rule out some special cases.
5. When the reactor is used in actual use, the reactor will usually be deformed when the water quality fails or there is too much water residue.
Stainless steel reactors are used to complete processes such as vulcanization, nitration, hydrogenation, alkylation, polymerization, condensation, etc. If the temperature of the equipment is too high, it will affect the performance and internal structure of the equipment, so we all need to pay more attention, to avoid high temperatures and avoid equipment deformation.
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