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The Rise of Cladding Plate Reactors: Affordable Solutions with Superior Performance
Introduction
This article provides an interesting image of the definition of a composite plate, which leads to the advantages of composite plate reactors.
Details
A cladding plate is like a metal sandwichit's a layer of one metal covered with another metal plate. The amazing thing about it is that it saves resources and reduces costs while still maintaining important qualities like corrosion resistance and mechanical strength. So, you get all the benefits without sacrificing performance!

Some common types of cladding plates include stainless steel cladding plates, titanium steel cladding plates, and nickel aluminum cladding plates. They're trendy for making reactors and pressure vessels because they're affordable.
 
Now, let me tell you about how we do it in WHGCM ?
We use a method called explosive composite!
We take the compound plate and place it on top of the base material. Then, we layer explosives on the compound plate. When those explosives go boom, they generate ultra-high pressure and super-fast impact energy. That energy makes the metal layers bond together in a super strong and reliable way. It's pretty cool, right?
 
So, cladding plate reactors are all about using these cladding plates for the pressure vessels. We have a variety of cladding plates to choose from, like SUS304 + medium steel Q345R, SUS316L + Q345R, SUS321 + Q345R, pure stainless steel, titanium, nickel, zirconium, Hastelloy, Inconel, and monel cladding plates. We've got options to suit different needs and requirements.
 
When it comes to comparing the cladding plate reactor with a glass reactor, there are some major advantages. First off, the cladding plate reactor has incredible chemical stability. But that's not all! This type of reactor also boasts excellent thermal conductivity, which means it can heat up quickly and handle high temperatures like a champ. And guess what? It's even more resistant to alkali compared to glass and enamel reactors. That's why you'll find cladding plate reactors being widely used in labs and industries that deal with strong alkali materials. Plus, it's much easier to maintain than enamel reactors, which can be quite a hassle. You won't believe it, but our cladding plate reactors are making waves!
 
Now let's talk about the many applications of cladding plates. With their high specific strength, impressive heat and corrosion resistance, and excellent fracture toughness, reactors using cladding plates are extensively used in the petroleum, chemical, rubber, pesticide, dyestuff, medicine, and food industries. They're the go-to equipment for processes like vulcanization, nitration, hydrogenation, alkylation, polymerization, condensation, and more. And if you need cooling liquid extraction or gas absorption, our reactors have got you covered. Stirring devices are included to ensure outstanding results. Trust me, these reactors are a dream come true for the chemical and pharmaceutical industries.
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