Press Release Summary:
Suited for high-pressure chemistry, HPR Series stirred reactors feature modular design with magnetically coupled impeller. Laboratory benchtop models, offered in sizes from 50 ml to 8 L, fit into fume hood and may be operated up to 10,000 psi and 350Â°C. All high-pressure components are ASME-rated and protected by rupture disc for safe operation. Functions are controlled by integrated processor with full color touch screen.
Original Press Release:
SFT - HPR Series - High Pressure Chemical Reactors
o Catalytic Chemistry o Hydrolysis o Polymerization o Synthesis
o Process Development
Supercritical Fluid Technologies introduces a new series of stirred reactors for high pressure chemistry. The HPR Series Reactors have been designed for researchers who are interested in performing pressurized chemical reactions in their laboratories. Whether it is high pressure chemical synthesis or process development, the HPR Series is an excellent unit for those applications.
The reactors range in size from 50 ml to 8 liters and may be operated up to 10,000 psi and 350°C. The reactors have a magnetically coupled impeller for optimal mixing. All high pressure components are ASME rated and protected by a rupture disc for safe operations. These laboratory benchtop models are ideal for applications where repetitive use makes convenience a necessity, such as catalytic studies, polymerization, hydrogenation, oxidation, isomerization, and dehydrogenation. All sizes are supplied as ready-to-use instruments requiring only utility connections prior to operation. The reactors are compact instruments that fit easily into a fume hood. Their modular design makes it easy and cost effective to alter the unit's basic configuration, adapting it to meet new or evolving application needs.
All functions are controlled by an integrated processor with a full color touch screen: Closed loop temperature control, closed loop speed control, pressure indication, over-temperature limit control, ramp/soak programming of temperature and mixer speed, RS-232 communications port. Options include vessel windows, additional ports, cooling coils, sample loops, and reagent addition modules.
For more information, please call us at 302-738-3420 or visit us on-line at www.supercriticalfluids.com.
Supercritical Fluid Technologies, Inc., with headquarters in Newark, Delaware was founded in 1994 and is funded in part by the Delaware Innovation Fund. The company specialized in the manufacture of bench top equipment for supercritical fluid extractions and reaction chemistry. The company provides contract research and custom engineering services.