A reactor is a vessel that is used in the process of synthesizing a new chemical from two or more components. Vacuum is used mainly to lower the reaction temperature and to conserve energy. Process control, solvent/vapor recovery, and evaporation recovery are also valuable. Reactor vacuums are used in manufacturing bulk pharmaceuticals, removing glycol from polyester, producing ammonia, and forming both organic and inorganic compounds.
We offer a variety of vacuum technologies for reactor vacuum including liquid ring vacuum pumps, dry vacuum pumps, steam ejectors, and hybrid vacuum systems that combine these technologies for improved efficiency and performance.
Suction Capacity: 500 to 20,000 ACFM (850 to 34,000 m3/h)
Vacuum Range: to 9 inHgA (t0 270 mbar abs.)
Suction Capacity: 115 to 5,200 ACFM (195 to 8,900 m3/h)
Vacuum Range: to 1 inHgA ( to 33 mbar abs.)