midiclave

Laboratory high pressure reactor system

Reactor volume: 0.1 - 1.0 liter
Pressure: -1 (FV) to +200 bar
Temperature: -20 °C to +300 °C
Material: stainless steel, Hastelloy®

  • Other materials, pressures & temperatures are available.

This high pressure reactor system is designed for the use of interchangeable steel pressure vessels. Safety features guarantee safe reactions under pressure.

The stainless steel or Hastelloy reactors ensure high resistance against acids. Visual process control and monitoring is also possible under high pressure by using steel pressure vessels with sight glasses. Various low to high torque magnetic drives ensure efficient mixing and stirring low to high viscosity process media as well as excellent heat transfer. The fast action closure and vessel lift makes changing vessels quick and easy without the use of tools.

The modular setup of the midiclave system allows changing or upgrading for new tasks at any time.

A wide range of accessories for feeding of liquids / solids / gas, a fast action closure device, reactor lift and others like catalyst baskets, etc. are available – talk to us to define the right setup for your specific need.




Jacketed pressure vessels for heating with thermostat

Type 3
Metal
0.1, 0.25, 0.5, 1.0 liter
300°C
200 bar

Type 4
Metal/Sight glass
0.5, 1.0 liter
300°C
200 bar


Pressure vessels with electric heating and water cooling

Type 3E
Metal
0.1, 0.25, 0.5, 1.0 liter
300°C
200 bar

Type 4E
Metal/Sight glass
0.5, 1.0 liter
300°C
200 bar

btc
PID temperature controller
for Type 3E and 4E vessels


Examples


Chemical reactions, applications

  • Hydrogenation reactor
  • Polymerization reactor
  • Synthesis reactor
  • Catalyst testing / evaluation
  • Catalytic reactor
  • Chemical research
  • Crystallization
  • Corrosion measurement
  • Hydrogen sulfide (H₂S) scavenger testing
  • Petrochemical research
  • Biomass research
  • Biopolymer research
  • Biorefinery research
  • Biomass-to-liquids (BTL) research
  • Biofuels research
  • Thermal pressure hydrolysis (TPH)
  • Corrosion testing autoclave