Filson Batch Reactor

  • Fast and efficient mixing for quick reaction purpose realizing
  • Available for the design of a stirring device for better performance
  • Certified construction materials resulting in high temperature and corrosion resistance
  • Ideal for small scale industrial production and chemical reaction
  • Wide reactor capacity ranging from 1 liter to 15000 liters

Filson batch reactor is an intermittent chemical reactor that reacts on a batch basis, where the liquid material is completely mixed in the reactor without flow in or out. For example, we can often find a small tank with mixing equipment in water treatment process working discontinuously.

  • Construction material: stainless steel, Hastelloy, glass, Titanium, carbon steel
  • Working temperature: 300 – 550℃
  • Working pressure: 5000psi
  • Reactor capacity: 1 – 15000L
  • Operation style: batch

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Filson Batch Reactor

Custom Batch Reactor Based on Your Application

Filson batch reactor is a basic type of chemical reactor used in laboratories and industries to carry out a particular reactions. It has a simple structure which is composed of a external tank and a internal agitator or called stirrer. Sometimes, a customized heating or cooling system is also available.

Usually, Filson batch reactor is engineered with high quality materials, including but not limited to stainless steel, Hastelloy, Titanium, carbon steel and glass. When operating, the reactants are introduced into the reactor and after fully stirring, the products are discharged. Then the same process is repeated.

As for the types of batch reactors, Filson supplies a full range for your special application needs, such as sequencing batch reactor, fed batch reactor, batch stirred tank reactor and tubular batch reactor.

Don’t know how to choose a right chemical reactor for your industry? Filson batch reactor may be your suitable option. To know batch reactor advantages and disadvantages or a clear batch reactor design, please contact us by Clicking Here.

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