Filson Laminar Flow Reactor

  • Available to be operated continuously for better efficiency
  • Beneficial a lot to chemical reaction research
  • Careful package and fast delivery for worldwide
  • Various construction materials for different application needs
  • High reaction efficiency and rate

Filson laminar flow reactor (LFR) is a frequently used type of chemical reactor. It uses laminar flow to control the reaction rate and the reaction distribution. You can find this flow easily in a tubular reactor.

  • Construction material: stainless steel, Hastelloy, glass, Titanium
  • Inside diameter: 15mm
  • Height: 600mm
  • Dimension ( L x W x H ): 440 x 250 x 750mm
  • Weight: approx. 10kg

Note: The above parameters correspond to each other, more types or dimensions to be known by consulting Filson.

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Filson Laminar Flow Reactor

Your Dependable Laminar Flow Reactor Supplier in China

Filson laminar flow reactor is a common type of tubular reactor which is mostly made of stainless steel, Titanium, Hastelloy and glass. Except for these materials, you are allowed to customize special materials to construct this reactor for your particular application.

Inside a Filson laminar flow reactor, the laminar flow is in a parallel style and will not disturb one another. Besides, the velocity of the liquid or gas varies according to the distance with the center.

That is, the velocity will naturally decrease as it gets closer to the wall and farther from the center. Thus, the reactant has longer residence time in Filson laminar flow reactor from the center to the side.

Filson laminar flow reactor is an ideal choice for achieving various research purposes. The biggest advantage of this kind of reactor is that the factors influencing the chemical reaction can be control and adjust during the operation process.

If you don’t know how to choose a proper chemical reactor or just want a laminar flow reactor, Filson is here to help. Contact Us today and get the desired answer.

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