Analysis of test parts for maintenance of stainless steel reaction tanks

- Apr 22, 2019-

High-pressure stainless steel reactors are regularly inspected and maintained due to their operating conditions to maintain their good performance. Next, we will analyze the following aspects of the daily inspection and maintenance of the stainless steel reaction tank.


Container inspection

Regularly inspect the tank and reaction equipment. If any damage is found, change it in time. Otherwise, the situation is unclear and the consequences are unimaginable.


Pressure choice

We clarify the specific pressure values of the stainless steel reaction tanks required for the experiment and test them with a pressure gauge selected within the pressure allowable range. Otherwise, the pressure is too small to meet the requirements of the experimental reactor. If the pressure is too high, it is likely to cause danger.


Field experiment

The physicochemical reaction is not arbitrary, it is a reaction to high pressure, and the requirements on the site are high. Therefore, during the experiment, the experimental site was selected according to the needs of the experiment.



Pay attention to the cleaning of the high pressure tank. Clean up after each test. When there are impurities, do not start the experiment without authorization.



During operation, the thermometer is placed in the reaction tank in the correct manner. Otherwise, the temperature is not accurate and may cause the experiment to fail.



Prior to the test, the device, especially the valve, was carefully inspected, tested, and periodically inspected, repaired, and maintained.


Pressure gauge

High pressure tanks should use a specific pressure gauge, generally using an oxygen pressure gauge. If you accidentally choose other gas pressure gauges, it may cause the consequences of neglecting the