Outlet of stainless steel reaction kettle and explosion-proof motor

- Apr 30, 2019-

The overflow protection device of the stainless steel reaction kettle comprises a cylinder body and a liquid discharge port arranged on the lower side of the cylinder body, and the equipment is arranged in the process of setting up the butt joint of the center of the upper end surface of the cylinder body, and the upper end surface of the cylinder body will be An air vent is provided, and a columnar floating body directly under the butt pipe is used to block the elastic washer of the lower port of the butt pipe.

 

One end of the stainless steel reactor butt pipe is connected to the overflow port of the reaction vessel, and the other end of the stainless steel reactor is effectively extended into the cylinder body, and the elastic gasket is disposed on the upper end surface of the columnar floating body. The overflow protection device can not only temporarily store the overflow, but also can prevent the overflow within a certain range, feedback control the feeding device or issue an alarm signal.

 

The stainless steel reactor is effective to check whether the pipelines, pipe fittings, insulation layer and valves on each connecting pipeline are in good condition, whether the valve is in the closed state, whether the valve is opened and closed smoothly, whether the safety valve is in the closed state, and the required public works Is it ready?

 

Visual inspection of the stainless steel reaction kettle and confirm that the mixing motor has a complete appearance, the power cord is complete, the agitator switch is intact, the grounding wire is well connected, and the electrostatic wiring between the kettle lid and the kettle body and between the reducer and the stirring motor is intact, and the test is confirmed. The hole light is intact. When using flammable and explosive materials, it should be confirmed that the stirring motor is an explosion-proof motor, and has been wired and configured with explosion-proof switches according to explosion-proof requirements, otherwise it is strictly forbidden to use.

 

When the heating temperature of the stainless steel reactor is below 100 °C, it can be heated by steam of less than one atmosphere, saturated steam is used in the range of 100-180 °C; when the temperature of the reactor is higher, high-pressure superheated steam can be used.

 

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