Gas Induction Reactor

Gas Induction Reactor offers a radical change from all the conventional approaches, Instead of churning the liquid reaction mass, a hollow agitator pumps gases from the head space to the lowest part of the reactor vessel, A specially designed impeller vigorously disperses these gases into the reactor bottom, resulting in a mixture akin to a boiling liquid, Gas bubbles react with liquid/slurry as they rise;Unreacted gases are re-induced into the liquid.

  •  Gas Induction Reactor

The Self-aspiration agitator of an Gas-Induction Reactor has a highly efficient design, which leads to the following advantages:

  • Vigorous gas mixing.
  • Through suspension of solid components (e.g., Catalyst).
  • Large Gas-Liquid interfacial areas. (Typical, interfacial area is 100 to 300m3 of the operating volume.
  • Enhanced gas-liquid and liquid mass transfer rates
  • Very high vessel side heat transfer coefficients, which approach boiling coefficients.
  • Reduced batch times.
  • Minimal side reactions.
  • Excellent batch to batch repeatability.
  • Catalytic hydrogenation
  • Gas-liquid reactions with suspended solids
  • Gas-slurry reactions
  • Ozonisation/Oxidationz
  • Amination/Aminolysis
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