To introduce liquids into reactors or vessels at elevated pressures, the most economical way is to use a pressure pipette as a secondary vessel. Liquid is forced into the reactor from special order to include additional fittings, such as a pressure gage for the pipette, a pressure relief valve or a large opening ball valve. Special pipettes can also be furnished for higher pressures to 5000 psi.
|Liquid Charging Pipettes|
|Part No.||Pipette Volume, mL||Pressure, Rating. psi|