4878 Automated Liquid Sampler
Catalyst Addition Devices
Coned Pressure Fittings
Equipment for Use in Potentially Ignitable Atmospheres
External Valves and Fittings
Gas Measurement Systems
--Intermediate Supply Tanks
--High Pressure Gas Burettes
Insulated Electrical Glands
Liquids Charging Systems
--Liquid Metering Pumps
--Liquid Charging Pipettes
Safety Rupture Discs
Sample Collection Vessel
Solids Charging Systems
Spare Parts Kits
Stirrer Motor and Drives
--Gas Entrainment Impellers
Valves and Fittings
--Bottom Drain Valves
--Manual Control Valves for Compressed Gas Tanks
--Pressure Relief Valves
--Safety Check Valves
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Materials of Construction
In the standard configuration, the valves, gage, magnetic drive and other external parts on Parr reactors are furnished in stainless steel, even when a different material is specified for the cylinder, head and internal wetted parts. The external stainless components are typically only exposed to the the vapor of the reactants and are at a much lower temperature than the cylinder and internal fittings. These conditions allow stainless steel external fittings to perform satisfactorily in most cases. If external parts made of a material other than stainless steel are required for safety or other reasons, Parr can accommodate this in most cases. Any request for external parts made of a specific material must be stated clearly when ordering.
Most reactor valves are also available in Alloy 400 at a reasonable cost premium. Valves made of Alloy C-276 are also available, but generally only on special designs and at a considerable cost premium. Soft materials such as titanium and zirconium generally make poor performing valves.
Pressure gages are available in stainless steel and Alloy 400. Other materials of construction are not available. The standard method for protecting the gage in a corrosive environment is to install a diaphragm gage protector. These have a flexible diaphragm which isolates the gage from the reactants and a sealed hydraulic connection for pressure transfer to the gage. These assemblies are too large to install on all but the largest Parr reactors. The diaphragm assemblies are large and may not be practical on small reactors.
As an alternative, Parr has designed an oil filled piston isolator gage protector to isolate the gage (and transducer, if required) on reactors and pressure vessels where space is limited. These isolators can be furnished in any of the current Parr materials of construction. A piston style isolator can limit the precision of the pressure measuring device.
Pressure transducers are commonly available in stainless steel and Alloy C-276 though other materials may be available. Parr provides a mounting adapter with a water cooling jacket on pressure transducers to protect them from excessive temperatures. These can be augmented with isolators similar to gage protectors when corrosion resistance is required. When a gage and a pressure transducer are installed, a single isolator can protect both.
Magnetic drives can be furnished in all of the current Parr materials of construction except nickel, which is magnetic.
The standard material of construction for rupture discs is Alloy 600, gold-faced Alloy 600, and Alloy C-276. Tantalum and other premium materials are available on special order.
Please see the 231M Safety Rupture Disc Assemblies Operating Instructions for available rupture discs.Contact Us