Reactor Technology

BR-25/40

High-pressure reactor

The high-pressure reactors of the BR-25 and the BR-40 series are equipped with gas inlet and outlet, rupture disc and manometer as standard. Individual configurations and the use of PTFE inserts are possible at any time. The reactor lid fits to all vessel options. The low weight of the BR-25 and BR-40 reactors is the basis for a flexible use within the laboratory.

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Temperature max.300 °C
Pressure max.200 bar
Volume max.45 ml
Berghof high-pressure reactors BR-25/BR-40
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Technical Specifications: BR-25/40

BR-25

BR-25

BR-40

BR-40

General informationMaterialStainless Steel 316Ti (1.4571) or Hastelloy C-22 (2.4602)
Temperature max.300° C300° C300° C300° C
Pressure max.200 bar200 bar200 bar200 bar
Reactor VesselVolumeapprox. 30 mlapprox. 47 ml*approx. 45 mlapprox. 68 ml*
Inner Diameter25 mm27 mm*24 mm29 mm*
Inner Height62 mm83 mm*99.6 mm104 mm*
Weightapprox. 0.6 kgapprox. 0.6 kgapprox. 0.7 kgapprox. 0.7 kg
TFM™-PTFE Insert (optional)Volume-approx. 29 ml*-approx. 45 ml*
Inner Diameter-22 mm*-24 mm*
Inner Height-77 mm*-101 mm*
ArmaturesStandard ArmaturesRupture Disc, Dip Tube, Valve
Pressure Measurementanalog and/or digital
Ports (total)6666
Ports (free)2**2**2**2**
Type of connection1/8“ Tube Connection
Heating Systems (optional)Electrical (Hot Plate)
Via Fluid----
StirringVia Hot Plate
Via Magnetic Drive----

* In this specification only to use with PTFE Insert
** The number of free ports can be enlarged by the use of T-connections

Range of Applications

Technology

  • Various kinds of synthesis like hydrogenation of C-C triple bonds, synthesis of metal nanoparticles, solvothermal synthesis and drug synthesis

Product Description

The high-pressure reactors BR-25 and BR-40 show off their strengths at minimum quantities approaches within organic matters or when working with fine chemicals. According to the cunstomers’ needs, the reactors are made of stainless steel 316 Ti (1.4571) or hastelloy C-22 (2.4602). There are four vessel options available: the two standard vessels for BR-25 and BR-40, as well as the vessels for the use of PTFE inserts.

The high-pressure reactors BR-25 and BR-40 have several armatures:

  • Rupture disc, dip tube and valve are standard equipment.
  • Pressure measurement is operated analog and/or digital
  • Two of the six ports are free for individual use. The connection type is a 1/8” tube connection. The number of free ports can be enlarged by the use of T-connections.

Stirring is possible for the BR-25 and BR-40 reactors by using magnetic stirring rods. In combination with the easy to use heating system, that does not need any programming, a user-friendly handling can be guaranteed. The compact size and the rather low weight of the reactors allow an easy transport, so that the reactors can be used in any place within the laboratory.

BR-25 and BR-40 have a wide range of applications. Often, they are used e.g. for different types of synthesis, like hydrogenation of C-C triple bonds or synthesis of metal nanoparticles.

Accessories

Accessory

BTC-3000 Temperature ControllerFor controlled heating processes

Monitoring and controlling of heating for all Berghof reactors.

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Accessory

BTC-1000 Temperature ControllerFor controlled heating processes

Effective heating processes for both Berghof reactors and pressure vessels.

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Accessory

BLH and BAH heating combinationHeating for small reactors

Controlled heating processes via laboratory hot plate.

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Accessory

BDL-3000 Data LoggerFor reliable recording of temperature and pressure profiles

Suitable for all Berghof reactors.

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Accessory

Sample HoldersFor material and corrosion testing

Suitable for all Berghof reactors.

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Application Notes

Screening of Metathesis Catalysts

Berghof BR reactors with smaller volumes are ideal for screening of metathesis catalysts.

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Selective Hydrogenation of Polyunsaturated Hydrocarbons

Berghof BR reactors are suitable for homogenous and heterogenous catalyses of minimum quantities.

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