07 - 09 September
cocoon reactors are resistant to sulphuric acid in concentrations up to 99% below 150°C and they are used at temperatures up to 260°C. The corrosion below 205°C is insignificant. The reactors are far superior to any other available material in H2SO4 concentrations of 0 to 90% and temperatures of 0 to 250°C. The reactors are resistant to hydrochloric acid at 150°C up to 35% and at 200°C up to 25%.
cocoon reactors are extremely robust against nitric acid as well, in concentrations up to 98% and temperatures up to 100°C.The resistance to bases is similar to that of borosilicate glass.
Features and advantages:
- Superior corrosion-protection properties, similar to glass
- Resistant to HCL, aqua regia, chloride corrosion
- More resistant and cheaper than Hastelloy®
- Sturdier than enamel
- High abrasion resistance
- High biocompatibility
- Compatible with the JUCHHEIM classic modular reactor construction system
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