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    Tuesday, 12 June 2018

    Chemical Solvent Properties



    Hiii All....!!! Been a long time,

    This post is in response to one of the comment i received from Mr. Pradeep Pundipalli,






    What i got, i've posted here, if i've missed something, sorry for that,

    Hope majority of the solvents were covered above.....!!!!


    Comments are most Appreciated.....!!!!



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    7 comments:

    1. Dear Ajay,
      If possible please post something about solvent recovery plant in pharma industry....

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    2. Dear ajay sir,
      Can you please explain me the advantages of graphite condenser over SS condenser. And also tell me how much value of U we should take to calculate the area required for an heat duty.

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      1. Dear ,

        Graphite condensers shall be used for condensing acidic vapours, as an alternate for graphite condensers, haste alloy / tantalum condensers shall be used.
        Where as SS shall be used only for handling vapours having pH above 5.0.

        Tantalum will have higher overall heat transfer co-efficient than graphite,
        The U value of the graphite can be considered as 30% less than that of tantalum.

        Any queries pl revert.

        Regards,
        AJAY K

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    3. How static electricity will discharge from reactor like MSGL ,Teflon reactor while charging the solvent into the reactor

      what is the uses of tantanium plugs where have to insert

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      1. Hii sir,

        Pl find the below link, it is shown below with well designed images,
        https://www.ddpsinc.com/blog-0/repair-materials-and-techniques-for-restoring-glass-lined-steel?success=true

        Best Regards,
        AJAY K

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    4. Dear sir
      Can you please explain me how to calculate the steam consumption in triple effect falling film cum forced circulation evaporator?

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      1. Dear Narayana,

        What is the solvent you are using, and what is the amount of boilup you need to get, what is the heat transfer area of the triple effect evaporator?

        Kindly share the details,

        Regards,
        AJAY K

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