Jacketed Glass Reactor

Jacketed glass reactor, also known as glass lined reactor, is a device that is designed for controlling the temperature of contents in the vessel with a cooling or heating jacket. The jacket has ability to permits the uniform exchange of heat between the fluid circulating in it and the walls of the vessel.

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A mechanical or motorized mechanism to quickly lift the evaporation flask from the heating bath.

Glassware used in the vapor stream and condenser can be simple or complex, depending upon the goals of the evaporation, and any propensities the dissolved compounds might give to the mixture (e.g., to foam or "bump"). Modern equipment often has features such as digital control of vacuum, digital display of temperature and rotational speed, and vapor temperature sensing.