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  • Spray Coated PTFE Reactor
  • Spray Coated PTFE Reactor
  • Spray Coated PTFE Reactor
  • Spray Coated PTFE Reactor
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Spray Coated PTFE Reactor

Tank shell: carbon steel, stainless steel 304, 316L, titanium alloy Ti, duplex stainless steel 2205

Lining material: ECTFE(F30), ETFE(F40), FEP, PFA

Sealing gasket: PTFE, rubber-coated PTFE

Fasteners: galvanized bolts, stainless steel bolts, fluorine-lined bolts


The Spray Coated PTFE Reactor is engineered to meet stringent specifications, ensuring its efficacy in highly corrosive and demanding industrial environments. The reactor operates within a working pressure range of -0.098MPa to +2.5MPa and can withstand temperatures from -100℃ to +200℃. It adheres to multiple manufacturing standards, including GB150-2011 for the design and manufacture of pressure vessels, HG/T20678-2000 and ASME for chemical equipment specifications, along with specific guidelines outlined in HG/T 4112-2009 and HG/T 4088-2009 for fluoropolymer-coated apparatus.

Description of the Coating Process

The electrostatic spray coating process employed for the PTFE reactor is meticulous and multifaceted, ensuring a high-quality and durable finish. The process begins with thorough surface preparation, where the reactor's surface undergoes high-temperature degreasing and rust removal. This is followed by abrasive blasting to roughen the surface, enhancing the adhesion of the subsequent coatings.

A special primer is then applied to the prepared surface, serving as a foundation for the fluoropolymer coating. The fluoropolymer powder is electrically charged using high-voltage electrostatic equipment, which ensures that the powder particles are uniformly attracted to and adhere to the reactor's surface. This uniform distribution is critical for achieving a consistent coating thickness and coverage.

Following the powder application, the reactor is subjected to high-temperature curing. This step is crucial as it causes the fluoropolymer particles to melt and fuse into a dense, impermeable layer that firmly bonds to the substrate. To achieve the desired coating thickness, which can vary up to 2mm depending on the reactor's application, the spray coating and curing processes are repeated multiple times, typically 5-6 cycles.

This intricate process not only provides the reactor with a highly resistant surface but also ensures that the coating maintains its integrity under extreme conditions, including high temperatures, pressures, and in the presence of corrosive or abrasive substances. The result is a reactor that offers superior performance, safety, and longevity in challenging industrial applications.

Key Features

The Spray Coated PTFE Reactor is distinguished by several key features that underscore its advanced design and technological sophistication:

Fluoropolymer Materials: Utilizes a range of high-performance fluoropolymers for its coating, including PTFE (Polytetrafluoroethylene), PFA (Perfluoroalkoxy alkane), FEP (Fluorinated Ethylene Propylene), ETFE (Ethylene Tetrafluoroethylene), ECTFE (Ethylene Chlorotrifluoroethylene), and PVDF (Polyvinylidene Fluoride). Each material is selected for its exceptional chemical resistance and thermal stability.

Coating Thickness: Offers variable coating thickness ranging up to 2mm, allowing for customization based on specific operational requirements. This thickness ensures robust protection against corrosion, wear, and chemical attack.

Electrostatic Spray Coating Technology: Employs advanced electrostatic spray coating, ensuring uniform application and adhesion of fluoropolymer coatings. This technology enhances the durability and lifespan of the reactor by providing a consistent, defect-free protective layer.

Advantages Of Our Spray Coated PTFE Reactor

The reactor boasts numerous advantages, making it highly suitable for a wide range of industrial applications:

Versatility with Corrosive Media: Capable of handling a broad spectrum of corrosive substances including acids, bases, organics, and solvents. Its compatibility with various chemical media, with a pH range from 1 to 14, makes it ideal for diverse chemical processes.

High Purity: The reactor's interior surface, coated with high-grade fluoropolymers, ensures minimal leaching or contamination. This is critical for industries where product purity is paramount, such as pharmaceuticals and semiconductors.

Low Friction Coefficient: The fluoropolymer coating provides an extremely smooth surface with a low friction coefficient, reducing material adhesion and facilitating easy cleaning and maintenance.

Excellent Adhesion and Durability: The electrostatic spray coating technology, combined with high-temperature curing, results in strong adhesion of the fluoropolymer layer to the substrate. This ensures the coating's integrity under severe operational conditions, including high pressures and temperatures.


The Spray Coated PTFE Reactor is designed to meet or exceed industry specifications, ensuring its performance and reliability in demanding conditions:

Working Pressure: Engineered for a pressure range from -0.098MPa to +2.5MPa, accommodating a wide variety of process requirements.

Temperature Range: Operates effectively within a temperature spectrum of -100℃ to +200℃, suitable for processes requiring extreme conditions.

Manufacturing Standards: Constructed in accordance with several critical standards, including GB150-2011 for pressure vessels, HG/T20678-2000 and ASME for chemical equipment, and specific guidelines like HG/T 4112-2009 and HG/T 4088-2009 for the use of fluoropolymers in equipment manufacturing.

Tank Designs: Available in both vertical and horizontal configurations, providing flexibility in installation and integration into existing systems. This versatility ensures that the reactor can be tailored to meet the spatial and operational demands of various facilities.


The Spray Coated PTFE Reactor is compatible with a wide array of supplementary components designed to enhance its functionality and ensure safe, efficient operation:

Nitrogen Sealing Devices: Used to maintain an inert atmosphere within the reactor, preventing oxidation and contamination of sensitive reactions.

Breathing Valves: Allow the reactor to breathe, balancing internal and external pressure to prevent vacuum or overpressure situations that could compromise reactor integrity.

Flame Arresters: Safety devices that stop the propagation of flames into the reactor, essential for processes involving flammable substances.

Lined Ball Valves: These valves, lined with the same high-quality fluoropolymers as the reactor, provide excellent chemical resistance for controlling flow in and out of the reactor.

Diaphragm Pumps: Compatible with corrosive materials, these pumps are used for transferring liquids without contaminating or reacting with the product.

PP (Polypropylene) and PVDF (Polyvinylidene Fluoride) Metering Pumps: Offer precise control over the addition of reactants or chemicals, ensuring accurate dosing and optimal reaction conditions.

Lined Sight Glasses: Enable visual inspection of the reactor's interior without compromising the integrity of the containment or the purity of the reaction mixture.

Level Meters: Essential for monitoring the fill level within the reactor, ensuring that processes are conducted within safe and efficient parameters.

Applications of PTFE Lined Reactors

The versatility and chemical resistance of the Spray Coated PTFE Reactor make it suitable for a broad range of industries and applications:

Chemical Processing: Ideal for handling aggressive chemical reactions, synthesis processes, and storage of reactive compounds.

Pulp and Paper Manufacturing: Used in bleaching and chemical treatment processes where corrosion resistance and chemical stability are crucial.

Food Industry: Suitable for processing acidic or basic food products, ensuring high purity and preventing contamination.

Semiconductor Industry: Provides an inert environment for etching and cleaning processes, where contamination can significantly impact product quality.

Pharmaceuticals: Used in the production of drugs and active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs), where product purity and equipment integrity are paramount.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

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1.How often does the PTFE coating need to be reapplied?

Answer: The lifespan of the coating depends on the operating conditions, but under normal use, it can last over ten years without significant degradation. Regular inspections can help determine the need for reapplication.

2.Can the reactor handle vacuum conditions?

Answer: Yes, the reactor is designed to withstand negative pressure conditions, thanks to its robust construction and the strong adhesion of the PTFE coating.

3.What maintenance is required for the reactor?

Answer: Routine maintenance includes visual inspections for coating integrity, checking accessory functionality, and ensuring that seals and gaskets are intact. Regular cleaning according to the manufacturer's guidelines is also recommended.

4.How can I ensure optimal performance of the reactor?

Answer: Adhering to operational guidelines, such as not exceeding the recommended pressure and temperature ranges, and using compatible accessories, will help maintain optimal reactor performance. Regular maintenance and inspections are also crucial.

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