All Blog Posts about ‘Pipe Reactor’

Question of the Week: How Can a Pipe Reactor Benefit your Process?

This article was authored by:

Jenny Seim
Technical Writer

A pipe reactor is an acid-base reaction vessel that can be incorporated into an agglomeration drum for the production of various, inorganic fertilizers. While the pipe reactor is not required in a system, it can add immense value to a process in terms of energy Continue reading →

 

Photo of the Week: Ammonium Sulfate Granules

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Jenny Seim
Technical Writer

This week’s photo illustrates ammonium sulfate granules. FEECO offers comprehensive process solutions for the production of ammonium sulfate using a pipe reactor, a process which produces a premium, round granule.   How does granulation with a pipe reactor work? The pipe reactor is integrated into Continue reading →

 

Photo of the Week: 3D Pipe Reactor

This article was authored by:

Jenny Seim
Technical Writer

Today’s photo highlights a 3D pipe reactor. A pipe reactor is an acid-base reaction vessel used in the production of inorganic fertilizers. Phosphoric or sulfuric acid is fed into one side of the pipe, and gaseous or liquid ammonia is sparged into the reaction chamber. This Continue reading →

 

Question of the Week: How does a Pipe Reactor Work?

This article was authored by:

Jenny Seim
Technical Writer

Often seen in the production of inorganic fertilizers, a pipe reactor is an acid-base reaction vessel which uses reaction heat as the primary method of drying. This process reduces the burden on the dryer, and can significantly decrease plant energy costs. The pipe reactor accepts Continue reading →

 

Fertilizer Granulation With A Pipe Reactor

This article was co-authored by:

Shane Le Capitaine
Thermal Processing Expert

Carrie Carlson
Technical Writer

pipe reactor granulation

The pipe reactor, or cross pipe reactor, is an acid-base reaction vessel, initially developed decades ago to produce ammoniated phosphate fertilizer. The pipe reactor is again beginning to gain popularity for the energy saving potential it can offer to granulation operations producing products such as Continue reading →