Fresh view on high pressure equipment

Production of reactors, visual cells and high pressure pumps

Fresh view on high pressure equipment

Our equipment

High Pressure Reactors and Autoclaves

Intended for carrying out chemical reactions occurring at high pressures (hydrogenation, oxidation, etc.) and in the medium of supercritical fluids. Made of corrosion resistant alloys. Equipped with mixing devices.

General technical characteristics:
Pressure up to 2000 bar
Temperature up to 1000 ° C
Operating volumne up to 5 liters.

Sapphire reactors and high-pressure visual cells

Reactors and high-pressure cells that allow visual inspection of the internal volume are designed to study the physicochemical systems and their transformations when exposed to high pressures and temperatures.

General specifications:
Pressure up to 700 bar
Temperature up to 300 ° C
Operating volume up to 50 см3

High pressure pneumatic pumps

Designed to create high pressure in tanks and working mechanisms, including those in flow-through mode. Possible production options: forcing only; forcing and maintaining pressure.

General specifications:
Working pressure up to 2000 bar
Flow rate up to 1 l / min
Suitable for liquids and liquefied gases

Piston tanks

Piston tanks are made of corrosion-resistant materials, equipped with a floating piston and are designed to work with liquids and gases in various research and laboratory applications.

General specifications:
Pressure up to 1000 bar
Temperature up to 200 ° C
Operating volume up to 2 liters

Area of expertise

We work in various areas of industry and science, going beyond the existing approaches to the development and research Here we have collected only some potential applications of our equipment

Oil and gas industry
  • PVT studies (with a defined ratio of pressure, temperature and volume);
  • Investigate how surface-active substances (surfactants) influence the multicomponent systems at high pressures and temperatures;
  • Phase equilibria research for one and multicomponent systems;
  • Carrying out filtration experiments;
  • Determination of interfacial tension in “liquid-gas" and “liquid-liquid" systems;
  • Studying the process of kerogen decomposition;
  • Investigate the formation of gas hydrates and the selection of hydrate formation inhibitors;
  • Researching chemical, gas and thermal methods of enhanced oil recovery (MUN);
  • Development of technologies for enhanced oil recovery (PNP);
  • Investigation of reservoir fluids.
  • Studying the hydrothermal processes
  • Studying the components distribution between the liquid and gas
  • Minerals solubility investigation in the overcritical fluid
  • Obtaining the state diagrams for multi-component systems
  • Observation of transport reactions at elevated parameters
  • Sample preparation
  • Infrared (IR) spectroscopy
  • Ultraviolet (UV) spectroscopy
  • Raman spectroscopy
  • Terahertz (THz) spectroscopy
  • Interfacial tension coefficient determination
  • Hydrogenation reactions
  • Supercritical extraction
  • Catalytic reactions
  • Chemical reactions in the medium of supercritical fluids
  • Sample preparation
Andrey Bychkov

Andrey Bychkov

Professor, Department of Geochemistry, Moscow State University, professor of Russian Academy of Sciences

The study of phase equilibria at elevated temperature and pressure using a sapphire reactor gets a new quality of visual control. Of course, the traditionally used methods of working with thin-walled capillaries make it possible to observe the behavior of phase boundaries, but working with dispersed systems and solid phases is very difficult. The system Comvics team developed for us allows not only to see all the processes of phase transformation, but also to carry out sampling of any phase and to control this process. Visual control in a sapphire reactor opens up new horizons for conducting experiments. The use of spectral methods for phase analysis became possible with the passage of the phase boundary with a large absorbing layer.

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