Thermal Controlled Core Reactors (TCC series)
We can build a temperature controlled reactor with a pressurized heat transfer fluid system. The Thermal Controlled Core Reactor is built with a liquid-cooled diaphragm plate. This construction technique is similar to an automobile's radiator.

The cooling/heating galleries of the TCC are positioned between the transducers and the process solution. The inlet and outlet manifolds are welded to opposite edges of the diaphragm plate.

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