The production of hydrogen chloride uses a conti […]
The production of hydrogen chloride uses a continuous decomposition method, that is to say, the hydrogen chloride decomposition process in this method is continuous. This method of continuous decomposition to produce hydrogen chloride uses conventional sodium aluminate solution to decompose by conventional stirring. The equipment is simple and the investment is low. The process is easy to control, and the product particle size and other indicators have good stability; at the same time, the process has good sealing, few leakage points, and is environmentally friendly. The hydrogen chloride prepared by the continuous decomposition method has high performance and is widely accepted by people.
That is, sodium aluminate solution and seeds are continuously fed to the first tank of the continuous decomposition tank. The feeding of the first tank and each subsequent stage tank is completed by the static pressure energy generated by the height difference of the previous stage tank, and the decomposition is qualified after the slurry reaches the last tank Filter, wash and dry to get hydrogen chloride.