Chemical Reactors
Engineering, Design, Manufacturing, InstallationHigh Pressure Reactors
Customized solutions for R&D Labs and Pilot PlantsChemical Glass Plants
Multipurpose Pilot Plants and chemical process equipmentCompetence 
Robust chemical process equipment for reliable daily operationCorrosion resistance
Chemically resistant reactors and plantsSeeing is Understanding
Observe chemical reactions under full vacuum and high pressure

Chemical Reactors

Engineering, Design, Manufacturing, Installation

High Pressure Reactors

Customized solutions for R&D Labs and Pilot Plants

Chemical Glass Plants

Multipurpose Pilot Plants and chemical process equipment

Competence

Robust chemical process equipment for reliable daily operation

Corrosion resistance

Chemically resistant reactors and plants

Seeing is Understanding

Observe chemical reactions under full vacuum and high pressure

Pilot Plant and Reactor Systems

Glass reactors / pilot plants
Pressure reactor / stirred lab autoclaves

Pressure Reactors / stirred Autoclaves

Buchi pressure reactors and stirred autoclaves are used for chemical reactions under pressure such as hydrogenation, polymer – and catalyst research in R&D Labs and for chemical production in Pilot Plants. Lab reactor systems can operate interchangeable glass - , high-pressure steel - and Hastelloy vessels of different volumes. Efficient (high viscosity) mixing is ensured by powerful stirrer drives with magnetic couplings.

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stirred Autoclaves

Customized solutions / Applications

News

New standard control system

Büchi AG proudly presents our newest standard control system, suitable for all Büchi glass reactors systems!The fine-tuned combination of our well-known Büchi reactor systems and the ...

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Our new high pressure and high temperature autoclave novoclave

Reach new dimensions in terms of pressure and temperature! This is our new high pressure and high temperature autoclave novoclave.

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Interesting publication

Have a look at this interesting publication: “A two-stage biological gas to liquid transfer process to convert carbon dioxide into bioplastic”. Our high-pressure reactor “ecoclave” has been ...

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