Glove Box Regeneration Techniques

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1) Regeneration gasoline: a combination of hydrogen and inert gas (hydrogen accounts for 5% -10%)

two) Amount: 40L gasoline cylinder 10Mpa

3) Regenerative gas stress: .05Mpa (the gas use for each 50 % hour in the condition of .05Mpa is that the cylinder stress drops by 1.5Mpa. If it exceeds one.5Mpa, the force of the force regulator’s timetable will be diminished, if it is considerably less than one.5Mpa Maximize the tension of the stress regulator vac glovebox routine)

four) Course of action: three hours heating-3 several hours heating and air flow-3 several hours vacuuming-one hour pumping-ten several hours cooling

5) Actions:

① Join the regeneration gasoline (verify the pipeline for leaks following link: just after connecting, open the principal valve of the stress cutting down valve to the optimum, open the auxiliary meter to .1Mpa, switch off the principal valve, hold out 15 minutes, if the stress of the auxiliary meter continues to be at .one Mpa stays unchanged, indicating no air leakage

>②Set the stress of the auxiliary gauge of the strain decreasing valve to .1Mpa (the strain throughout air flow is about .06-.08MPa

>③ Shut the cycle and analyz

r>④Turn on the vacuum pu

r>⑤ Begin regenerat

br>⑥ The new plan ends at 20h (thoroughly clean ahead of cleaning, drinking water and oxygen index <200p


6) Note: Do not cut off the power and gas during the regeneration process (especially the first 6 hours)! Some pressure reducing valves are not allowed, and the pressure needs to be adjusted appropriately to ensure continuous ventilation for 3 ho


7) Observation: whether the regeneration gas flowmeter shows about 20L / min, otherwise adjust the pressure of the pressure reducing valve.