Thursday, January 22, 2015

The Applications of Chemical Jacketed Reactor

It is said that these different reactors will be effective on engineering, biological pharmacy and synthesis of new materials. Meanwhile, people may be familiar with some reactors that may include chemical jacketed reactor, high pressure reactor, glass lined reactor, double ®Clayer reactor and unique reactor. For example, the high-pressure reactor is often applied for elevated pressures with glass vessels compared with other different reactors.

At the same time, these reactors also contribute to chemical researches and production. More importantly, this reactor is also ideal and perfect equipment for small and medium-sized experiment of modern chemistry, new materials synthesis, bio-pharmaceuticals etc. And these equipments are often applied for some chemical experiments, middle scale test, and the production of chemistry.

Although most people may feel unfamiliar with these different types of reactors, they still play an essential role in chemical laboratories. What°Øs more, people may widely use the product in some fields such as chemical industry, car industry or other fields. Generally, the used reactor may be equipped with features that maintain or eliminate conditions and it has important effects on elevated pressures with glass vessels.

It is well known that this pressure reactor is often regarded as a chemical reaction vessel that can conduct a pressure reaction. Even some of them may use efficient condenser to ensure high recovery rate. In addition, the double-layer reactor system may achieve that one reactor may simulatenously serve several purposes in the experiment. And these designed reactors are provided with the advantage of convenient operation at moderate pressure.

In fact, the chemical reactor is extensively applied for some fields such as medical fields, chemical field and medicine manufacturing. Among these different reactors, people may be more familiar with double-layer reactor. Currently, people hope that some chemical products may be environmentally friendly. And they often adopt the double glass design. Meanwhile, it may require atmospheric or negative pressure conditions to conduct stirring response.

The reason why the environmentally glass reactor is popular is that it can keep constant speed and can°Øt produce brush and sparks. In addition, this equipment is sometimes also provided with digital mixing motor, frequency conversion control or other features. Especially, heating reaction can be done by the glass interlayer Interface communication.

Currently, more and more laboratories begin to adopt the glass reactor. Meanwhile, this reactor also plays the important role in other fields due to its advantages.

Thursday, January 1, 2015

How I rocked and rolled in 2014

Year 2014 was packed with great experiences and happy memories. Too bad I wasn't able to document each important event because I was too busy with a lot of things. Yeah, I know that is an understatement. But would you believe if I tell you that most of the important things I had last year are kept in my heart? Cliche!!!

Anyway, here are the highlights of 2014 in no particular order.

1. Races. I have done only a few. Unlike in the past couple of years where I tried to run 2 races a month, last year I did only 8 races compared to 13 races in 2012. It was 1 race shy of what I did in 2013 though. As I have said I have no time to document some important events so I have not blogged any of those races so no PR comparison. However, I was able to take photos of my bib so I'm sharing them here.
I started the year with a 5K last year. It was my 2nd start-of-the-year-race (with Buffet, wink*)

Sunday, November 23, 2014

Filipino Forever

When I left My Philippines in 2007, my connection with my Filipino friends and family have been limited in more ways than one.
Living in Maine for over 7 years now, I somehow learned how to downsize and that includes my circle of friends. I'm not saying this in a bad way. In fact, I love it. Having just a couple of Filipino friends who I can call and visit anytime I'm having serious Filipino food cravings makes my life simple and uncomplicated.

Sunday, August 24, 2014

Last Hurrah for Summer 2014

We just got back from another weekend camping. This I presumed is our last for the season. I will be back to work starting this Tuesday. This means fun is over for me. But then maybe not. I will surely find time to have fun even if summer is over, I promise!
 Our luxury accommodation for the weekend. LOL

Thursday, August 21, 2014

Yellow

Yellow is one of my favorite colors. I love taking photos of everything yellow.
 I love taking photos of yellow flowers.


Saturday, August 16, 2014

Camping with Fam Bam

The weather last weekend was really gorgeous so we took advantage of it. We spent it at Byron again. This time B joined us. Though it took a little convincing because B also knows that camping with Daddy means gold panning which means he will be bored all day waiting for him to be done with his thingy in the river. LOL
Our accommodation for the night.


Friday, August 15, 2014

Comfort Food - Recycled!

I'm cheap and lazy! Yeah, I am that horrible!
I'm cheap because I don't want to waste food. I don't want to throw out left-over food specially if they are still good and got lots of potential. "Potential" in food for me means recyclable. Well, it doesn't sound yummy, does it? Just read the whole post HERE. Now, I'm hungry again! LOL

Thursday, August 14, 2014

Water

"In the world there is nothing more submissive and weak than water.Yet for attacking that which is hard and strong nothing can surpass it."

Lao Tzu


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Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Cool Coos Canyon

Coos Canyon in Byron, Maine has been our favorite place for camping since my Sweetest introduced me to camping. Though I didn't really do a "camping" camping during my first year here in Maine, (because for some reason we always ended up in a hotel. I call it - glamping) my first "real" camping experience was fun and memorable.

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

30 and Fabulous

Procrastination is my middle name. This is another post which is long over-due. My step-daughter's 30th Birthday was last January and it's only now that I got the time to blog about it.

Monday, August 11, 2014

I'm having fun Summer-ing!

This is a late post. I have lots of stories to tell about my summer but I was busy summer-ing, so bear with me. I will post all of them before summer is over. Promise!

I have 2 more weeks left of my summer vacation. In a couple of weeks I will be back to work and fun is over. Well, not really. I will surely have fun working with kids again. But working for 12 hours straight is really tough, so to speak. But it is what it is. I just want to spend the last few weeks of summer with my Sweetest doing some fun things.
The familiar School House in Byron, Maine near the Coos Canyon picnic park.

Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Seven, Seven, Seven, Seven

I don't do Math. I hate that subject when I was a student. But number "7" is very significant to me. My Sweetest and I got married on the 7th of July, 2007. Yesterday was our 7th year anniversary.
@Portland Head Light  - 07-07-07


Friday, July 4, 2014

Germaphobic Meets Hydroponic

I have issues with dirt. I bet I was the only kid (aside from my brothers) who never grew up playing in the mud. Well, my Mom was a "germaphobic" so we were not really allowed to get dirty.

Anyway, my Sweetest loves gardening. He loves growing vegetables even if he doesn't eat them. Yes, you got that right. He is a grower not an eater.

When I came here he wanted me to get involved in gardening. But being raised by a germaphobic, I can't get down on my knees and touch soil. He begs me every year to do gardening with him. But I just can't. The only help I can give him is to eat the produce which is very easy and yummy. LOL

This year, I finally decided to conquer my fear of dirt. I have bravely told him at the start of Spring that I will get involved in gardening and give up 100% of my germaphobic psyche to help him.


Sunday, May 11, 2014

Rockin' and Rollin' in Maine

My  brother's short visit in Maine is by far the most memorable moment in my life here in Maine. It was memorable in many ways because I was able to do a lot of things for the first time.
Living in Maine for over 7 years now doesn't mean that I know everything about Maine and that I do a lot of things and activities that Mainers do.


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