Barton's Pot Type Lead Sub Oxide Systems
Lead is melted in a Melting Pot and is pumped into the Reaction pot, where the exothermic reaction of
converting Lead to Lead Oxide takes place. The reaction temperature and reaction ampere is controlled to
achieve stable reaction and desired quality. Negative pressure is maintained in the reactor. Oxide is
removed from the reactor by sucking fresh air through it. Oxide is collected in the cyclone and the Dust
The dust collector fitted with PP coated filter bas, filters the air and leaves fresh air to the
atomsphere. The exhaust air from the Dust collector meets the environmental emission standards. HEPA
filters can also be used after the Dust collector.
- Reaction temperature
Reaction temperature is controlled by controlling the feed to the reaction pot and the amount of air sucked
through the reactor. Water can also be used the control the temperature.
- Reaction load
Reaction load i.e ampere of the reactor is controlled by controllin the amount of lead entering the reactor.
- System draft
System Draft is measured and controlled by a motorized butterfly Damper, through the control panel.
- Fully Automatic with PLC based Control system
- Totally enclosed system
- Touch Screen Based Interface
- One Button START / STOP
- 24 HOUR Operation