The 4790 Series

The 4790 Series Reactor is a small vessel with some big capabilities. A choice of sizes up to 100ml, three pressure and temperature options and it’s powerful overhead mechanical stirrer mean that it is capable of providing even the most challenging conditions.

The 4790 Series Reactor offers a small volume, either 25, 50ml or 100ml, making it perfect for smaller test reactions or situations where the reactants are expensive.

The 4790 Series Reactor is constructed from 316 stainless steel as standard, but is available in any of Parr’s materials of construction listed <here>


Will it go to the temperature and pressure that I need?
The 4790 Series Reactors is available in three temperature and pressure styles, Standard, High Pressure and High Pressure/ High Temperature. These styles give these ratings:

Standard: 200 bar at 350°C

High Pressure: 345 bar at 350°C

Hight Pressure/ High Temperature: 345 bar at 500°C

Does it come in my size?

The 4790 Series Reactor is available in 25ml, 50ml and 100ml volumes.

But if you need something a little larger, why not look at the 4760 Series Reactors.

Or if you need something larger that can handle the higher temperatures and pressures of the high pressure or HP/HT styles, try the 4650 Series Reactors

What do I get?
The 4790 Series Reactor is sold as a vessel only, but the following additional items can be purchased to form a package:

  • Stand
  • Controller
  • Accessories

Is there any training and support available after I buy one?
All Non-Stirred Parr reactors bought through SciMed Ltd come with the option of an on-site visit and installation and training service, conducted by a supplier trained engineer, though many people do not need this. You will also have access to spare parts and advice by contacting your local SciMed Ltd product manager, or by calling the office or filling in an online enquiry form.

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