Ceramic Structured Packing
Ceramic Structured Packing consists of many packing units of similar geometric design.
Corrugated sheets placed in parallel form cylindrical units called corrugated tower packing.
These are a form of highly efficient packing with separating efficiency several times higher than
that of loose packing.
They have the quality of low-pressure drop, increased operating elasticity, minimum amplifying effect, and maximum liquid treatment compared to loose tower packing.
Rectifying organic halide.
Rectifying and absorbing some corrosive mixtures, which are definitely regulated in pressure drop and theoretic plate number.
Applied in some towers that contain a large quantity of natural media used to absorb nitric acid and concentrated sulfuric acid, as well as for purifying the air in chemical plants.
Operating in vacuum conditions at a bottom absolute pressure of 100pa.
Used in heat ex changer and demisting, or as a catalyst carrier.
By national Standard QB/T 4382-2012
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