Tellettes Rings

Tellettes Rings

Teller Rosset rings (Tellettes) are 12 small rings invented by the American scientist E. J. Taller in 1956. The ring has the shape of a ball wrapped in spiral springs, the ends of which are connected. The polycyclic structure increases the contact area of the gas and liquid, and prolongs the deposition time of the liquid. This is why this packing has been identified as an ideal option for use in cleaning columns.

Table 1: The Technical Parameter of Plastic Tellettes Ring
ArticleSize
(mm)
Surface Area
(m2/m3)
Voidage
%
Number
(n/m3)
Bulk Density 304
(kg/m3)
1019311 25 269 82 170000 85
1019312 47 185 88 32500 58
1019313 51 180 89 25000 57
1019314 73 127 89 8000 48
1019315 95 94 90 3900 50
1019316 100 98 92 3300 52
1019317 145 65 95 1100 46