Plastic Knitting Gauze Packing
Plastic Knitting Guaze Packing
Plastic Knitting Gauze Packing was invented in 1975. Due to the structure of the packing, its ability to be wetted and the efficiency of mass transfer at a low density of the liquid significantly increases. This nozzle is not suitable for high temperatures and systems that are easily polluted. The structural packing can be made of many metals. Examples of possible metals are: Stainless steels, high-Alloy steels, duplex steels, Nickel and Nickel alloys, Copper, Aluminum, Titanium, and Zirconium. Welded batch construction. Easy handling due to the fact that the parts and individual elements of the packing are welded together (instead of ties). A wide range of work performance. Flexible performance work so that the minimum performance is limited only by the design of the liquid distributor. Low liquid retention capacity. Wall flow pockets are provided with each element. Reduction of time of stay of the liquid, which minimizes the decomposition of the product. As a rule, it is one-eighth of the holding capacity of the liquid compared to the tray column. Reducing to a minimum the transmission of vapors and liquids in the near-wall zone to maximize separation efficiency.
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