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Structured packing



 

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The term structured packing refers to a range of specially designed materials for use in distillation columns and chemical reactors. Structured packings typically consist of thin corrugated metal plates and gauzes arranged in a way that they force fluids to take complicated paths through the column, thereby creating a large surface area for contact between different phases.

See also

External links

  • Ashoka Structured Packings
  • Sulzer structured packings
  • Koch-Glitsch structured packings
  • ACS Separations and mass-transfer products
 
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