RANDOM PACKAGING

SI-Ring

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• Equivalent to Intalox Metal Tower Filler (IMTP), the industry's first and most widely used high performance random packing, introduced in the late 1970s

• Geometry ensures low liquid retention and significantly increases capacity compared to Pall rings. 

SI-Ring is available in plastic.

SC-Ring

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• Equivalent to the widely used cascade mini ring (CMR)

• The Pall Ring evolves with a lower diameter-to-height ratio that facilitates orientation, which reduces pressure drop and increases capacity

• Excellent mechanical strength

• SC-rings perform exceptionally in random packaging in dirt media

SC-Ring is available in plastic.

SP-Ring

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• Equivalent to the widely used Pall ring

• Designed by BASF in around 1940.

• Punch “shovel” leaves “window” on the outside, which facilitates vapor flow and increases capacity compared to SR-rings

• Extensive testing by global research institutions

SP-Ring is available in plastic.

SR-Ring

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• Equivalent to the widely used Raschig ring

• The Raschig ring is one of the earliest known random packing, which was launched by Fritz Raschig at the end of the 19th century.

SR-Ring is available in plastic.

Swan Enhanced Ring (SER)

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  • 100% equivalent to the Raschig Super-Ring in the petrochemical industry.
  • One of the first fourth generation rings.
  • Being used by many process licensors.
  • The openness of the ring prevents fouling and provides a free flow of the liquid and gas phase.