MaxiDur® random packing have a high density, greater than 2.25 kg / L, making them used as a catalyst support, in order to keep the catalytic beds in position even under extreme gas flows / speeds.
Catalytic beds that use spheres, instead of saddles and raschig rings, suffer less wear, due to the absence of sharp edges.
Clark Solutions offers MaxiDur® spheres with 60-65% SiO2 and 19-23% Al2O3 as standard, in addition to other custom formulations.
Available sizes: ¼ “(6mm) ½” (12mm) ¾ “(19mm) 1” (25mm) 1½ “(38mm) 2” (50mm).
MaxiDur® Ceramic Spheres are manufactured from high quality clay materials and have excellent chemical and structural stability, high mechanical resistance and high resistance to thermal shocks (tower packing).
- Protection of the catalyst against wear and accumulation of particulate matter;
- Stabilization of the catalytic bed;
- Need for homogenization of gas flow through catalysts.
- Catalytic beds.
MaxiDur® random packings have a high density, greater than 2.25 kg / L, making them used as a catalyst support, in order to keep the catalytic beds in position even under extreme gas flows / speeds.
MaxiRing® random packing increase the efficiency of mass transfer in absorption and desorption processes.
The random packing MaxiSaddles® BPC (MaxiSaddle Low pressure drop) is the newest generation belonging to the MaxiSaddles ceramic saddle group. Its modern design features a greater number of gas passage points, increasing efficiency and decreasing pressure loss, making it ideal for process revamp.
(Português BR) MaxiSaddles® random packing are widely used in the chemical industry, to promote mass transfer between highly corrosive substances, where it is not possible to use plastic and metallic fillings.
The random packing CMTP® seeks to associate high capacity with excellent mass transfer efficiency, promoting, also, a low pressure loss through its geometry. CMTP® is manufactured in an extensive range of metal alloys such as 410, 304, 316 and 317.