MAX-PAK structured packing is ideal for difficult separations requiring a large number of theoretical stages, in low liquid rate absorption/stripping systems, or applications that require a wide operating range (turn down).
Jaeger Metal MAX-PAK is an efficient and economical structured packing. MAX-PAK structured packing is ideal for difficult separations requiring a large number of theoretical stages, in low liquid rate absorption/stripping systems, or applications that require a wide operating range (turn down). MAX-PAK offers very low pressure drop across the bed and superior liquid spreading characteristics over the packing surface.
MAX-PAK's performance benefits are attributed to its method of manufacture. MAX-PAK structured packing is manufactured using a patented process incorporating pressure drop reducing, liquid diversion openings that are strategically located, resulting in a higher volume throughput capacity with no dead space. The shapes of the openings are specially designed for guiding and directing gas and liquid flows for full integration of gas/liquid contacting. The unique design of these openings and tabs favor com-munication between the back and front of each layer of sheet metal thus providing maximum surface area and liquid/gas distribution.
MAX-PAK has been thoroughly tested by Fractionation Research, Inc. (FRI) and by the Separation Research Program (SRP) at the University of Texas Center for Energy Studies. Copies of these tests are available.
MAX-PAK is currently available in 1/2" crimp in most common alloys. Please contact our sales offices for copies of test reports, pricing and availability, or other specific details. Additional information is available in Brochure 500.
Jaeger Products, Inc., 1611 Peach Leaf Street, Houston, TX 77039-1227. Tel: 800-678-0345; Fax: 281-449-9400.