The Metal Tellerette Ring
you described has different specifications with varying sizes and parameters. Here's a breakdown of each size and its corresponding characteristics:
Diameter 50 x 25 x 0.8 (mm):
Specific Area: 112.8 m²/m³
Void Rate: 96.2%
Bulk Number: 19,180 pieces/m²
Diameter 75 x 75 x 1.0 (mm):
Specific Area: 64.1 m²/m³
Void Rate: 97.3%
Bulk Number: 5,460 pieces/m²
Diameter 100 x 45 x 1.2 (mm):
Specific Area: 53.4 m²/m³
Void Rate: 97.3%
Bulk Number: 2,520 pieces/m²
These parameters provide important information about the Metal Tellerette Rings:
Diameter: This specifies the size of the rings, with each dimension indicating the inner diameter, outer diameter, and height (or thickness) of the ring. For example, in the first size, the ring has an inner diameter of 50 mm, an outer diameter of 25 mm, and a thickness of 0.8 mm.
Specific Area (m²/m³): This parameter represents the surface area of the ring per unit volume. It's a measure of the available surface for contact between gas and liquid. The larger the specific area, the more efficient the mass transfer and separation processes.
Void Rate (%): This indicates the percentage of open space or voids within the packing. Higher void rates generally lead to better gas and liquid flow and improved mass transfer efficiency.
Bulk Number (Pieces/m²): This specifies the number of individual Metal Tellerette Rings that can be packed into one square meter. It's an important parameter for determining the quantity of rings needed for a particular application.
These parameters are crucial for selecting the appropriate packing for specific industrial processes, as they affect the efficiency and performance of distillation, absorption, or other separation processes. The choice of size and configuration depends on the requirements of the application and the desired outcome.