Carbon Raschig Rings
Raschig rings are shapes of tubular carbon used in quantity to create a randomly packed bed for various material processing functions. The rings provide a large surface area for interaction between the carbon and the material being processed.
Benefits derived from the use of carbon Raschig ring tower packing are corrosion resistance, thermal shock resistance and high temperature stability.
These rings are stocked in six sizes to meet all packed tower requirements.
- Low coefficient of thermal expansion; resists damage caused by severe shocks.
- May be used in most acids, alkalies and solvent environments. (Not recommended in highly oxidizing conditions.)
- Light in weight with high mechanical strength, having no soluble bond.
- Long-life packing with high temperature operating capabilities.
- Used in chlorine-hydrochloric mixtures and phosphoric acid.
- Fully carbonized to eliminate extractable impurities.