Call Us +(91)-8049473396

Home   /   Products   /   Tower Packing   /   Laboratory Structured Packing



Laboratory Structured Packing

Laboratory Structured Packing is specially designed for small laboratory column diameters. It is of great use for distillation of components that are prone to decomposition. These ensure a small pressure drop while having the highest possible number of theoretical stages. It has very high separation efficiency even at low pressure drop.

Different types of laboratory packing :

  • Type EX : Even with very liquid loading, it has highest possible number of theoretical stages
  • Type DX : With a coarser structure, this packing provides a lower number of theoretical stages

Features :

  • Reduced liquid hold up
  • Reliable scale up
  • Low liquid loading
  • Highest number of theoretical stages per unit height
  • High separation efficiency
  • Maintains small pressure drop

Technical specifications :

  • For laboratory column diameters : 50 to and 80 mm
  • Materials of construction : stainless steel and different alloys

Applications :

  • Distillation of components
  • Preliminary assessment of separation task
  • Deriving reliable scale up rules


Yogi Structured Packagings & Engineering Private Limited

Wire Gauze Structured Packing

Wire Gauze Structured Packing consists of an excellent arrangement of wire mesh pieces pressed into corrugation. It continuously spreads thin liquid films across the tower as liquid passes through the packing. This type of structured packing ensures maximum exposure between liquid and vapor phase due to its capillary action and high surface areas. Further, it results in high mass transfer efficiency. Widely used in normal pressure distillation vacuum distillation and absorption processes where particles are thermal sensitive, this packing ensures high separation efficiency even at very small liquid loads.

Application and Features :

  • High number of theoretical stages per meter
  • Maintains low pressure drop per theoretical stage
  • Economical load range
  • Low pressure drop
  • Small and regular obliquity of gas passage
  • Good radial diffusion
  • Sufficient gas contact
  • Minimum liquid load
  • Reduced liquid hold up
  • High surface area
  • Maximum exposure between liquid and vapor phase
  • High void ratio

Technical specifications :

  • Available specific surface areas: 500 m2/m3, 750 m2/m3, 1000 m2/m3 and 1200m2/m3
  • Materials of construction: Carbon steel, stainless steel, 304, 316, 316L, copper bronze and aluminum

Applications :

  • Fine chemical
  • Isomer separation
  • Distillation for low liquid rate and deep vacuum applications
  • Separation of thermally sensitive materials
  • Testing tower
  • Pharmaceuticals


Yogi Structured Packagings & Engineering Private Limited

Vane Pack

The Vane Pack is widely used for the for high-capacity, high-efficiency and low-cost liquid separation of liquid droplets from a gas stream. These are made by several layers of corrugated plates interlinked at regular space by spacers. These packs are designed to effectively handle large liquid slugs and also can be customized for 3-phase separation.

Operation principle :

  • In a gas stream, liquid particles enter the pack with more inertia as compared to gas molecules
  • Due to the presence of vane pack, there is a change of direction
  • In result, droplets wet themselves and gather in the corrugations for a sufficient size to drop by their own weight

Features :

  • Efficient liquid removal
  • Wide liquid handling operating range
  • Effectively handle large liquid slugs
  • Easily applied to 3-phase separation
  • Extremely high gas throughput
  • Large liquid retention volume

Applications :

  • Fuel gas conditioning
  • Gas transmission and metering
  • Oil mist removal
  • Ammonia and urea plants
  • Chemical plants
  • Desiccant bed protection
  • Molecular sieve protection