PTFE structured packing

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PTFE Structured Packing refers to a range of specially designed materials for use in absorption and distillation columns and chemical reactors. PTFE Structured packing typically consist of thin corrugated PTFE Sheets [1] arranged in a way that they force fluids to take complicated paths through the column, thereby creating a large surface area for contact between different phases.

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  1. ^ "PTFE Packing Materials". ptfepacking.net. American Seal and Packing. 28 February 2015. Retrieved 16 Feb 2015.