Efficient Gas Distributor for Enhanced Industrial Process Efficiency

In packed columns, efficient gas distribution is the key to ensure that chemical reactions and mass transfer processes run smoothly. Our gas distributor can evenly and controllably disperse the gas into the packing layer to ensure the best reaction and mass transfer efficiency. The principle is to utilize the inertia and resistance effect of the gas in the flow process to make the gas evenly distributed. Strict quality control during manufacturing and the selection of high-quality materials allow our gas distributors to perform well in a variety of industrial environments and ensure long-term reliability.

Double-row vane gas distributor with 2 rows of baffles
  • Material
    • Metal: stainless steel (304, 304L, 316, 316L), Monel, titanium, carbon steel.
    • Notes: Other materials are available upon request.
  • Category
    • Multiple hole straight pipe type
    • Double-row vane type
  • Size (inch/mm): Can be customized.
Straight pipe gas distributor with many holes on the pipe

Multiple Hole Straight Pipe Gas Distributor

It is a versatile gas distributor and is only suitable for gas phase feeding and cannot contain liquid phase.

Gas distributor with 2 rows of arc vanes

Double-Row Vane Gas Distributor

It adopts radial feeding and the gas is diverted into the column through multi-stage vanes to achieve the purpose of gas-liquid separation and uniform gas distribution.

  • Uniform gas distribution, small column cross-sectional area and low flow resistance.
  • The gas passes through the distributor and achieves uniform distribution in the space within a short period.
  • Simple structure, easy to manufacture, easy to install, maintain and replace.

Gas distributors are used in various column equipment such as absorption columns, desulfurization columns, and distillation columns in chemical, environmental protection, petroleum and other industries. They are used to achieve uniform distribution of gas and facilitate efficient mass transfer and heat transfer between gas and liquid phases, thereby improving reaction efficiency.