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Regarding the fact that various grids are considered for heat transfer services, particularly those associated with fouling resistance, one should note that their heat transfer efficiency is lower than that of equivalent structured packings and their required section height will be larger. If this brings some capacity gain, then consideration of a grid may be justified and the choice will probably depend on economics. 17 Installation Regarding installation, both tray and structured packing columns are quite demanding, while randomly packed columns can be considered to be rather easy in this respect.
These considerations are valid for conventional designs with a corrugation inclination angle of 45 . Much less pressure drop and considerably higher capacity can be achieved using the same packings with a steeper corrugation inclination angle, which is usually 60 with respect to horizontal. However, the gain on the capacity side is accompanied by a loss in efficiency . Therefore this angle is not used in demanding separations. Increasing surface area to compensate for efficiency loss is not an option, because it results in linear increase in packing costs.
Packings and liquid distributors are generally more sensitive to fouling by various types of solid deposits than trays. Therefore, potential fouling, for instance by rust, which is probable if the column shells and other upstream devices are made of carbon steel, needs to be prevented. Since the debris is usually carried by liquid streams entering the column, the distributor is first to be affected; and in the case of an orifice pan distributor with the orifices at the bottom, this can within a short time lead to catastrophic consequences for packing performance.