10 Years Manufacturer IMPAC Ring Supply to Islamabad

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IMPAC RING is our new developed tower packing replacing Pall ring and other random tower packings. Compared with pall ring, IMPAC Ring has better compare surface area, and also can be working longer. Material: Carbon Steel, SS304, SS304L, SS316, SS316L Technical Data Sheet

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10 Years Manufacturer IMPAC Ring Supply to Islamabad Detail:

IMPAC RING is our new developed tower packing replacing Pall ring and other random tower packings. Compared with pall ring, IMPAC Ring has better compare surface area, and also can be working longer.

Material: Carbon Steel, SS304, SS304L, SS316, SS316L

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