Koch-Glitsch is the world leader in tray technology. With a wide range of designs for active panels, downcomer configurations, and support structures, Koch-Glitsch has the right tray for your application and the knowledge and experience to design and offer the most suitable configuration for your specific separation column.
With the technical knowledge gained from thousands of structured packing installations since the 1960s,
Koch-Glitsch designs towers to deliver the right combination of efficiency, capacity, pressure drop, and optimized energy requirements to meet its customers' needs.
Over the past 50 years, Koch-Glitsch
has been the front runner in random packing development and continues to define the industry standard again and again. Like no other company,
Koch-Glitsch engineers understand the importance of liquid and vapor distribution to maximize performance of packed columns.
Packing for severe services
Koch-Glitsch pioneered the use of heavy duty grid style packing 30 years ago and continues this development with its recent release of a new high performance severe service grid packing. The extensive reference list of these packings in demanding refinery services around the world is a testament to their superior anti-fouling characteristics and structural integrity.
Being fully aware of the importance of liquid and vapor distribution as well as re-distribution of liquid, Koch-Glitsch engineers give careful attention to the selection and design of vapor and liquid distributors and collectors. Tackling the industry's challenge for larger and larger columns, Koch-Glitsch makes use of its extensive experience to break new records for column diameter.
Since 1947, the KOCH-OTTO YORK® business group of Koch-Glitsch has provided a complete line of mist elimination products. The extensive application knowledge of mist elimination results in continued improvements of devices to enable Koch-Glitsch to provide effective solutions.
Koch-Glitsch has supplied liquid-liquid coalescer media for two- and three-phase separators for over 30 years. Koch-Glitsch engineers can design coalescer solutions to reduce the size of new vertical or horizontal vessels as well as improve the performance of existing drums.