Dixon Rings

Croft Filters are one of very few Dixon Ring suppliers. Invented by Dr Olaf George Dixon in 1946, the Dixon Ring is a random column packing media made from wire mesh.

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Since first being used, Dixon Rings have found specific markets where high efficiency mass transfer and exceptionally low pressure drops are required. Most commonly found within distillation and filtration processes, the Dixon Rings are packed within a column or housing. In their thousands these filters offer a superior surface area when compared to other packing media. Not only does the mesh offer greater filtration, it also offers the ability to be coated, this can help offer as a catalyst in reactions.

Common sizes are available in diameters of 1/16″, 1/8″ and 1/4″

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Product Benefits:

  • Dixon Rings create lower pressure drops when compared to other packing media.
  • Over 30 years’ experience in filtration.
  • In-house research developments allows Croft to manufacture the Dixon Rings.
  • Quality material used (available with material certification)
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Relevant Downloads

Dixon Rings Product Guide


Dixon Rings Filtration Journal


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