Henderson process

Henderson process

[′hen·dər·sən ‚prä·səs]
(metallurgy)
The treatment of copper sulfide ores by roasting with salt to form chlorides, which are then leached out and precipitated.
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Henderson Process Systems turned to Washington-based software provider Datawright to update its complex in-house systems.
Operating as a partner to some of the UK's largest companies, Henderson Process Systems works within the fast moving sectors of pharmaceuticals, petrochemicals, offshore, food and beverage.
The delegation, led by Victor Attah, governor of the State of Akwa Ibom, visited five companies, including Wellstream International of Newcastle and Henderson Process Systems of Washington.
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