dry processing

dry processing

[′drī ′präs‚es·iŋ]
(graphic arts)
Development of a latent image without use of a solution.
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So, scientists examined the technique used to dry processing waste from striped weakfish (Cynoscion striatus) in an air-circulating oven.
In terms of increasing the amount of sorting that takes place at the front end of the processing system, the company continues to invest in installing disk screens, trommels and other cleaning equipment to extract plastic, glass and other contaminants before they enter the dry processing system.
Because the company operates a dry processing system, the presence of wet material is a major deterrent.
Coating methods and equipment will be described, including pre-coating versus in-situ use, application methods, organo-silanes, other organo-metallics, functionalized polymers, fatty acids, equipment for filler coating, equipment for coating of dry, pre-comminuted particles, and equipment for coating during wet or dry processing, including comminution.
the Pennsylvania-based multi-national recycler that specializes in lot consolidation and dry processing of salvage converters, says 2004 will end with global recycled production of platinum at 730,000 ounces, palladium at 450,000 ounces and rhodium at 120,000 ounces.
Its converter/catalyst lot consolidation and dry processing industry is dominated by a collaboration between one Japanese vehicle manufacturer, one Japanese platinum group metal fabricator/refiner and one smelter, Ashok Kumar, director of A-1 Specialized Services & Supplies Inc.