pickle liquor


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pickle liquor

[′pik·əl ‚lik·ər]
(metallurgy)
A spent pickling solution.
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In the steel pickling process, an acidic solution called 'pickle liquor' is used to remove surface impurities from metals for cleaning them.
To serve, drain the cucumber ribbons of any pickle liquor, lay them on a plate and place the salmon on top of the ribbons.
Similarly Corus annually now sells, 50,000 tonnes of ferrous chloride solution - previously known as 'spent pickle liquor'.
In Porter County, Magnetics International Inc., a subsidiary of Inland Steel, opened a new $25 million pickle liquor plant in Burns Harbor.
In the steel pickling process, in which a solution called pickle liquor containing strong acids is used to remove surface impurities from metals for de- scaling or cleaning them.
Similarly Corus annually now sells 50,000 tonnes of ferrous chloride solution - previously known as "spent pickle liquor." Nowadays it is a valuable compound used in the water treatment industry.