salt cake


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salt cake

[′sȯlt ‚kāk]
(inorganic chemistry)
Impure sodium sulfate; used in soaps, paper pulping, detergents, glass, ceramic glaze, and dyes.
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Our expertise will facilitate us to help develop an advanced flue gas transfer system which will enable Alusalt to create a recycling system that will be 10-15 times smaller than existing technologies, which will make salt cake recycling more accessible, cost effective and safer on the environment," says Arnold Kleijn, business development manager, Environmental Industry at HRS Heat Exchangers.
On average, the medium size aluminium recyclers produce 5,000-10,000 tonnes of salt cake per year.
recycles dross and salt cake into aluminum concentrate, aluminum oxide and salt brine.
Romanelli said the salt cake processing plant is expected to earn a good rate of return through additional recovery of aluminum.
This facility, which is built to specifications for landfilling hazardous material, is used to dispose of salt cake and other nonhazardous by-products of the aluminum recycling process.
Under the new arrangement, BFI hauls the salt cake from Ontario to Aluminum Waste Technology (AWT) -- a Cleveland, OH-based subsidiary of Zemex Corporation.
Insufficient aluminum content previously made recycling any salt cake economically unfeasible for many processors.
Under the new arrangement BFI transports the salt cake from Ontario to Aluminum Waste Technology (AWT) -- a Cleveland, Ohio-based subsidiary of Zemex Corporation.
We did not find the smaller type of ceramic pot in which salt cakes were presumably crystallised.
Similar vessels are still used today in various parts of the world to boil salt water and to make salt cakes.