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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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The new process will reuse all available energy that is lost during the aluminium recycling process and will require no additional energy for the salt cake recycling.
The notice includes making provisions on how all future salt cake will be dealt with by the company in a way which avoids pollution to the environment.
Red River Aluminum recycled scrap aluminum from 1988 to 1998 and generated a waste pile of about 175,000 cubic yards of aluminum dross and salt cake. The primary pollutants, none of which are present in the groundwater at a level posing a human health concern, are sodium chloride, potassium chloride and copper, the press release said.
The first step in batch processing is salt dissolution, where water is used to dissolve the solid salt waste in the tank, called salt cake. After salt dissolution, but prior to processing the waste through TCCR, the batches of material will be sampled and analyzed, and its chemical constituents verified to be within the safety basis requirements before sending it through the TCCR process.
01 Salt cake (a) Through pneumatic system Qty 2 720 MT