salt action

salt ac·tion

any physiochemical effect produced by hypertonic concentrations of osmotically active electrolytes.
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Soon after the first excavations in 1923, the need for conservation became evident as the exposed structures began to deteriorate due to salt action in the bricks.
Salt action group Cash surveyed 101 ready meals from eight retailers - and also found economy meals had up to twice as much salt as standard ones.
Finning had extensive knowledge of Caterpillar equipment and Salt Union's RATS (Rock Salt Action Teams) had invaluable experience in protecting equipment under these exceptional conditions.