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salt cake

anhydrous sodium sulfate; a technical grade of sodium sulfate used in detergents, dyes, soaps, and other industrial products. See also sodium sulfate.
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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.
In addition, the SALTS joint venture has a patented process for treatment of salt cake that will help us achieve a "closed-loop" production system in which all materials used are reclaimed or consumed.
plant that will process salt cake, a by-product of aluminum recycling, to recover additional aluminum prior to landfilling.
Each block of salt cake weighs approximately 500 pounds and is composed of salt, tiny particles of aluminum, a by-product called aluminum oxide, and non-metallic components.
Each block of salt cake weighs approximately 500 pounds and is composed of salt, aluminum, aluminum oxides, and non-metallic components.
The four-acre site was used by Barmet Aluminum Corporation to dispose of salt cake fines, a by-product of Barmet's secondary aluminum recovery operation.
Once the crystallisation process is completed, the small pots are finally broken open in order to obtain hard and transportable salt cakes.
We have placed these salt cakes in a large area for the deer," he added.
Each of three periods of activity at Zhongba yielded remnants of vessels used in a process of boiling river water to produce loose salt or salt cakes.
The underwater sites, comprising compact layers, up to 10 cm thick, of sherds and charcoal, are clearly places where the brine was boiled and probably formed into hard salt cakes inside batches of poorly made jars separated from one another by ceramic spacers and arranged on cylindrical clay pedestals above wood-fuelled fires in large hearths.