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Economic and chemical comparisons of hydrochloric acid recovery technologies for iron pickling operations

Economic and chemical comparisons of hydrochloric acid recovery technologies for iron pickling operations

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This paper presents an evaluation of available technologies to recover hydrochloric acid from spent wire pickling solutions. Technologies reviewed include prohydrolysis, acid retardation, diffusion d ...
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Number of pages:8
Year published:2013
Weight:0.2500
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By Jared Cullivan and Bryan Cullivan, Beta Control Systems Inc., USA
2013
 
This paper presents an evaluation of available technologies to recover hydrochloric acid from spent wire pickling solutions. Technologies reviewed include prohydrolysis, acid retardation, diffusion dialysis, and evaporative recovery. A case study, based on typical batch pickling waste, examines energy consumption, chemical mass balance, and end products. An economic review of the capital and operating expenses is also presented.
  
 
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