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Recovery of waste pickle liquor values using liquid-liquid extraction.
J M. Roblin
Ph.D. thesis, Case Institute of Technology, 1962.
A blend of brass ashes containing % of zinc and % of copper was processed through selective leaching with dilute H 2 SO 4 and solvent extraction, using D2EHPA as the extracting agent in order to separate zinc and copper. Solvent extraction tests performed in bench and pilot scales were designed to evaluate the following operating . Waste reduction should be promoted at the source. For sulfuric acid pickle liquor, crystallization process is the most common method of acid recovery through removal of ferrous sulfate. For hydrochloric acid pickle liquor, the existing commercially proven technology is thermal decomposition.
Liquid–liquid extraction-based process concepts for recovery of carboxylic acids from aqueous streams evaluated for dilute streams. Recovery of acetic acid using esterification of acetic acid with n-octanol in a membrane reactor. Value Addition to Sulfate Waste Pickle Liquor of Steel Industry Using Hydrometallurgical Processes. Recovery of zinc(II) from HCl spent pickling solutions by solvent extraction using CYANEX, CYANEX, CYANEX, tributyl phosphate, and ALAMINE extractants was studied. Tributyl phosphate was selected as suitable extractant. It permitted both effective zinc(II) extraction and the stripping from loaded organic phase with water. The presence of iron(II) did not affect zinc extraction.
Isolation of paclitaxel from plant cell culture broth is commonly accomplished by liquid-liquid extraction (LLE). 11 LLE has been shown to recover a high fraction of paclitaxel using organic solvents such as dichloromethane and chloroform, due to the fact that paclitaxel has a much higher affinity for these organic solvents than it does for the aqueous cell culture medium. SUBPART A - GENERAL DOC: (85) Key Words: Pickle Liquor, Recycling, Surface Impoundment, Exclusion Regulations: Subject: Addressee: Originator: Source Doc: Date: Summary: Use/Reuse Exemption as Applied to Spent Pickle Liquor James H. Scarbrough, Chief, Residuals Management Branch, Region IV John Skinner, Director, Office of Solid Waste .
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A systematic study of the extraction of Fe(III) from chloride waste pickle liquor has been investigated using Cyanex diluted with kerosene to recover iron values from the pickle liquor.
Various parameters were studied to optimize the conditions for maximum recovery of iron. Extraction increases with increasing concentration of both hydrochloric acid and by: 6. A systematic study of the extraction of Fe(III) from chloride waste pickle liquor has been investigated using Cyanex diluted with kerosene to recover iron values from the pickle liquor.
An economic analysis was carried out for three different recycle/recovery options for waste pickling liquors from hydrochloric acid pickling baths in an existing small-mid scale plant presently neutralizing and discarding waste pickling liquors. The analysis was based on process synthesis and design, which were completed by using real plant Cited by: Acid extraction from waste pickle liquor (WPL) of the steel tubes industry was done with 35% Alamine ( M) in kerosene.
10% of isodecanol was used as phase modifier. The loading capacity of the solvent for WPL containing g/L was performed at 30 °C, 45 °C and 60 °C by multiple contact method at O/A ratio of Cited by: The extraction of acid and iron values from sulphate waste pickle liquor of steel industry was investigated .
It was found that, after extraction of acid, iron values in the raf-finate were. An innovative solution for the recovery of hydrochloric acid and liquid waste treatment from exhausted metal pickling baths. The Chemirec® process has been conceived as a highly innovative solution for the recovery of hydrochloric acid (HCl) from the effluents of exhausted metal pickling baths.
The objectives would be to establish the market value of the typical ferric oxide product, establish the market value of products from reported competing technologies for waste pickle liquor treatment, evaluate comparative process economics and assess the impact on the market of emerging new products, and recommend the best system to industry.
The waste pickle liquor was procured from a local company which deals with the manufacturing of pipes and tubes made of iron and steel. Various parameters were studied to optimise a.
liquid/liquid extraction, fluoride crystalliza- building stainless steel pickling lines since Outstanding performance in metal removal from waste pickle liquor from all high recovery rates applied in the regeneration of hydrochloric and low operation costs, success has been acid.
Since the first PYROMARS plant was. technologies which reduce nitrates in combination with acid recovery. It was found that slaked lime (Ca(OH)2) is the most suitable neutralisation agent for pickling waste and, besides the choice of chemicals, many important parameters influence the process, such as the optimal pH, mixing and conditions during lime slaking.
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This pickling process creates large amounts of Spent Pickling Liquor (SPL) which contains the dissolved iron, chromium, copper, nickel and zinc metal salts as well as combined and residual free acid. The corrosive nature and presence of residual acid and metals are the reasons why SPL is considered a toxic and hazardous waste (pickling acids.
Extraction of Zn(II) from model waste pickle liquor increased from 9 to 86% with the increase in Cyanex concentration from – M. Under the highly acidic conditions acido-chlorocomplexes of Zn such as HZnCl 3 and H 2 ZnCl 4 are predominant formed in the aqueous phase .
Surface finishing of steel sheets and strips for the removal of iron oxide scale generates a huge amount of waste sulfate/chloride pickle liquor.
Similarly large quantity of bleed stream is generated in the electrolysis industries due to the build up of acidity and metal impurity. The nature of the waste generated has become complex and hazardous in nature. Their impacts. (a)uncontaminated pickle liquor containing about gofFeCl2 and31gofhydrochloric acidper litre, and (b)contaminated pickle liquor con-taining about 73gofZnCI2,g of FeCI2, and 30 g of hydro-chloric acidperlitre.
The values are very approximate and the plant hasbeen designed to NOVEMBER copewithverywiderangesofcon-centration. PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL WITH PICKLE LIQUOR IN AN ACTIVATED SLUDGE PLANT Sewerage Commission of the City of Milwaukee Milwaukee, Wisconsin for the ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY Project # FLQ March, For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S.
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Spent Pickle Liquor Rev. 5/15 Section 8 - Exposure Controls / Personal Protection (continued) Occupational Exposure Limits (OELs) (continued) 4. The "Immediately Dangerous to Life or Health air concentration values (IDLHs)" are used by NIOSH as part of the respirator selection criteria and were first developed in the mid- 's by NIOSH.
Pickle liquor cannot ordinarily be processed recover usable by- products profitably. Spent liquor is a relatively dilute solution low-cost heavy chemicals. Therefore, most economical method for treatment of spent pickling liquor is neutralization with lime or some other cheap alkaline agent.
The solvent extraction based processes may be judiciously applied to treat the spent pickle liquor for regenerating acid and recycling the metal values. Several reports are available on the solvent extraction of mineral acids using basic or neutral extractants (Agrawal et al.,Alguacil and Lopez,Sarangi et al., ).Effective separation and recovery of hydrochloric acid and iron values from spent pickle liquor.
Proceedings of the XI International Seminar onMineral Processing Technology (MPT), NML, Jamshedpur, Google Scholar. Tait B., The extraction of sulfuric acid by some binary extractants.
Hydrometallurgy, 33, DOI: The separation and recovery of sulfuric acid from an acidic leaching solution of stone coal containing g/L of H 2 SO 4 and g/L of vanadium and other metal ions with the use of TEHA was investigated.
Vanadium valence has a significant effect on the separation of sulfuric acid and vanadium because of the speciation of the anion VO 2 SO 4 − of V(V) in the .