filter cake


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filter cake

n
(Chemistry) chem the solid material accumulated by a filter press
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Meanwhile, both the reduction in fluid loss and the improvement in compactness of filter cake rely on the adsorption of carboxyl groups on the surface of cement grains and hydration products [11, 15].
As a consequence, an increase was observed in the total consumption of pesticides for this crop as well as in the amount of plant-generated by-products or residues such as bagasse, filter cake, vinasse, and boiler ash, which are usually disposed on the ground.
In many cases, the use of Neutralac SLS45 improves metal precipitation, flocculant stability, filter cake moisture content and porosity.
The generation of residues from the agricultural industries in Brazil was estimated to be around 290,838,411 t for 2009, of which bagasse and filter cake constituted nearly 70%.
The key factor is the addition of a highly porous filter-aid to the feed stream, which increases the permeability of the filter cake and prevents the filter from becoming blocked.
Longer duration of filtration as the filter cake is constantly washed away during the filtration process
FMY Poultry manure Crop residues green manure filter cake slaughter house waste biogas compost and silage are the material which enhances the organic matter in the soil.
The phosphorus in the filter cake is organic, and the release of phosphorous and nitrogen takes place gradually by mineralization and by soil microorganism activities (TORRES et al.
A new Ultra-Heavy-Duty Bulk Bag Filling System palletizes and fills bulk bags with filter cake, aggregates, abrasive minerals, dry chemical additives and other difficult-to-handle bulk materials.
EPA testing at the facility determined that leaked or spilled lead-iron filter cake had impacted on-site storm water, with the potential to contaminate soil along the edge of the holding area.