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Recovery of brine from potash operation slime

C. E. Jordan

Recovery of brine from potash operation slime

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Published by Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines in [Washington] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Potash industry and trade -- By-products.,
  • Salt.,
  • Potash.,
  • Recycling (Waste, etc.)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby C. E. Jordan and G. V. Sullivan.
    SeriesReport of investigations - Bureau of Mines ; 8225, Report of investigations (United States. Bureau of Mines) -- 8225.
    ContributionsSullivan, G. V., United States. Bureau of Mines.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination13 p. :
    Number of Pages13
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15214743M

    After my 4th batch, I noticed the same thing: the kraut itself is crispy and tasty, but the liquid is like okra, mucilaginous. My problem with this batch of 3 quarts (mason jars with airlocks on each) was the brine covered the kraut, but when the cabbage floated upwards in the jar, the brine did not fully cover the kraut any longer, but I didn't catch it until 2 weeks into the 4 week process. The potash (KCl) is dissolved by heating the slurry in the presence of sufficient brine to a temperature of °F to °F. As the slurry is heated, the potash (KCI) dissolves and the salt (NaCI) precipitates. The potash rich brine is then clarified and the salt and other undissolved solids removed by thickening. In-situ leaching (ISL), also called in-situ recovery (ISR) or solution mining, is a mining process used to recover minerals such as copper and uranium through boreholes drilled into a deposit, in situ leach works by artificially dissolving minerals occurring naturally in a solid state. For recovery of material occurring naturally in solution, see: Brine mining. McGrane Water Engineering, LLC. (MWE) is a water resources firm located in Boulder Colorado. We strive to provide thoughtful, cost-effective groundwater solutions to municipalities, industry, and golf courses, using experienced professionals and state-of-the art technologies.


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Recovery of brine from potash operation slime by C. E. Jordan Download PDF EPUB FB2

Recovery of brine from potash operation slime. [Washington]: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines, (OCoLC) Online version: Jordan, C.E. Recovery of brine from potash operation slime. [Washington]: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government.

The Bureau of Mines conducted laboratory Recovery of brine from potash operation slime book on methods to increase the recovery of brine from slime produced by operating potash plants.

The slime was comprised of 80 percent brine saturated with KCl and NaCl, and 20 percent solids. A variety of settling techniques, filtration methods.

The Recovery of brine from potash operation slime book of Mines conducted laboratory studies on methods to increase the recovery of brine from slime produced by operating potash plants.

The slime was comprised of 80 percent brine saturated with kcl and nacl, and 20 percent solids. A variety of settling techniques, filtration methods, continuous centrifugation, and novel processing techniques were investigated.

Vacuum filtration recovered 65 percent of the brine at 47 gallons of brine. Recovery of brine from potash operation slime / By C. Jordan, G. Sullivan and United States. Bureau of Mines. Abstract. Includes bibliographical of access: Internet Potash industry and trade.

Brine extraction for surface process and recovery of potash, lithium, boron and industrial salt requires the application of traditional hydrogeological-hydrogeochemical theories to hyper-saline solutions. Such brines present additional technical challenges in comparison to fresh. A problem with their production has been that the potash content is always weak (usually only about 1–2% KCl), and thus a solar evaporation, or expensive plant evaporation step, was first required.

Also, the brines always contain many other ions, thus complicating the separation of potash from the evaporated brine or crystallized : Donald E. Garrett. All fights reserved /95 $+ REMOVAL OF INSOLUBLE SLIMES FROM POTASH ORE BY AIR-SPARGED HYDROCYCLONE FLOTATION M.R.

YALAMANCHILI and J.D. MILLER Department of Metallurgical Engineering, College of Mines and Earth Sciences, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UTUSA (Received 26 July ; accepted 9 September Cited by: Potash Ltd (known as Recovery of brine from potash operation slime book using flotation from a brine, saturated with respect to KCI Recovery of brine from potash operation slime book NaCl Recovery of brine from potash operation slime book containing approximately M NaCI, M KCI, M MgCl 2 and M.

The recovery of potassium chloride from Dead Sea brines by precipitation and solvent extraction. Hydrometallurgy, 1: A process is proposed for the recovery of potassium from brines by precipitation as potassium perchlorate, followed by conversion to potassium chloride by liquid anion ex- change with a tertiary amine in the form of its by: 3.

Potash is the main source of Potassium which is one of the three basic plant nutrients along with nitrogen and phosphorus. Between 60 to 80% of the potash ore is processed by flotation, the other two important unit operations are hot or cold crystallization and electrostatic separation.

Almost all the published literature on potash flotation refers to the insoluble minerals as "collector. The Bureau of Mines, US Department of the Interior, is conducting research on a dewatering technique for fine particles generated during the mineral beneficiation process that will recover a portion of the water now being lost using conventional waste disposal methods and significantly reduce the time required for land reclamation.

The technique utilizes a flocculant, polyethylene oxide Cited by: 6. Solubility Property of Brine with Different Dilutions Ratio and Properties Analysis of Low-Grade Solid Potash Ores. Shaolei Xie, Chenglong Shi, Fanglong Qiu, Jinghe Sun, Yongzhong Jia + Key Laboratory of Comprehensive and Highly Efficient Utilization of Salt Lake Resources, Qinghai InstituteFile Size: KB.

Solar evaporation of 10, gal of brine recovered 99% of the potash in a crude evaporite containing % Schoenite and 20% sylvite.

Flotation in a lb/h continuous flotation unit recovered over 95% of the potash in schoenite and sylvite concentrates containing 28% and % K2o, respectively. Request PDF | Recovery of magnesium chloride from resulting potash unit concentrate case vstudy: Iran great desert brine | There are several saline waters which contain large amount of Mg2+, such.

The recovery of brine solution % was achieved in pilot scale NF at kg/cm² and at 65% of recovery rate and the efficiency increases with decrease of pressure and decrease with increase of flow rate and recovery rate.

The “Recovery of Brine Solution using Nanofiltration” was successfully done and the brine solution recovered can be. Although bittern of oceanic origin can be utilized for the production of K2SO4 via kainite (KClMgSO4H2O) and schoenite (K2SO4MgSO46H2O) double salts, certain limitations are encountered in practice.

These include (i) difficulties in obtaining pure schoenite from crude kainite and (ii) the requirement of KCl in the K2SO4 forming by: Potash Production Process APC has the capacity to produce an approximate total of million tons per year of potash via its four plants in Jordan: The Hot Leach Plant (HLP), the Cold Crystallization Plant (CCP I), the Industrial Potash Plant (IPP) and the New Cold Crystallization Plant (CCP II).

Although bittern of oceanic origin can be utilized for the production of K2SO4 via kainite (KClMgSO4H2O) and schoenite (K2SO4MgSO46H2O) double salts, certain limitations are encountered in practice. These include (i) difficulties in obtaining pure schoenite from crude kainite and (ii) the requirement of KCl in the K2SO4 forming process.

When schoenite is prepared from kainite Cited by: recovery, would generate an estimated million lb/h of brine, between 5, tpy Li could be produced based on pct recovery and h days of operation. The resource is capable of supporting between 1, and 5, MW of power generation by the year (8).

Two MW demonstration plants are op­Cited by: 2. About 90% of potash produced worldwide is used as agricultural fertilizers. Flotation is the main treatment process of sylvinite (KCl-NaCl) ores for recovery of sylvite (KCl).

Potash concentrate should contain a minimum of 95% KCl and be relatively free from mm KCl fines. prepare the ore for flotation. Potash is separated (floated) from the salt tailings by agitating an aerated slurry. Salt crystals settle and are discharged from the flotation machines.

Salt tails are re-slurried with brine and pumped to the TMA where the salt crystals are deposited and the brine returns to the brine pond for reuse and/or deep well.

source for production of potash and potash-bearing brine resources (table 1). Closed-basin potash-bearing brines exist in many parts of the world, including the United States. Although typically smaller than stratabound potash deposits, potash-bearing brine deposits have the potential to Cited by: 4.

Brine extraction for surface process and recovery of potash, lithium and industrial salt requires the application of traditional hydrogeological theories to hyper-saline solutions. @article{osti_, title = {Recovery of Fresh Water Resources from Desalination of Brine Produced During Oil and Gas Production Operations}, author = {David B.

Burnett and Mustafa Siddiqui}, abstractNote = {Management and disposal of produced water is one of the most important problems associated with oil and gas (O&G) production.

O&G production operations generate large volumes of brine. USA USA USA USA US A US A US A US A US A US A US A US A US A US A US A US A Authority US United States Prior art keywords ore medium langbeinite sink potash Prior art date Legal status (The legal status is an assumption and is not a legal by: USA USA USA USA US A US A US A US A US A US A US A US A US A US A US A US A Authority US United States Prior art keywords ore particles flotation coarser sylvite Prior art date Legal status (The legal status is an assumption and is not a legal Cited by: Potash recovery in the subsequent potash rougher flotation was only 75 percent after mechanical desliming, compared with 87 percent after flotation desliming.

These batch tests also indicated that mechanical desliming required larger volumes of process brine than flotation desliming. The crystals are scraped from the ponds by machines, producing around and 1, tons of potash per day from the mine.

The entire process takes a lengthy days for the brine. brine to supply a solar evaporation facility and processing plant to produce SOP, SOPM and other by-products. The Lake Wells area boasts annual pan evaporation of around 3metres per year, which is substantially higher thanevaporation rates at other brine potash.

Potash is recovered from surface brine of the Dead Sea, at plants in Israel and Jordan. In Dead Sea brine provided % of the world production of potash. As ofthe Dead Sea was estimated to contain million tons of potassium chloride, the largest brine reserve of potassium. Brine Filed under: Salt On the Relation Between the Index of Refraction and Concentration of Solutions of Sodium Chloride (University of Chicago physics masters thesis, ), by Edward Henry Thomas.

The rougher flotation behaviour of Potash ore from the Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan was evaluated in both laboratory batch and continuous cells by the use of experimental designs. Data obtained in all tests were adjusted statistically and then used to estimate the parameters of proposed kinetic models.

By means of statistical and physical significance criteria, the Beta distribution Author: Michael W. Wong. Australian potash project very close to go ahead Recommendation: BUY Key Points Kalium Lakes is likely to be the first commercial Sulphate of Potash producer in Australia, and will be one of the lowest cost producers in the world, close to the strongly growing Asian market.

Foreword: It is surprising that we had to wait so long for a new book that gives a comprehensive treatment of chlor-alkali manufacturing technology. Technologists are largely still making do with the classical book edited by Sconce, but that is more than thirty years old.

At the time of its publication, metal anodes were just beginning to appear, and ion-exchange membrane technology was.

Possibilities for a Discharge Reduced Salt and Potash Production Exchange Conference on Potash June | Geermu, China Recovery of Saleable Salts Backfilling 5. Project Examples 6. Conclusion. Brine from Potash Plant Brine from Tailings Disposal Brine from Kieserite Plant Cooling Evaporation Na 2 SO 4.

Brine extraction for surface process and recovery of potash, lithium, boron and industrial salt requires the application of traditional hydrogeological-hydrogeochemical theories to hyper-saline solutions.

chemical water recovery system,31 Again, the AES recovered water from brine generated by the RO sub-system. Regardless of the improved operation and energy efficiency gains, the ESM of the AES technology still suffered in comparison to other phase change water recovery systems Nevertheless, there is a need for a WRS that is.

The plant, completed in late and designed to producetons ‐of sulphates of potash a year, is still developing its process and will take several years to pay off, according to Mr.

Potash is the term generally given to potassium chloride, but it is also loosely applied to the various potassium compounds used in agriculture: po­ tassium sulfate, potassium nitrate or double salts of potassium and magne­ sium sulfate (generally langbeinite, K S0 • 2MgS0).

potash mines in Saskatchewan, operating at full production, are million tons of solid waste, and million US gallons ( million m3) of brine. Both the solid waste and the brine consist primarily of NaCl.

Waste brine production per unit ton of product is higher in south-easternFile Size: 2MB. During operation, clear filtrate permeates through the membrane, while the pdf solids retained in the re-circulation loop are periodically purged for further de-watering.

The filtrate is directed to a brine recovery RO system designed for processing of high TDS Size: KB.The membrane treatment is a physical separation which also generates considerable download pdf of waste, called as reject/concentrate.

The reject/concentrate is more than three times concentrated than the feed water in terms of feed water salts. Recovery of valuables from reverse osmosis (RO) reject for its reuse of inorganic salts would be most obvious solution to eliminate environmental : Boopathy Ramasamy.Botash operates a brine recovery operation ebook sodium carbonate (soda ash) and sodium chloride (table ebook on the salar, a facility that started operation in Significant concentrations of potash (potassium chloride (KCl) and potassium sulfate (K2SO4)) have been recorded in the brines of Sua Pan, but have never been recovered commercially.