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SALT PRODUCTION IN NIGERIA: THE OPPORTUNITIES.

18th January 2011
SALT PRODUCTION IN NIGERIA: THE OPPORTUNITIES. Since the discovery of salt some hundreds of years ago, as an important commodity for domestic and industrial use, Nigeria still spends huge amount of foreign exchange on the importation of the commodity, ... Read >
Author: ikedike2002

Limestone crusher for cement plant

14th December 2010
Cement is a mixture of limestone, clay and others processed by high temperature calcination. Glass is from the limestone, quartz sand, soda ash and other mixture, and obtained by high temperature melting, iron with limestone used as flux to remove gangue,... Read >
Author: yjcrane

Dangers of Chemical Drain Cleaners

22nd June 2010
While getting ready for work in the morning, you casually glance into the sink - all of a sudden, you're confronted with a clogged drain! Before you instinctively reach for that chemical drain cleaner, you may want to consider other options. The American ... Read >
Author: David

All about Copper Laminated Flexible Jumpers

04th June 2010
Laminated flexible jumpers are specialized electrical equipment made from copper. Several foils of electrolyte copper are stacked over each other followed by application of high temperature under high pressure. This is a very delicate process involved in ... Read >
Author: russelmori

The Importance Of Sodium Hydroxide In Certain Domestic Cleaning Agents

23rd March 2010
The chemical is known to be one of the strongest bases in the realm of chemistry. While the chemical sodium hydroxide is best seen in industrial plants or chemical laboratories, it is incorporated in so many products that it is hardly unseen at homes. So ... Read >
Author: joalesto

The Principal Uses of Sodium Hydroxide In Various Industries

06th June 2009
Sodium hydroxide, also known as lye or caustic soda, is of importance to not one but various industries. Its chemical formula is NaOH and it is described as an odorless, white crystalline substance. It is available, commercially, either in solid form like... Read >
Author: joalesto

Sodium Hydroxide Processing and First Aid Measures

04th June 2009
Sodium hydroxide is one of the strongest alkaline with a chemical formula NaOH. It is also known as lye or caustic soda. Industries use this compound in manufacturing paper, pulp, textiles, soap, and many cleaning agents. This strong base forms heat-evolv... Read >
Author: joalesto

Bottling Olives

04th March 2009
Curing Raw Olives is Simple.Just follow these easy steps to make tasty, home-cured black olives. No harsh chemicals or preservatives are involved. Get hold of some raw olives. They should be purple/black and blemish free. Do not worry if they're a litt... Read >
Author: Leanne D
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