Use of Industrial Waste and Raw Materials in Iron Sorption
Key Engineering Materials 2017
Edmunds Lodiņš, Inga Pudže, Ineta Rozenštrauha, Linda Krāģe

This work focuses on pellets made by Latvian industrial waste (waste cullet glass, sewage sludge, metallurgical slag and alumina scrap metal processing waste and raw mineral materials (limeless illite clay) to gain high porosity and water sorption. Iron sorption using ceramic pellets is explored more detailed. Physical-chemical properties and microstructure were researched to obtain a deeper understanding of how these qualities affect water purification from iron compounds. Three pellets with different properties were made in this paper : B5, A5 and E1. Composition B5 indicates highest iron sorption rate at sintering temperature 1100 ºC and shows considerable iron reduction in a solution after one week.

Atslēgas vārdi
Industrial waste, waste pellets, iron sorption

Lodiņš, E., Pudže, I., Rozenštrauha, I., Krāģe, L. Use of Industrial Waste and Raw Materials in Iron Sorption. No: Key Engineering Materials, Latvija, Rīga, 3.-4. novembris, 2016. Switzerland: Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland, 2017, 154.-157.lpp. ISSN 1013-9826. e-ISSN 1662-9795. Pieejams: doi:10.4028/

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