The Utilisation of Pyrites in Pulp and Acid Manufacture

CIM Bulletin1930
THE sulphur consumed in Canadian pulp mills and acid plants is worth approximately three million dollars annually and amounts to one hundred and fifty thousand long tons, all of which is imported from the United States. Concurrently with a decline in the value of newsprint there has been a gradual increase in the price of this raw material.
Keywords: Combustion, Deposits, Iron, iron oxide, pig iron, pyrite, sulphur, United States, Mill, Mills, pyrite, sulphur, United States
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