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InBulk Technologies: Case Study
Due to the incidence of cement dermatitis, the EU directive 2003/53/EC brought a new challenge to cement producing companies in the European Union. New legislation meant that cement producers must ensure that chromium levels are kept to an acceptable level. Elimination of Chromium VI is only possible by a chemical reduction process. This is performed by mixing ferrous sulphate powder or tin sulphate to the cement during the milling process.
During 2004, inBulk Technologies were approached by Lafarge Cement UK to study the prospect of utilising ISOVeyors as a suitable medium for transporting and storing ferrous sulphate.