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Acceleware wins project to use radio energy to dry potash ore

Technology could play a crucial role in decarbonising potash processing

The CTI uses Silicon Carbide (SiC) technology that results in over 98 percent conversion efficiency from electricity to RF energy Credit: Acceleware

The CTI uses Silicon Carbide (SiC) technology that results in over 98 percent conversion efficiency from electricity to RF energy Credit: Acceleware

Canadian clean-tech innovator Acceleware has secured Phase 2 of a project focused on drying potash ore using radio energy waves. This project, conducted in collaboration with the International Minerals...

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