Salt evaporation ponds in the San Francisco Bay in the United States. 2009-10_31_BOS-SFO_397, by Doc Searls, is used under the CC BY-SA 2.0 license. This image has been modified and is available for re-use under the same license. Use of this image does not constitute an endorsement from the subject or author.
Dry conditions key for salt storage
Salt isn’t finicky about conditions—with one exception: Salt and water don’t mix. Keep moisture at bay, and your product will be easy to process and store. Choose a dome, and you’ll be able to store a lot of it.
Superior moisture protection: The custom PVC airform covering the dome prevents exposure to moisture. The dome’s insulated nature also prevents heating and cooling of the walls and air inside, thus preventing condensation on the walls and protecting the integrity of the product.
Dome Technology’s sales team recently returned from its annual retreat, held this year in Reykjavik, Iceland. Team members from international headquarters and the European office gathered March 6 to 10 to discuss leadership and professional ownership and were treated to glacier hikes and Northern Lights observation. Great job on another successful year, team!
Dome Technology has updated its cement overview, and the document is available on the company website for download. The latest overview outlines key benefits of storing cement and cement-industry products within a dome. A current project portfolio is also included with details about dimensions and storage capacities for recent projects. Click here to access the […]
Dome Technology has published its 2022 annual report highlighting bright spots in business and the company’s upward trajectory. Some of the report’s highlights are listed below: The Dome Technology team built a wood-pellet dome for repeat customer Drax in the southern U.S. Peeples Industries and Dome Technology collaborated on a third dome in Savannah, Georgia, […]