Salt is extremely soluble in water. Sea, ocean water or salt brines are the major sources of the world supply of salt. The recovery of salt from sea/brine water occurs by the evaporation of water and until the salt begins to crystallize. Crystallization occurs when the concentration of a chemical exceeds the solubility in the particular solvent. Brine (salt water) is chemically purified and by a process of controlled thermal compression and vacuum evaporation, solidify and crystallize into a spherical […]