To reprocess refrigerant to new product specifications by means that include distillation. Reclaiming requires chemical analysis of the refrigerant to determine that the appropriate specifications have been met. This term usually implies the use of processes or procedures available only at a reprocessing or manufacturing facility.
The product resulting from treatment of ground vulcanized scrap rubber tires, tubes and miscellaneous scrap rubber by the application of heat and chemical agents, followed by intense mechanical working. A substantial "devulcanization" or regeneration of the rubber to its original state is achieved, thus permitting the material to be compounded, processed and revulcanized.
some kinds of cured rubber can be mechanically and chemically processed into a state suitable for use in mixing new batches of compound; this is called reclaim material, generally used at a moderately low level
An act carried out by a seller who has tendered a live cattle delivery certificate that the assigned buyer has retendered. A seller will do this to collect the retender fee. To reclaim, the original seller establishes a long position in the pit and submits a reclaim notice. If no one demands the certificate of delivery, the seller takes assignment of his own retendered certificate and collects the accrued retender fee, thus eliminating the delivery obligation.