Will hauling dried distillers in my pickup make it rust? Someone said there is enough sulfur in it to start rust. I only get 1000# at a time, so the pickup works well. I don't need to help out the road salt, it'll get my truck soon enough.
Deliquescent salts and hydrates are generally used as concentrated solutions because of the practical difficulties in handling, replacing, and regenerating the wet corrosive solids. The degree of drying possible with solutions is much less than with corresponding solids; but, where only moderately low humidities are required and large volumes of air are dried, solutions are satisfactory.
I have never dealt with it but when I was doing searches there were a lot of stuff about high grade stainless steals needing to be used. With the amount of salt in it I would think it would make stuff rust faster.
The plant I work at the sulpher level is .84% on a dry basis. We have trucks picking up and delivering 7 days a week. Both the dry and modified. Some trucks deliver multiple loads in a day/week, never seen or heard where any trailers were rusting etc.