Calcium Sulphate | GYPSUM, dihydrate, food grade E516, home brew / beer, wine


Calcium Sulphate | GYPSUM, dihydrate, food grade E516, home brew / beer, wine

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Molecular formula:  CaSO4 2H2O

This Calcium sulphate dihydrate food grade is supplied in aluminium doypack pouch with resealable zip grip and heat seal. Please scroll down to see how do we send our product to avoid any damage due a transport to meet best standard and great price.

Calcium sulphate, frequently called gypsum, is a food additive typically found in processed products. The Codex General Standard for Food Additives reports that calcium sulfate is often used in foods as a preservative, anti-caking agent and anti-foaming agent. The pharmaceutical industry also lists calcium sulfate in dietary supplements. Calcium sulfate can be found in several food sources.



Usage: 1oz(28.3g) per gallon .
Add to first stage of fermantation and stir twice daily for 2-3 days.

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