Sodium Acid Pyrophosphate (SAPP)

Sodium Acid Pyrophosphate (SAPP)

Sodium Acid Pyrophosphate (SAPP)

Description: Sodium Acid Pyrophosphate Anhydrous is a white granular or powder solid. Soluble in water giving acidic.

Synonym: Sodium Acid Pyrophosphate anhydrous, Disodium Dihydrogen Pyrophosphate SAPP.

Formula: Na2H2P2O7

Molecular Weight: 221.94

CAS Number: 7758-16-9

CAS Index Name: Diphosphoric Acid, Disodium Salt

Grade: Food grade, Free from any harmful and toxic substance.

Appearance: White powder or grains

Assay: 95.0% min

P2O5: 63.0-64.5%

Substances not dissolved in water: 0.5% max

Heavy metal (Pb + As + Cd + Hg): 10ppm max

As: 3ppm max

Pb: 1ppm max

Cd: 1ppm max

Hg: 1ppm max

Fluorides: 10ppm  max

PH value (1% solution): 3.5-4.5

Loss on dry: 0.5% max

Bulk density: 800-1050 g/l

Particle size:

Pass through mesh 100: 95% min

Pass through mesh 200: 85% min

Ror: 28 or 40

Uses: It is used in baking food act as leavening agent to control fermentation speed; Used in instant noodles to shorten water resetting time and avoid stickiness and mushiness of the noodles; It can also find uses in crackers or cakes to shorten fermentation time, lower the breakage, make the porous space in good order and therefore extend the shelf life.

Storage: Cool and dry

Label Declaration or marks of package: Sodium Acid Pyrophosphate Food grade

Net weight/gross weight, Batch No., Manufacturing date and expiry date, Country of origin

Shelf Life: 3 years

Shipping Information:  Main port of China. One 20’FCL max loading 25mt without pallets; 22mt with pallets

Packing: N. W. 25kgs/bag, Inner PE bag two layers; Outer PP woven bag or paper bags