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Sodium Bisulfite, 50 lbs Pail, FDA Grade, NSF and ISO Certified


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Sodium Bisulfite, Anyhdrous (Sodium Metabisulfite), NSF and ISO Certified, FDA Grade, Made in the USA. 50 lbs pail

Our Sodium Bisulfite is 99.99% pure, as graded by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). It is also NSF and ISO Certified.

This product is commonly used as a preservative in raw shrimp, fruit canning, wine, and beer making.

For use in preserving shrimp, this white powder prevents the breakdown of tyrosine by the copper-containing enzyme, tyrosinase, which produces black spots on raw shrimp. It should be mixed with water at a strength not exceeding 1.25% solution. Shrimpers are encouraged to use this product as a dip and to drain shrimp well. Never apply dry powder directly to shrimp.

Ideal for preserving shrimp for distribution.

Please do not confuse this product with sodium bisulfate that is used in swimming pools.

Phosphate free

pH: 4.3 of 1% aqueous solution
SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 82 lb. / cu. ft.
COLOR: White powder
ODOR: Sulfurous

For shrimp: 3.25 lbs powder for every 30 gal cool to warm water (1.25% solution)

Material Safety Data Sheets available after purchasing.

  • Model: 08 SB - 50
  • FLS

Sodium Bisulfite, 50 lbs Pail, FDA Grade, NSF and ISO Certified

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