Airedale Chemical

Potassium Tripolyphosphate (KTPP)

Airedale Chemical Potassium Tripolyphosphate (also known as KTPP) holds the formula K5O10P3 and is used widely in food and industrial applications.

applications

KTPP is commonly used as a builder in detergents and liquid cleaning formulations.
Used as an emulsifier, preservative and thickener within the beverage industry as well as the processed meat and bakery industries.

KTPP extends the shelf life and quality of fruit juices

Potassium Tripolyphosphate is used in the creation of soaps thanks to its ability to stabilise PH levels for a long period of time.
KTPP is commonly used as a builder in detergents and liquid cleaning formulations.
Used as an emulsifier, preservative and thickener within the beverage industry as well as the processed meat and bakery industries.

KTPP extends the shelf life and quality of fruit juices

Potassium Tripolyphosphate is used in the creation of soaps thanks to its ability to stabilise PH levels for a long period of time.

Airedale Chemical Potassium Tripolyphosphate (KTPP) is a white colourless crystalline powder with no distinguishing odour. By combining the soluble powder with water it creates an alkaline solution suitable for preventing corrosion on the surface of irons, lead and other metals.

As experienced KTPP Suppliers, Airedale Chemical suggest keeping your solution in a cool dry place for up to 12 months, after which it can become unusable.

Airedale Chemical can provide KTTP in 25kg bags and can deliver them to companies in the UK and internationally.

For more information download the Potassium Tripolyphosphate MSDS or get in contact with a member of the Airedale team of chemical experts.

CAS Number:
13845-36-8
Other names:
KTPP, Pentapotassium Triphosphate; Potassium Triphosphate
Appearance:
Colourless
EC Number:
237-574-9

Available in the following sizes

  • 25kg Bag

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