The raw materials of Cream of tartar
- Potassium Acid Tartrate
- Monopotassium Tartrate
- Butane dioïc acid, 2,3- dihydroxy-, [R-(R*, R*)]- monopotassium salt
- L(+) Tartaric Acid monopotassium salt
- Potassium bitartrate
- Potassium hydrogen Tartrate
Product conform to main pharmacopeia (Ph Eur, USP, NF, JP…) food codex (Reg. 2012/231/EC,FCC,JFAS….) and international enological codex.
Forms and presentations
Cream of Tartar is marketed in fine powder form (65-70% of passing at 71m) of which the bulk density is near to 1.
- Treatment of wines
- Biscuit Industry – Bakery – Confectionery
- Pharmaceutical Industry
- Tooth paste
- Treatment of metals – Wire drawing
- Clock and watch making
Multiply paper bags lined with polyethylene of 25 kgs net.
Storage – Stability
Cream of Tartar must be kept in an airtight packing and stocked in a dry place, away from humidity and in normal conditions of temperature. It is a stable compound which does not alter with time if those conditions are respected. An use by date is although given according to the regulation, it is 5 years.