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Stellarsan Sanitizer 500ml

High foam "no rinse" phosphoric acid based sanitiser. Similar to Starsan. Makes 330lt. Reuse sanitise solution if under 3.5ph.
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Total: $ 19.99
Stellarsan Front Label
StellarSan No Rinse Sanitizer Safety Instructions
WARNING POISON / CORROSIVE
KEEP OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN

StellarSan Sanitizer is a phosphoric acid blend sanitiser suitable for home brewing. It is well suited to any sanitising application where fermentation is used. It does not contain dangerous Sulphites.

It has a high foaming action much like standard detergents but instead it is a sanitiser. "Don't fear the foam!" so if mixed to the no rinse ratio you can use your fermenter or even bottle straight away.

*Mixed at 1.5ml to the litre it is a No Rinse Sanitiser*

The other fantastic point about this sanitiser is that a 500ml bottle will make over 330 litres of sanitiser. That's over 40 times that of other no rinse cleaners. 

This is a reusable product as well. If you use Ph strip testing and your used sanitiser solution Ph is under 3.0 then you can reuse it to further economise.  

*Use the correct chemical for the correct job.*

Store StellarSan away from other chemicals.  Do not mix StellarSan with other cleaning agents. Do not allow to come in contact with Chlorine based agents.

Contents: 500ml

When mixed correctly with water makes: 330lt approx. 

Ingredients
Phosphoric Acid …………………………………………......…..50%
Dodecylbenzene Sulfonic Acid ………..….................…....…..15%
Inert Ingredients ……………………………………………....….35%

If you would like to download its MSDS data click the provided link. MSDS Data .

READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS AND FIRST AID PROCEDURES BEFORE USE

NB. Please do not be complacent with chemicals. Follow all safety guidelines and use safety equipment as advised. Do not use with: copper, brass or aluminium components or porous materials.

Warning this chemical is corrosive. It will burn or irritate skin  and injure eyes. It may cause serious injury or poisoning if swallowed. When handling neat or undiluted the following minimum safety practices are required.

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