Sodium Saccharin (CAS 128-44-9) is a white, odorless and intensly sweet crystalline powder. It is primarily an artificial sweetener and approximately 300 times as sweet as sucrose (regular sugar). Sodium saccharin is most commonly used as a food additives to sweeten products such as candies, vitamins, salad dressings, gum, table sweeteners, jam, canned fruit, drinks, medicines, toothpaste etc. It is also used in the pharmaceutical, cosmetic, and electroplating industries as a nickel plating brightener.
Sodium saccharin is stable when heated, even in the presence of acids. Sodium saccharin has excellent storage characteristics with a long shelf life of approximately 3-4 years and does not react chemically with other food ingredients.
|Appearance||White crystals or a white crystalline powder|
|PH||Complies with BP/USP/EP|
|Color of Solution||≤B9|
|Loss on Drying||≤15%|
|Mesh size (mesh)||4-6 / 5-8 / 8-12 / 10-20 / 20-40 / 40-80|
Food Industry: general cold drink, drink, jelly, ice lolly, pickles, candied fruit, pastries, cool fruit, protein, sugar, etc
Feed additive: pig feed, sweet agent, etc
Daily chemical industry: toothpaste, mouthwash, eye drops, etc
Electroplating industry: electroplating saccharin sodium is mainly used in electroplating nickel, is used as a brightener. Add a small amount of saccharin sodium, can improve the brightness and softness of plating nickel. General usage with 0.1-0.3 grams per liter potion
25kgs/bag: 20-24 tons per FCL without pallet; 20 tons with pallet.
25kgs/carton: 20 tons per FCL without pallet.
25kgs/drum: 17.5 tons per FCL without pallet.
45kgs/drum: 16.2 tons per FCL without pallet.
50kgs/drum: 16.2 tons per FCL with out pallet.