Uses: Potassium Sulphates uses include mineral salt, anti-caking agent for diluting colour powders in beer, biscuits, chewing gum, confectionary.
Large doses can cause severe gastrointestinal bleeding, use sparingly. May upset the body's water balance. The dust can cause temporary asthma or eye irritation.
Description: Potassium Sulphates are prepared from Potassium Chloride and Sulphuric Acid. They are chiefly used as fertilisers, having the common name of potash. It is mainly processed from the mineral arcanite.