Name: Diammonium phosphate
Synonyms: Ammonium (2) ammonium hydroxydotriophosphate (2), ammonium hydrogen (tetraoxyphosphate), diammonium hydrogenorthophosphate
Chemical formula: (NH4) 2HPO4
Diammonium phosphate is a highly effective medium for yeast, brewing and distilling yeast, which allows yeast cultures to grow efficiently and properly.
The composition of diammonium phosphate is based on natural compounds of mineral salts being an indispensable element for the proper development of yeast and an irreplaceable source of potassium and nitrogen.
Diammonium phosphate accelerates yeast production efficiency and shortens mash fermentation time.
Irreplaceable in the production of: home beer, wine, meads and stronger distillates.
Instructions for use:
Dammonium phosphate in a volume ratio of 1:10 in water, must or wine.
Mix thoroughly, which will facilitate better connection with the solution and more even distribution in the setting.
The medium should be added 20 minutes before yeast to the setting.
10g per 25 liters of setting.