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ArroChem’s TKPP 60% is a high-purity, concentrated solution of Tetrapotassium Pyrophosphate. It is a versatile chemical compound with various industrial applications, known for its excellent solubility and chelating properties. TKPP 60% is widely used as a sequestering agent, dispersant, and buffering agent in numerous formulations and processes.

General Characteristics:


Ionic Nature:  

Solubility in Water, 25°C: 

pH, 1% Solution:

Specific Gravity:  

Clear, colorless to pale yellow liquid



Alkaline (pH ~ 11-12 in a 1% solution)

~1.70 g/cm³ at 20°C (68°F)


TKPP 60% is widely used in various industries due to its versatile properties. Key applications include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Detergents and Cleaners: Used as a chelating and sequestering agent in household and industrial cleaning formulations.
  • Water Treatment: Employed in water treatment formulations as a dispersant and scale inhibitor.
  • Emulsifiers: Found in emulsion paints and coatings to improve stability and dispersion.
  • Food Additive: Used as a food additive in certain processed foods as an emulsifier and buffering agent.
  • Industrial Cleaning: Applied in industrial cleaning agents to enhance solvency and dispersing properties.



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