Sterling gelatins are available in 25 kg and
50 kg woven polypropylene sacks, or 25kg and 50 kg multiply paper sacks,
all containing a polythene liner. Larger pack sizes are available on
Gelatins should be stored in the sealed
containers in cold dry conditions away from odoriferous materials. Once
opened, the container can be resealed without detriment to the contents.
Under such conditions, gelatins are generally considered to be stable
almost indefinitely, although there is some evidence that they may show
a slight reduction (of less than 1% per year) in Bloom gel strength on
extended storage. Recommended storage life is a maximum of five years,
after which the gelatin should be retested for Bloom.
Complementary to the production of gelatins
we also produce Dicalcium Phosphate that finds application in the cattle
feed and fertilizer