Does the industrial-grade Sodium Hexametaphosphate are toxic?

Sodium HexametaPhosphate SHMP
Industrial-grade Sodium Hexametaphosphate is a substance widely used in fine phosphorus chemical products, crystallizing white powder, or colorless transparent glass-like or block-shaped solids. It is well dissolved in water, but insoluble in organic solvents. Its aqueous solution is alkaline and has strong hygroscopicity. It will gradually absorb water and form adhesive substances in the air. Sodium hexametaphosphate can generate soluble complexes with metal ions such as calcium and magnesium, so the application scope of the industry is very wide.
 
Sodium hexametaphosphate is very widely used. Not only is it used in drinks, but also exists in many foods. Food-grade Sodium Hexametaphosphat is a common food additive. However, it must be emphasized that adding Sodium Hexametaphosphate to drinks and foods must strictly follow the standards of food grade, and manufacturers that produce food-grade Sodium Hexametaphosphate must also have relevant qualifications.
 
The industrial-grade Sodium Hexametaphosphate in the detergent belongs to ordinary chemical raw materials and is mainly used for laundry. As long as it is used reasonably and scientifically, normal human contact is harmless.
 
The industrial-grade SODIUM Hexametaphosphat produced by the GOWAY chemical industry is produced with authentic authentic phosphoric acid, with less impurities and stable quality. It is widely used in additives in important areas such as water treatment, detergent aids, mineral selection industries, fl local, refractory materials, and ceramics.

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