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Liquisolf

Aqueous solution of potassium metabisulfite.
Liquisolf is an aqueous solution of potassium metabisulfite, a compound that performs several functions in the wine industry. Here are some of the main functions and uses of Liquisolf:

  • Coagulation and clarification: Liquisolf is used for coagulation during the clarification stage of musts and wines. It helps to clump unwanted suspended particles, facilitating their removal and thus contributing to wine clarity.
  • Solubilization of polyphenols: the potassium metabisulfite present in Liquisolf has the ability to solubilize polyphenols present in wine. This can help improve the stability of polyphenols and preserve the color and aroma of wine.
  • Antiseptic action: Liquisolf has antiseptic properties that help prevent the growth of undesirable microorganisms in wine. This antiseptic action is particularly useful during winemaking to prevent the occurrence of unwanted fermentations.
  • Acidifying function: potassium metabisulfite can help lower the pH of wine, if necessary. This can be useful in keeping wine in optimal microbiological and storage conditions.
  • Antioxidant action: Liquisulf also plays an important role as an antioxidant agent. The addition of potassium metabisulfite during winemaking or bottling helps protect wine from oxidation and preserve its fresh flavor and aroma over time.

Potassium metabisulfite E224: 282 g/l solution
SO2: 150 g/l solution
Density: 1.200
Boron and derivatives: absent

Add Liquisolf in varying doses as needed.
Warning: 1 liter of Liquisolf solution liberates 150 g/l of SO2.

Disperse Liquisolf directly into the mass to be treated, including by means of metering pumps.

1 kg bottle, 12 and 25 kg canister, 1100 kg GIR.
Store in a cool, dry and ventilated place.
Do not store the product in metal containers.

Liquisolf is an aqueous solution of potassium metabisulfite, a compound that performs several functions in the wine industry. Here are some of the main functions and uses of Liquisolf:

  • Coagulation and clarification: Liquisolf is used for coagulation during the clarification stage of musts and wines. It helps to clump unwanted suspended particles, facilitating their removal and thus contributing to wine clarity.
  • Solubilization of polyphenols: the potassium metabisulfite present in Liquisolf has the ability to solubilize polyphenols present in wine. This can help improve the stability of polyphenols and preserve the color and aroma of wine.
  • Antiseptic action: Liquisolf has antiseptic properties that help prevent the growth of undesirable microorganisms in wine. This antiseptic action is particularly useful during winemaking to prevent the occurrence of unwanted fermentations.
  • Acidifying function: potassium metabisulfite can help lower the pH of wine, if necessary. This can be useful in keeping wine in optimal microbiological and storage conditions.
  • Antioxidant action: Liquisulf also plays an important role as an antioxidant agent. The addition of potassium metabisulfite during winemaking or bottling helps protect wine from oxidation and preserve its fresh flavor and aroma over time.

Potassium metabisulfite E224: 282 g/l solution
SO2: 150 g/l solution
Density: 1.200
Boron and derivatives: absent

Add Liquisolf in varying doses as needed.
Warning: 1 liter of Liquisolf solution liberates 150 g/l of SO2.

Disperse Liquisolf directly into the mass to be treated, including by means of metering pumps.

1 kg bottle, 12 and 25 kg canister, 1100 kg GIR.
Store in a cool, dry and ventilated place.
Do not store the product in metal containers.

Alternatively, use:

to get a starting must free of pesticide residues

for full antioxidant activity as early as grape reception

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