Potassium bicarbonate 99+% Foodgrade

  • Buy 2 for €8,18 each and save 5%
  • Buy 5 for €7,32 each and save 15%
1 Kg
€8,61 Excl. tax
€10,42 Incl. tax
Variant1 Kg
Article codeKHCO3.1
Delivery1-3 days
2.5 Kg
€18,38 Excl. tax
€22,24 Incl. tax
Variant2.5 Kg
Article codeKHCO3.2
Delivery1-3 days
10 Kg
€53,03 Excl. tax
€64,17 Incl. tax
Variant10 Kg
Article codeKHCO3.3
Delivery1-3 days
25 Kg
€120,46 Excl. tax
€145,76 Incl. tax
Variant25 Kg
Article codeKHCO3.4
Delivery1 werkdag
Ordered before counting..., delivered tomorrow
All in cart
  • Buy 2 and save 5%
  • Buy 5 and save 15%
Product information
Technical specifications

Buy potassium bicarbonate

Are you looking for Potassium Bicarbonate? This substance is a potassium salt of dihydrogen carbonate and is also referred to as KHCO3. Potassium bicarbonate is prepared by dissolving potassium carbonate in water. Carbon dioxide is also added to this. The product of this is potassium bicarbonate and can exist as a white powder or crystalline solid. Potassium bicarbonate is used for various applications. One of these applications is as a food additive. Potassium bicarbonate can be recognized as E number E501.

The use of potassium bicarbonate

Potassium bicarbonate is used in various applications. One of those applications is as a food additive. It serves as an acidity regulator, stabilizer or as a leavening agent. As an acidity regulator, potassium bicarbonate can deacidify wines and beers. The use as a stabilizer is mainly for cocoa products. Water vapor and carbon dioxide are released when heating potassium bicarbonate. These substances make the baking dough rise.

Since May 2008, potassium bicarbonate may also be used in agriculture and horticulture to protect crops. In the Netherlands, potassium bicarbonate may be used as an insecticide to combat pear leaf flea and as a fungicide to combat scab on apples, mildew and fruit rot in wine grapes. Mildew control is permitted for the following crops; strawberries, berries, blackberries, raspberries and roses. Finally, potassium bicarbonate is also used in extinguishing powders, because it has a large extinguishing power. Potassium bicarbonate is suitable for fighting fires of fire class B or C.

Specifications of potassium bicarbonate

Potassium bicarbonate is also shown as KHCO3, since that is the chemical name. It has a density of 2.17 g / cm3 and melts at 100 degrees Celsius. Other specifications are:

  • Molar mass: 100.11 g / mol
  • Solubility: 333 g / l (H2O 20 degrees Celsius)
  • E number = E501
  • CAS No. [298-14-6]
  • EC No. 206-059-0

Other names for potassium bicarbonate are; potassium hydrogen carbonate or acidic potassium carbonate.

Buy inexpensive potassium bicarbonate at Laboratory Discounter

You can easily buy potassium bicarbonate from Laboratoriumdiscounter. With us you order our own private label, which is affordable, of good quality and meets the right requirements. You order 1 kg or else you indicate that you want more than 1 item. Then place it in the shopping cart. The more kg you order, the higher the discount. We use a volume discount on potassium bicarbonate. We consider it unnecessary to have to pay too much for chemicals. Order now and we will have it delivered within 1 to 2 working days!




MSDS Kaliumbicarbonaat (NL)
MSDS Kaliumbicarbonat (DE)
MSDS Potassium bicarbonate (EN)
MSDS Bicarbonate de potassium (FR)
MSDS Bicarbonato de potasio (ES)

MSDS Bicarbonato di potassio (IT)