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#CorneliusKeg post differences for the #JoonJuice project.
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#Passivating #stainless with citric acid | HomeBrewTalk.com - Beer, Wine, Mead, & Cider Br


Back to #CitricAcid : 5-10% solution will work. Heat and time are the other important variables. I don't know if you are asking how to make a solution with your citric crystals?? 10% solution = 10 grams/100 ml or 0.836 pounds/gallon 5% solution = 5 grams/100 ml or 0.418 pounds/gallon for passivation of #fermenters
&neo 2019-05-23  


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