I've not seen any, but ask "why?" - the stuff is nasty smelling. I'd rather use iodine or even bleach.
Peracetic acid is superior to other disinfectants.
Yes, liquid peracetic acid has offensive odor - strong acetic acid smell.
Powdered peracetic acid is ideal.
Powdered peracetic acid:
Practically no odor
Broad spectrum of antimicrobial activity – effective bactericide, fungicide, and sporicide
Rapid on-contact efficacy under a wide range of conditions
Low corrosiveness on stainless steel
Removes mineral deposits !!! (unlike bleach or iodine)
Removes biofilm and organic deposits !!! (unlike bleach, iodine or StarSan)
Decomposes rapidly to water, acetic acid and oxygen
Environmentally friendly, (unlike bleach and iodine).
Used in food processing, beverage, medical, pharmaceutical, textile, pulp and paper
Rapidly gaining popularity as a sanitizing agent in the beer & wine industry
One US source I have found:http://www.brewcitysolutions.com/product/san-o2-gard-peroxyacetic-acid-sanitizer/
Five gallon pail for $140.
Little pricey, but then again would probably last me a lifetime of brewing.