Technical Grade Saccharification Enzyme Powder For Ethanol
(Halal and Kosher Certified)
GA-1500 is designed to ensure the following benefits:
Increased fermentation rate
Increased ethanol yields
Efficient starch/dextrin degradation
Less residual starch in distiller’s grains
Improved performance in pre-saccharification processes
EC 22.214.171.124, 1,4-alpha-D-glucan glucohydrolase
|Activity:||150,000 U/g (minimum)|
|Moisture:||8% ( maximumu)|
PH AND TEMPERATURE PROFILE
Effective pH range for GA-1500 is 3.0 to 5.5.
For maximum activity, the optimal pH is 3.5 to 4.5.
Effective temperature range for GA-1500 is 30 to 65°C.
The optimal temperature range is 55 to 60°C.
GA-1500 is used to saccharify liquified mash from various sources
including corn, milo, barley, wheat, rice, potatoes and tapioca.
The resultant glucose product is fermented by yeast or another
appropriate microorganism to yield ethanol.
- For ground-grain processing plants using simultaneous
saccharification fermentation (SSF), GA-1500 may be added directly
to the fermenter.
- For ground-grain dry mill plants and for wet mill plants using a
separate pre-saccharification step prior to fermentation, GA-1500
may be added to the cooling mash or liquefied starch when the
temperature reaches 55 to 60°C. Temperatures above 65°C can result
in loss of activity.
- GA-1500 should be dissolved in 25～30°C warm water at a recommended
ratio of 1:10 (enzyme: water) prior to use it.
- GA-1500 is generally added at a level of 0.7 to 0.9kg/TDS. The
actual enzyme requirement is dependent on the raw materials,
temperature, reaction time, and pH of the individual plant
saccharification/fermentation process, and its desired result.
- GA-1500 is packaged in 25kg cardboard drums or kraft paper bags.
Customized packaging is available upon request.
STORAGE AND SHELF-LIFE
- Typical shelf-life for GA-1500 is six months provided it is stored
below 25°C in its original packaging, sealed and unopened,
protected from the sunlight.
- Its shelf-life will be eighteen months if it is stored properly at
- Prolonged storage and/or adverse conditions such as higher
temperatures may lead to a higher dosage requirement and should be