Waste Water Treatment Enzymes
Multifect® AA 21L
Multifect® AA 21L is a starch hydrolyzing α-amylase with high heat and low pH stability. Multifect® AA 21L is derived from a
genetically modified strain of Bacillus licheniformis. The enzyme does not require additional calcium for operating under industrial liquefaction conditions. Multifect® AA 21L is an endo-amylase that randomly hydrolyzes α-1,4-glucosidic bonds to reduce the viscosity of gelatinized starch, producing soluble dextrins and oligosaccharides
Multifect® B enzyme is a cellulase/β-glucanase complex derived from a selected strain of Trichoderma reesei. Typical application areas for Multifect® B enzyme include raw material processing, viscosity reduction and fermentation
media hydrolysis with plant-derived cellulosic substrates. The Multifect® B enzyme is also effective in pulp and paper applications including fiber modification. The modification of fibers by the Multifect® B enzyme results in enhanced water
removal from paper pulp processing. If refining follows the treatment, increased fibrillation can be observed due to enhanced beatability/refining of the fibers.
Multifect® GC Extra
Multifect® GC Extra enzyme is a cellulase derived from a selected strain of Trichoderma reesei. Typical application areas for Multifect® GC Extra cellulase include fi lter cleaning, treatment of fermentation medias and treatment of cellulosic waste materials.
Optimase® CA 400L
OPTIMASE® CA 400L is a concentrated catalase derived from the submerged fermentation of a genetically modified strain of Aspergillus niger.
Typical application areas for OPTIMASE® CA 400L include the removal of hydrogen peroxide in pulp bleaching and sanitation applications
Protex ™ 89L enzyme is an endopeptidase derived from a genetically modified strain of Bacillus subtilis. Typical application areas for Protex™ 89L include protein processing, waste treatment and silver recovery from film material.