SAC-PR is an extracellular, amyloglucosidase enzyme derived from a selected strain of
fungal origin. This enzyme is an exo -enzyme that hydrolyzes linear 1, 4 alpha D-glucan
linkages and branched 1, 6 alpha D-glucan linkages from the non-reducing ends of
liquefied starch and releases glucose units. SAC-PR is essentially free of
transglucosidase and converts liquefied starch to glucose.
SAC-PR is an amber liquid with a Specific Gravity of 1.14 and is completely miscible
with water. SAC-PR complies with FAO/WHO, GRAS, and FCC III recommended specifications
for Food Grade enzymes.
Dosage:0.4-0.6 kg/ton of dry starch
Appearance: Brown liquid | pH: 3.8-4.5 | Specific Gravity:1.14
SAC-PR is used in the alcohol industry either in the saccharification tanks or in the fermentors when using a Simultaneous Saccharification and Fermentation process (SSF). This enzyme hydrolyzes the dextrin to fermentable sugars which are then converted to ethanol by the yeast.
SAC-PR is used in the starch/sweetener industry in saccharification tanks. This enzyme hydrolyzes the dextrin to glucose.
50 Ltr carbo packing.
- Efficient degradation of dextrins
- Higher Alcohol yield
- Low enzyme dosage
- Low treatment cost