Glucoamylase enzyme for beer brewing industry ENZYMES.BIO GA-01L
Glucoamylase （Glucan 1,4-α-glucosidase） is made from Aspergillus niger Produced by submerged fermentation, separation and extraction technology. This product can be used in the industry of alcohol, distillate spirits, beer brewing, organic acid, sugar and the glycation of antibiotic industrial material.
DEFINITION OF UNIT
1 unit of Glucoamylase equals to the amount of enzyme which hydrolyzes soluble starch to get 1mg glucose at 40℃ and pH4.6 in 1h.
|Declared Activity||150000 u/g|
|Production Organism||Aspergillus niger|
|Color||Brown ,Color can vary from batch to batch. Color intensity is not an indication of enzyme activity|
|Odour||Normal microbial fermentation odour.|
|ITEMS||Lower Limit||Upper Limit|
|Total viable count||50,000 CFU/g|
|Coliform Bacteria||30 CFU/g|
|Escherichia coli||10 CFU/g 3 MPN/g|
• Maximizes conversion of starch substrates to fermentable sugars • Produces highly attenuated beers in a cost-effective manner • Maintain consistent fermentability, regardless of varying raw material qualities
The recommended dosage is 0.4-1.0L of the enzyme preparation per ton of total raw materials, added at mashing-in. However, the optimal dosage depends on the specific process parameters and should be determined by testing different dosages at the brewery.
PACKAGE DAN STORAGE
|Best Before||When stored as recommended, the product is best used within 12 months from date of delivery.|
|Storage Conditions||This product should be stored in a cool and dry place in sealed container, avoiding insolation, high temperature and damp. The product has been formulated for optimal stability. Extended storage or adverse conditions such as higher temperature or higher humidity may lead to a higher dosage requirement.|
Enzyme preparations are proteins, which may induce sensitization and cause allergic type reactions in sensitized individuals. Prolonged contact may cause minor irritation for skin, eyes or nasal mucosa, so any direct contiguity with human body should be avoided. If irritation or allergic response for skin or eyes develops, consult a doctor.