High temperature amylase is an endo-starch hydrolase extracted from selected Bacillus licheniformis deep fermentation culture, followed by microfiltration, ultrafiltration, and vacuum freeze-drying technology. It has excellent heat resistance and can be widely used in starch sugar, alcohol, beer, monosodium glutamate, brewing, textile desizing and other industries.
High temperature amylase can rapidly hydrolyze α-1,4 glucoside inside the aqueous solution of colloidal starch, straight chain starch and branched chain starch at high temperature to produce soluble dextrin and few maltose and glucose, which is suitable for starch pasting under high temperature environment
Soluble in water, the aqueous solution is rice soup colored liquid.
Product name: High temperature α-amylase
Main components: high temperature α-amylase, maltodextrin Product specification: 100,000 U/g (can be customized) Product properties: white or brownish yellow powder Storage: dry at room temperature and protected from light Shelf life: 12 months
High temperature amylase can adapt to higher reaction temperature, suitable for pH weak acid conditions, mainly used in the glycation of starch, through the decomposition of the glycosidic bond in starch, the production of soluble dextrin
High temperature resistant amylase is used to replace malt for beer auxiliary liquefaction. Compared with the traditional malt dextrin method, enzymatic dextrin is easy to produce and operate, with good liquefaction effect and reasonable wort composition, so that the physical and chemical indexes and taste of beer can be improved.
In the process of weaving, fibers need to be sized to increase the fastness. When dyeing, bleaching and printing, the sizing needs to be removed. The use of amylase can rapidly change the starch sizing into dextrin, and the liquefied soluble dextrin can be washed with water.