Quick, quality, and cost-effective processing.
In the liquefaction process, alpha-amylases are widely used to convert starch into dextrins and small amounts of oligosaccharides. Whether the end product is high fructose syrup, dextrose, maltose, maltodextrin, or polyols, the process begins with a robust alpha-amylase solution.
LpHera® – drawing a better line from liquefaction to your lowest total cost of conversion
High fructose syrup
Doing liquefaction at pH 4.5-4.8 allows you to cut your pH chemical use by more than 50%.
Boosting dextrose levels an extra 0.2% points drives higher crystallization yields.
Boosting dextrose levels an extra 0.2% and less yeast stress leads to higher fermentation yields.
Novozymes LpHera® - low pH liquefaction is here!
Process Engineer, Tereos Syral