Liquefaction

Quick, quality, and cost-effective processing.

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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

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High fructose syrup
 
Doing liquefaction at pH 4.5-4.8 allows you to cut your pH chemical use by more than 50%.
  • Cut pH chemical use by more than 50%
  • Cut energy and water use by 7%
Crystalline dextrose
 
Boosting dextrose levels an extra 0.2% points drives higher crystallization yields.
  • Cut energy and water use by 7%
  • Cut pH chemical use by more than 50%
Fermentation products
 
Boosting dextrose levels an extra 0.2% and less yeast stress leads to higher fermentation yields. 
  • Drive higher fermentation yields
  • Cut pH chemical use by more than 50%
 

double-lines-videoicon Novozymes LpHera® - low pH liquefaction is here!

 
No matter where you are in the world, we have technical service people ready to give you the best support. Only by working with Novozymes can you plug into a unique, multidisciplinary network of expertise, comprising 50 years of industrial enzyme knowledge from 30 industries and 130 countries. Novozymes is proud to deploy this knowledge anytime to help you reach your goals.
 
“Novozymes was very professional throughout our trial. They always delivered the support and product we needed to keep the trial going. It was a collaborative process and we worked very well together."
 
Bert Vanhoutte,
Process Engineer, Tereos Syral
 
Fill out the contact form, and start your pre-trial process today!