Industry enzyme

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Activity Definition

One Medium Temperature α-Amylase activity unit (U) is defined as the amount of enzyme which liquefies 1g soluble starch in 1 h at 60℃ and pH6.0.


1.Randomly hydrolyze the interior alpha-1, 4-glucosidic linkage of starch, yielding soluble dextrins and oligosaccharides.

2.Reduce the viscosity of gelatinous starch solutions.

3.Prolonged hydrolysis with the enzyme results in the formation of small quantity of glucose and maltose.



Light yellow powder     

Enzyme Activity

3,000 ~10,000 U/g


As different water quality, stuff contains and textile types, the production process shall be determined by

the experiment dosage as well as conditions so as to satisfy the techniques and applications of customers.

For thick and heavy textile, it is advice that adds non-ionic penetrant at 0.5g/L and squeezes the water out

before impregnating. Add destarch enzyme in to distributor or machine after pH adjustment.

The enzyme dosage is usually 0.5-3g/L and the dosage can be reduced properly for light and thin textile;

Better effectiveness can be achieved if used together with penetrant.

Shelf Life & Storage

25℃, 12 months, enzyme activity remain≥90%.

Store in a dry and cool place, avoid toxic and hazardous materials. Seal up bag after each use.


25 kg/bag, or as request.

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