Enzymes are being used in a wide range of processes in food and beverage industries. The property of enzymes to work in mild process conditions and higher health benefits are being explored in the food industry.
The enzymes are Eco-friendly alternative to harsh chemicals used in beverage industry.
The wide range of enzymes can be used in following food processes.
Is a propriety blend of enzymes and is produced by its solid-state fermentation. Fermentation Booster that finds application in the manufacture of starch & alcohol industry.
Ferm Zyme-PR a synergistic blend of Enzymes, microbial and Bio-nutrients. Molasses contains starch (carbohydrate), which can’t be extracted economically at the sugar plant. Starch contains the major share of un-fermentable sugar. UFS can be hydrolyzed by different kind of amylases. Starch itself is nothing but a long chain of individual glucose molecules, which must be broken apart or hydrolyzed with enzymes. Molasses can be hydrolyzed by enzymes and converted into simple sugar, which yeast can take further for alcohol conversion.
It is a specialized blend of enzymes for the Molasses storage tank. Molasses has sugar content around 40- 50% and, with a Brix above 80-85, it should not deteriorate during storage. However, it is not uncommon to observe reduction in sugar content during storage this deterioration is accelerated which changes the colour and smell of molasses. There is a rapid reduction in sugars and a rise in acidity. Microscopic observation revealed that the microbial population was very high, and further microbial evaluation confirmed the growth of several bacteria such as mesophillic, slime forming, lactobacilli, wild yeast, molds and thermophilic spores, apart from the microbial contamination.
Liquefaction is the first process in the distillation of grains. First, the starch-containing grain flour is mixed with water and then heated. This breaks down the starch molecules into shorter oligosaccharide molecules. These molecules can be further treated enzymatically to make glucose, which in turn is converted to alcohol by yeast.
Our LIQ-PR is a highly efficient liquefaction solution. Additionally, it brings benefits beyond just liquefaction, primarily improving downstream processing.
- Increased alcohol yields.
- Effective in low dosage.
- Savings in chemicals, energy, and water.
- Enables a reduction in amylase use
- Increases operational flexibility.
- Effective liquefaction at wide pH range.
- Eliminate split dosing of enzyme.
Saccharifacation is the hydrolysis of oligosaccharides into smaller more soluble sugars. Saccharification enzymes degrade gelatinized starch and other oligosaccharides into fermentable sugars.
Our SAC-PR effectively converts starch into glucose while simultaneously reducing costs and delivering dependable quality.
- High alcohol levels.
- Guaranteed saccharification with varying raw materials and conditions.
- Improved yields.
- Cost-efficiency and raw-material savings.
Dex- PR which hydrolyzes Alpha-1,6 glucosidic linkage of dextran. It is produced by chaetomium sp. Dextran is a polysaccharide which is composed of alpha-1,6 linkage glucose unit. This polysaccharide is produced by some microorganisms such as Leuconostoc mesenteroides. When harvesting sugar cane is damaged climatically or mechanically and such microorganisms will attach the damaged portion, the microorganisms will assimilate the cane sugar and produce viscous dextran.
- Competent degradation of dextrin.
- Reduction in final molasses purity and molasses to sugar cane ratio.
- Improved in clarity of juice clarifier.
- Improvement in filterability.
- Improves clarification and crystallization of sucrose.
- Reduces over all viscosity and ensures improved pan boiling.
- Increased sugar quality and process efficiency.
- A guarantee that production process will always run smoothly and efficiently
HTAA-PR is an endo-amylase, catalyzes the release of successive glucose units from non-reducing ends of dextrin and oligosaccharide chains by hydrolyzing both linear and branched glucosidic linkages. It contains extracellular enzyme produced by controlled fermentation of a selected strain of Aspergillus niger. HTAA-PR is an endo-amylase that hydrolysis the alpha-1, 4-glucosidic bonds in amylose and amylopectin. It is used for glucose production from Saccharified starch. It is important to understand that starch is actually a complex sugar. Each starch molecule is long chain of up to a thousand glucose molecules bonded either in a straight line or branching like the leafless arm of tree. HTAA-PR is used to attack the tree at different points. It attacks the branch point and reduces the tree into individual segments that is individual glucose molecules.
- Prolonged use is seen to improve in ICUMSA.
- Competent degradation of starch into dextran and glucose.
- Elevated sugar yields.
- Reduced risk of infection due to high temperature and low operating PH.
- Reduced color formation leads to lowering refining needs reducing overall process costs.
- Improved crystallization and evaporation efficiency.
- Reduced starch losses.
- Low treatment costs and dosages.
- Increased sugar quality.
- A guarantee that production process will always run smoothly and efficiently.
Biocides currently used in industrial fuel alcoholic fermentation usually effective against growth of bacterial contaminants, but could affect yeast at similar concentration.
Bacterial contamination is a major problem affecting the efficient Fermentation of sugar or starchy Raw materials in the production of alcohol. According to experts, more than 500 different bacteria have been isolated and identified to be present at different stages of the alcohol production process.
It attacks the harmful microorganisms by bursting their cell wall. The specific blend of components in Alfa-Biocide will denature the proteins present in bacterial cell wall and thus destroy it.
- Decreases TVA by 30-40%
- Reduction in high foaming and scum formation
- Reduction in microbial contamination
- Increase in alcohol yield
- Increased Biochemical activity of yeast
- Increased pH
- Reduction in total volatile acidity
- No negative effect on effluent treatment
- No negative effect on quality of alcohol
- Fermentation Efficiency Increases
HIGH ALC DY- PR
Yeast is used in beverage alcohol fermentations to convert sugar in to ethanol. Prions has a specially selected strain of Saccharomyces Crevice designed for Molasses distillers use in fermentations for ethanol. This proprietary yeast produces low levels of fermentation by-products and is suitable for all types of beverage alcohol. It can sustain high temperatures and high alcohol concentrations while improving productivity and efficiency by producing more alcohol in less time.
- Improved yields.
- Increased alcohol levels.
- High temperature tolerant.
FOAM BAN-PR (Non Silicon Based Defoamer)
Prions offers a proprietary blend of highly concentrated non silicon based defoamer to Distilleries.
Brucine Sulphate, Denatonium Saccharide and Crotonaldehyde
Brucine sulfate, Denatonium saccharide and crotonaldehyde is mainly used for Alcohol Denature.
Samples, Trial protocol, COA and Data sheets are available upon request.