Alpha Amylase (Pulpozyme-HTAA)
In order to decrease viscosity, surface sizing, and for starch in coatings, amylases are utilized to break down starch molecules.
Xylanase enzyme breakdown the bond between lignin and hemi-cellulose and thus remove xylan Contains. Because the bonds between lignin and hemicellulose have been disrupted, lignin can be easily removed. Reduced xylan concentration improves the bleachability of the fiber by increasing its permeability. The quantity of chemicals needed for bleaching is decreased by xylanases.
Cellulase plays an ideal role in manufacturing of good-quality paper and pulp. It’s used to debark the biomass and to remove lingo cellulosic part. Pulpozyme-CELL also has application in recycling of used paper by deinking and biobleaching. it enhances freeness and drainage ability of the fibers without compromising the brightness of the fibers.
This pitch is eliminated with the aid of lipase. This lessens any future problems that the pitch might create. The Lipase enzyme can readily remove the pitch that gets dumped in the paper machine.