Sugar Processing Enzymes | Enzymes For Sugar Industry
Looking for sugar processing enzymes? Ultreze Enzymes provide Enzymes For Sugar Industry. Ultreze Enzyme’s innovative and comprehensive biomanufacturing process is uniquely engineered for a granulated production of raw sugar from cane and beet.
We develop the best dextranase and amylase to use in the raw processing of materials containing starch and dextrans. Our enzymes boost the sugar yield and heighten the quality of sugar crystals. The sugar produced is more sustainable which significantly reduces production expense for manufacturers.
We liquefy 45-50% dry matter in the starch suspension is gelatinised by increasing the temperature at a steam level and adding our manufactured enzymes. Through hydrolyzation of enzymes, the starch matter is converted into maltodextrin. Maltodextrin comprises oligosaccharides and dextrins which is processed further through a process called Saccharification. The starch is hydrolyzed completely into glucose by adding glucoamylase enzymes. Enzymes like Xylanase and dextranas are added to lessen viscidity in the hydrolyzation process.
Ultreze enzymes unique and comprehensive mechanism of sugar processing helps businesses to make more sustainable products without impairing the quality. We manufacture and supply the best high-temperature Alpha Amlayse and Dextranas for sugar processing industries at an unmatched price across Gujarat and India.
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Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)
Sugar processing enzymes are specialized proteins that play a crucial role in the production of various types of sugar. These enzymes are derived from natural sources such as plants, microorganisms, or through genetic engineering. They act as catalysts, accelerating chemical reactions in the sugar processing industry. Sugar processing enzymes work by breaking down complex carbohydrates, such as starch, into simpler forms like glucose and fructose. This breakdown process enhances the efficiency of sugar production and refining.
The key enzyme in sugar production is amylase. Amylase plays a critical role by breaking down complex starch molecules into simpler sugars like glucose, maltose, and maltotriose. This enzymatic process enables efficient extraction of sugar during the production process, making amylase an essential enzyme in the sugar industry.
Yes, sugar processing enzymes are safe for consumption. Before being approved for use in the food industry, these enzymes undergo rigorous testing and evaluation to ensure their safety. Regulatory agencies, such as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), assess the safety of these enzymes based on various factors, including their origin, purity, and potential allergenicity. Additionally, the enzymes used in sugar processing are typically present in minimal amounts in the final sugar products, posing no significant risk to human health.