Starch And Distillation Enzymes

Starch is composed of long chains of glucose molecules and these have to be broken down into smaller molecules, which is transformed into alcohol by yeast. Enzymes can carry out this process in two stages-liquefaction and saccharification.

Starch liquefaction takes place at high temperature, wherein the temperature is raised to more than 1000C. High temperature and pH stable enzyme of Lumis aids the starch liquefaction process by hydrolyzing alpha-D-1,4, glucosidic bonds to produce soluble dextrins.
Typical application includes mash liquefaction in distilleries and breaking starch in other food products. We also offer customized enzyme combination for specific substrate requirements.

 

 
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