Acid Protease Proteolytic Enzymes AP - 6000 For Leather 600000 U/G Powder
|Place of Origin:||Jiangsu,China|
|Certification:||Halal, Kosher ISO9001, ISO14001, ISO22000|
|Model Number:||Acid Protease AP-6000|
Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Minimum Order Quantity:||400kg|
|Packaging Details:||25kg kraft paper bags or cardboard drums|
|Delivery Time:||15-20 days|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, D/P, T/T|
|Supply Ability:||1000MT to 1500MT Per Year|
|Activity:||600,000U/g||Certified:||Both Halal And Kosher Certified|
|Appearance:||Light Brown Powder||Grade:||Technical Grade|
|Enzyme:||Protease||EC Number:||EC 126.96.36.199|
Acid Protease Proteolytic Enzymes,
Proteolytic Enzymes 600000 U/G Powder,
AP - 6000 Proteolytic Enzymes
Acid Protease AP-6000
High Concentration Powder Protease
Halal and Kosher Certified
Acid protease AP-6000 is produced by submerged fermentation, extraction and purification of Aspergillus Niger.It can catalyze the hydrolysis of animal and plant proteins under acidic conditions (pH 2.5-4.0).
AP-6000 is a kind of high concentration protease in powder form, which is widely used in food industry such as alcohol, fermented wine, beer and wine production.AP-6000 is also suitable for leather processing, wool dyeing and waste film recycling.This enzyme can be further processed into medical enzymes as anti-inflammatory agents, digestive supplements or protease reagents.
EFFECT OF PH, TEMPERATURE AND METAL IONS
APPLICATION AND BENEFITS
|Beer||Use of AP-600 in beer production can decrease the diacetyl content, thus shorten the brewing time.|
|Animal Feed||Use of AP-6000to hydrolyze proteins of animal feedstuff can help to maximize the utilization of feedstuff.|
|Leather Processing||AP-6000 Can be used to soften leather, enable easy dyeing, full hand-feel, improve leather and fur luster.|
STORAGE AND SHELF-LIFE
The typical shelf life is 12 months, provided that the product is stored in the original package of 0: 10 °C, sealed and not opened to avoid direct sunlight.
Disadvantages such as prolonged storage and / or higher temperatures may lead to higher dose requirements and should therefore be avoided.