Glucoamyl L-561 is a purified native glucoamylase that functions by the hydrolysis of terminal 1, 4 linked alpha-D-glucose residues from non-reducing ends of polysaccharide chains with release of beta-D-glucose. Its application is to yield monomeric glucose molecules that can be fermented by yeast into biofuels of interest such as ethanol.
Glucoamyl L-561 is used to saccharify liquefied mashes of whole ground corn. The resultant glucose is fermented by yeast to produce ethanol. Glucoamyl L-561 has a broad operating range for enhanced process flexibility, and performs well within the temperature, and pH ranges typical in whole ground corn batch fermentations. In high gravity fermentations, performance can be further enhanced by the addition of SZM XT-20+ Fungal Alpha Amylase and/or SZM AP-1 Acid Protease.
Glucoamyl L-561 should be dosed at 0.044–0.059% weight enzyme/weight as is corn. The actual dose required will depend upon the conditions of your fermentation: time, initial pH and the level of solids.
This product is not a GMO. The enzyme product is manufactured by fermentation of microorganisms that are not present in the final product. The production organisms and the enzyme effectiveness are improved by means of modern technology.
Glucoamyl L-561 is available in totes or bulk tankers.
Glucoamyl L-561 will meet the declared activity upon arrival at your plant. Glucoamyl L-561 can be safely stored in sealed containers. Enzymes should be stored below 77°F (25°C) and sheltered from direct sunlight for maximum stability.
The enzymatic activity of Glucoamyl L-561 remains at ≥ 95% for six months when stored at 77°F (25°C). The recommended dosage may need to be increased if stored for longer than six months.
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