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Enze Glucoamylase is obtained from Aspergillus niger. It hydrolyzes the 1,4-linkages in starch and also splits the branched 1,6-α-D-glucosidic linkages making it an effective enzyme in the processing of both amylopectin and amylose starches.
So it is an important industrial enzyme that is used by the manufacturers of high fructose corn syrup and ethanol. Glucoamylase is also widely used in many fermentation industries, which use glucose as medium components and applied in other industries hydrolyzing the starches and dextrin, such as production of alcohol, distilled spirit, yellow wine and beer, and in fermentation of antibiotics, organic acid, amino acids and vitamins.
Glucoamylase    50x103U/g
Glucoamylase    100x103U/g
Glucoamylase    150x103U/g
Glucoamylase    100x103U/ml
Glucoamylase    200x103U/ml
Activity:Enzyme activity(U/mL or U/g) is expressed in glucoamylase units, representing 1g enzyme powder or 1mL enzyme liquid which catalyses liberates 1 mg of glucose from 20g/L starch solution in 1 hour, at pH - 4.6, and at T - 40℃
Optimum temperature of action - 60℃
Optimum of pH of action – 4.0-4.5
The loss of enzyme activity is big during the temperature more than 65℃ and pH less than 2.5.
Recommended dose is as follows:
          100-300unit/g raw material w/w dry solids basis
Dosage optimization should be performed based on individual plant operating conditions.
Liquid preparation - in dry and well ventilated facilities in 4-8℃
Powder - in the original container, well closed, in dry and well-ventilated facilities, protected from direct sunlight.
Shelf life:
The product should be stored in a cool, dry place in a tightly sealed container. When properly stored, this product can be expected to lose less than 10% of its activity in twelve months for powdered form and six months for liquid preparation.
Liquid preparation - Plastic drums of 25 or 1000 liters.
Powder - Polyethylene bags of 20kg.