In India, cellulase is used mostly in the textile industry in the desizing process and in paper industry in modification of fiber properties. While, studies are being conducted around the world for producing bio-fuel by the help of cellulase enzyme.
Prime Industrial Uses are:
- Used in wet processing of the textile fabric
- Biopolishing and biostoning are main uses of cellulase enzyme
- Used in fabric softening
- Used in removal of excess dye from the fabric
- Used as a alternative for efficient and cheap pulping process
- Used for deinking process instead of chemicals called bio-deinking
- Cellulase prevents yellowing of paper during processing
Pest Control:In agriculture, cellulase along with other enzymes like pectinases and hemicellulases are used for pest control as they degrade the cell wall of plant pathogens.
Animal feed:Cellulase enzyme is one of the main ingredients in today’s animal feed especially for cattle as their main source of nutrition comes from plant products and cellulose is an essential component in plant material. They increase the digestion process and increase the feed consumption ratio in the cattle.
Waste Management:The wastes generated in the kitchen and agricultural field are mostly cellulosic material and thus cellulase enzyme is used to degrade these wastes into manures instead of burning them which not only taxicate the atmosphere but also not good in terms of economic perspective.
|Sales markets||Western Europe; Eastern Europe; Middle East; Asia; Australia; North America; Africa; Central/South America|
More products from Bioven Ingredients
Transglutaminase enzyme catalyses the bond formation between free amino acids causing inter- or intra-molecular cross linking in proteins which enhances the color, texture and solidness of the substrate/product. They are of huge significance in food industry and most widely used on soy, casein, gluten, etc. q...More info
Amylase enzyme are a class of enzymes which catalyses the hydrolysis of starch and convert it into simple and soluble sugar molecules, mainly maltose (maltose is made of two glucose molecules). There are around 19 microbial enzymes which are classified as amylase.
There are ...
Saccharomyces cerevisiae (Baker's yeast/Brewing yeast)
Saccharomyces cerevisiae is the most widely used microbial strain all over the world since many centuries, knowingly or unknowingly. This strain has its applications in various industries like brewery, fermentation, bakery, feed, bio-remediation and many others. It is commonly known as Baker’s yeast or Brewer...More info
Also known as peptidase, protease enzyme is a multifunctional enzyme with wide array of use in many industries and home chores also. It is a part of the hydrolase enzyme family which breaks down the proteins. Protease breaks the peptide bond present in the proteins and converts the protein into smaller polype...More info
Bromelain is a proteolytic enzyme like papain with significance in medical ailment. It is extracted from the pineapple juice from its fruits,leaves and stems. Main industries where bromelain enzyme is used are - pharmaceutical, tenderization, food, detergent, cosmetics and textile. In cosmetics, bromelai...More info
Papain is a type of protease enzyme which breaks the peptide bonds of large proteins and converts them into smaller chains of peptides or amino acids. Papain is used mainly in the food industry as a tenderizer for the meat. It is also used in cosmetics and the toothpaste industry.
Papain is a cysteine prot...
Are you a supplier?
Here's what we can do for you
- Generate quality leads for your business
- Stay visible for 365 days of the year
- Receive product inquiries and respond to meeting requests directly
- Improve company online presence through Search Engine Optimisation