Ailazyme® for producing alcohol / bio-ethanol

1 Dec 2019

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Ailazyme® for producing alcohol / bio-ethanol

When grains are fermented, yeasts consume their natural sugars and convert them into alcohol. The level of ethanol produced depends on the range of fermentation of grains. The term grain alcohol is used to refer to any ethanol produced from grains. Enzymes for alcohol speed up the fermentation process in grains and yield into higher production of ethanol. Enzymes for alcohol are used in the grain alcohol industry to hydrolyze large starch molecules into simple sugars.Generally, this hydrolysis process is accomplished by following two steps of liquefaction and saccharification. Ailazymes® for alcohol help to produce ethanol through fermentation of grains cost-effectively and with minimum efforts. Our products enhance the process of fermentation and give a better and non-contaminated yield of ethanol at a faster rate.

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