wide temperature desizing enzyme system

Soft Enzyme HT

--Before joining the soft enzyme first adjust the pH and temperature of working fluid to the requirements adding enzyme and keep temperature and work for 60-90 minutes When cut sample achieves biopolishing requirements then adding 2g/L soda and heating to 80℃ and inactivated Then for the subsequent washing and dyeing process

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Mid

Mid-temperature desizing enzyme is a new enzyme preparation concentrated and with high thermal stability It is used for desize starch starch derivative the mixed slurry of starch and PVA Properties: Items Index Appearance Amber liquid Specific gravity 1 15-1 25 Chemical agent: It can be used with non-ionic humectant detergent refining agent and other solvents to improve

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Fermentation Enzymes

Fermentation Enzymes White Labs Fermentation Enzymes are packages with products made by technology from DSM Unlimited and come in home-brew 1L and 10L sizes that are ready to use All of our enzyme products are sources from non-genetically modified organisms They are also Kosher approved and comply with current Food Drug Administration standards for Good

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Sizing Pretreatment

Stabilized bacterial amylase for enzyme desizing of textiles with starch containing sizes Applicable in all impregnation and discontinuous processes at low and high temperatures Wide pH range from 5-9 5 Salt additions are not necessary INVAZYME HT NEW 0 5-2 g/l Liquid Highly concentrated amylase enzyme stable to high temperature pH Extremely cost

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wide temperature desizing enzyme diet

Wide Temperature Desizing agent/alpha amylase enzyme used 1 Temperature: application temperature can be from room temperature to 100℃ the best is 65~95℃ 2 Stability of PH: applicable PH is 5 5~7 5 3 The effect of Calcium ion concentration to enzyme activity: calcium have improved effect on stability of enzyme activity

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Process of Cotton Desizing

Effective enzymatic desizing require strict control of pH temperature water hardness electrolyte addition and choice of surfactant Advantages of Enzymatic Desizing No damage to the fibre No usage of aggressive chemicals Wide variety of application processes and High biodegradability Disadvantages Enzymatic Desizing Lower additional cleaning effect towards

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Modeling photoinhibition

Modeling photoinhibition-driven bleaching in Scleractinian coral as a function of light temperature and heterotrophy Malin S M Gustafsson 1 * Mark E Baird 2 and Peter J Ralph 1 1Plant Functional Biology and Climate Change Cluster Faculty of Science University of Technology Sydney Sydney New South Wales Australia

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DESIZING

Desizing enzyme in concentrated and ready to use liquid form Suited for low to medium temperature desizing in a wide pH-range Phenamyl LTA can be used in cold pad batch and exhaust processes Phenamyl HTA ( High Temperature Amylase) Desizing enzyme in concentrated and ready to use liquid form

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Excellent Booster For Enzymatic Desizing Peroxide Bleaching

0 5-1 0 gpl DESIZING ENZYME 0 2-0 6 gpl ProAvita ProExcel DBC 0 3-0 5 gpl WETTING AGENT Step-2 Pad Batch Enzymatic Cracking (Pad Batch EC) 2–6 ml/kg DESIZING ENZYME 1–3 ml/kg ProAvita ProExcel DBC 3–5 ml/kg WETTING AGENT Liquor pick-up Impregnation: (Temperature – As recommended for Desizing enzyme) Batching time 4–24 h

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Process of Cotton Desizing

Effective enzymatic desizing require strict control of pH temperature water hardness electrolyte addition and choice of surfactant Advantages of Enzymatic Desizing No damage to the fibre No usage of aggressive chemicals Wide variety of application processes and High biodegradability Disadvantages Enzymatic Desizing Lower additional cleaning effect towards

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Textile desizing enzymes operate at wide extremes

Textile desizing enzymes operate at wide extremes Print Written by John Mowbray Published: 20 June 2016 AMSTERDAM – DuPont has produced new highly concentrated enzyme desizing technology that can effectively lower the total phosphate chemical oxygen demand (COD) and subsequently reduce the effluent treatment load for textile manufacturers The company says

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wide temperature desizing enzyme diet

1 Temperature: application temperature can be from room temperature to 100℃ the best is 65~95℃ 2 Stability of PH: applicable PH is 5 5~7 5 3 The effect of Calcium ion concentration to enzyme activity: calcium have improved effect on stability of enzyme activity

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Enzymatic Finishing of Textiles

The widely used enzyme for desizing process is a hydrolytic enzyme called Amylase It catalyses the breakdown of dietary starch to short chain sugars dextrin and maltose which gives uniform wet processing The advantage of these enzymes is that they are specific for starch removing without damaging to the support fabric An amylase enzyme can be used for desizing processes at low-temperature

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EP0789075A1

Mixtures of different starch-decomposing enzymes (amylases) containing at least one high temperature amylase (HTA) and at least one low temperature amylase (LTA) in an activity ratio HTA:LTA of 10:90 to 90:10 % have at least 60 % of their maximum enzyme activity is available within the temperature range of 30-90 degrees C the enzyme mixtures being diluted with

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Modeling photoinhibition

Modeling photoinhibition-driven bleaching in Scleractinian coral as a function of light temperature and heterotrophy Malin S M Gustafsson 1 * Mark E Baird 2 and Peter J Ralph 1 1Plant Functional Biology and Climate Change Cluster Faculty of Science University of Technology Sydney Sydney New South Wales Australia

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Sizing Pretreatment

Stabilized bacterial amylase for enzyme desizing of textiles with starch containing sizes Applicable in all impregnation and discontinuous processes at low and high temperatures Wide pH range from 5-9 5 Salt additions are not necessary INVAZYME HT NEW 0 5-2 g/l Liquid Highly concentrated amylase enzyme stable to high temperature pH Extremely cost

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wide temperature desizing enzyme diet

1 Temperature: application temperature can be from room temperature to 100℃ the best is 65~95℃ 2 Stability of PH: applicable PH is 5 5~7 5 3 The effect of Calcium ion concentration to enzyme activity: calcium have improved effect on stability of enzyme activity

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DESIZING AGENT【 】

high-temperature desizing enzyme excellent desizing performance removes the starch on cotton fabrics and its blend wide applicable temperature from 40 ℃ to 100 ℃ Field of application: for the desizing process of cotton and blended fabric Chemical Basis: alpha-amylase Ionic Character: no charge Form: liquid

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DESIZING

Desizing enzyme in concentrated and ready to use liquid form Suited for low to medium temperature desizing in a wide pH-range Phenamyl LTA can be used in cold pad batch and exhaust processes Phenamyl HTA ( High Temperature Amylase) Desizing enzyme in concentrated and ready to use liquid form

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Cutting

themselves are biodegradable so they are readily absorbed 95C) to gelatinise the starch The desizing liquor is then back into nature adjusted to pH 5 5-7 5 and a temperature of 60-80C Need of enzymes in the textile industry depending on the enzyme The fabric then goes through an retain their strength

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