A liquid or powder enzyme formulation for use under low temperature dextrinization of distillery mashes.
SEBstar HTL – High Temperature
A heat-stable, liquid alpha-amylase enzyme used in the alcohol industry for high-temperature liquefaction of starch containing grain mashes (corn, sorghum, rice, etc.) for production of neutral spirits.
SEBamyl BA – Medium – High Temperature
A liquefied or powder-based bacterial amylase used in the alcohol industry under high temperature liquefaction of grain mashes.
(liquid & powder) An endo-glucanase enzyme, which catalyzes the breakdown of cereal grain beta-glucans (1,4-beta-,1,3-beta-glucans). It reduces viscosity, improves solid/liquid separation and improves filtration rates.
Is blend of enzymes used to increase filtration rates with grain mashes, particularly cereal grain mash. The beta-glucanase activity in ViscoSEB is more temperature-stable than endogenous cereal grain glucanase.
Is a fortified, dried Aspergillus oryzae fermentation extract that is an ideal nutrient support system for yeast during the fermentation process. It contains protein, free-form amino acids, minerals, enzymes, vitamins, fiber and other nutrients.