Sinobios (Shanghai) Imp. & Exp. Co., Ltd.
Main products:Glucoamylase, Heat stable alpha-amylase, Bacterial alpha-amylase(low & middle temperature), Fungal alpha-amylase, Pectinase, Phytase, Protease, Cellulase, Xylanase, Beta-glucanase, Laccase, Specialty enzymes for food, juice, wheat(gluten) processing,
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  • Contact Person : Mr. Yang Yavis
  • Company Name : Sinobios (Shanghai) Imp. & Exp. Co., Ltd.
  • Tel : 86-21-58886926
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  • Address : Shanghai,Shanghai,Suite B903, Tomson Centre, 188 Zhangyang Rd., Pudong New Dist.
  • Country/Region : China
  • Zip : 200120

Phytase Enzyme PHY20G Bio-enzyme

Phytase Enzyme PHY20G Bio-enzyme
Product Detailed
Bio-enzyme, Phytase Enzyme, Granular, Feed Grade, 20,000U/G

INTRODUCTION

 

Phytase is made from the strain of Pichia Paseoris through cultivation and extraction technique. It can degrade phytic acid into inositol or phosphoinositide andphosphoric acid.

The products can eliminate the simple stomach animal's anti-nutrient action due to non-decompose of phytic acid so as to improve the utility ofnutrition. The products can also reduce the environmental pollution caused byusing of phosphorus.

 

 

SPECIFICATIONS/ PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

 

Appearance                                                                                   : Powder/GranularColour                                                                                             : White

Odour                                                                                              : Normal microbian fermentation odourEnzymatic Activity                                                                          : ≥20,000u/gLoss on Drying                                                                             : ≤8%Particle Size (Passing through 40μm sieve)                          : ≥80%

 

PACKAGING

 

15kgs/bag; 25kgs/bag

 

 

Certificated Approval

Phytase Enzyme PHY20G Bio-enzyme



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