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Specifications and Other Information of Our Tannase CAS 9025-71-2
Tannase, also known as ellagitase, is a tannin acyl hydrolase that is prepared by submerged fermentation and refined as a highly e他ctive biological preparation. The enzyme hydrolyses the ester and carboxyl bonds of gallic acid tannins and is widely used in the tea processing and extraction industry and in the juice industry.
Degrades ester-type catechins, promotes the conversion of tea cheese and prevents cold turbidity of tea beverages. Can improve the taste of tea broth, reduce bitterness and astringency, maintain colour and improve the extraction rate of tea leaves. Use in juice processing can degrade tannic acid, remove astringency and improve the taste of juice, while improving product stability.
Temperature of action: optimum 30℃-40℃, effective 30℃-60℃. pH: optimum pH 4.0-6.0, effective pH 3.0-7.0
Safe: natural fermented sou陀e, high safety.
High efficiency: soluble in water, high activity, specificity and effectiveness.
|Enzyme activity U/g||≥ 500|
|Sensory indicators||Uniform powder (colour may vary slightly from batch to batch due to fermentation raw|
materials, cycles etc., but does not affect the efficacy of use.)
|Loss on drying(%)||≤8.0|
|Fineness (80 mesh standard sieve pass rate) (%)||≥90|
|Total arsenic (as As)/(mg/kg）||≤3|
|Total number of bacterial colonies/(CFU/g)||≤50000|
|Escherichia coli (MPN/g)||≤3.0|
|Salmonella (25g)||Not detected|
Directions For Use And Recommended Dosage
The recommended dosage is 20-100ppm. The optimum dosage can be determined by experimentation. Dissolve in a small amount of experimental water before use and then add.
Store in a cool, dry environment, out of direct sunlight; store in good condition or in an airtight container.
This product is developed by our R&D company Watson International Ltd (https://www.watson-int.com/).