abv Alphamylase LT30
abv Alphamylase LT30 is a Food Grade bacteria alpha-amylase derived from a selected non-GMO strain of Bacillus subtilis. abv Alphamylase LT30 is a liquefying enzyme. Its action on starch substrates produces a decrease of viscosity.
Liquid with a SG of 1.0-1.2
Light brown (color may vary from batch to batch)
min 1000 LAU/g
Optimum temperature varies between 77-90C depending on the starch concentration. Optimum pH is between pH 5.8-6.6.
TOTAL VIABLE COUNT < 50000/g
SALMONELLA SP. absent/25g
COLIFORMS < 30/g
STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS absent/25g
ANAEROBIC SULPHATE absent/1g
ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY negative by test
MYCOTOXINS negative by test
- Liquefies starch substrates and facilitates the use of starches with higher temperature gelatinization.
- Allows use of high levels of adjuncts.
- Increases level of attenuation.
- Reduces the potential for starch positive worts.
A typical dosage of:
0.4-0.8 kg/t cereal is to be added to the cereal cooker to liquefy starch substrates before adding to the mash.
0.01-0.05 kg/t of grist is to be added to the mash vessel in the brew house.