Product Description

Lipase is any group of fat-splitting enzymes found in the blood, gastric juices, pancreatic secretions, intestinal juices, and adipose tissues. Lipases hydrolyze triglycerides (fats) into their component fatty acid and glycerol molecules. Initial lipase digestion occurs in the lumen (interior) of the small intestine. Bile salts reduce the surface tension of the fat droplets so that the lipases can attack the triglyceride molecules. The fatty acid and glycerol molecules are then taken up into the epithelial cells that line the intestinal wall, where they are resynthesized into triglycerides for transport to muscles and adipose tissues. At these sites lipases in the bloodstream hydrolyze the triglycerides, and the resulting fatty acids and glycerol are taken up by the cells of these tissues. In the adipose tissues, triglycerides are re-formed for storage until the energy needs of the animal increase under conditions of stress or exercise. Lipases in the cells of adipose tissues break down the triglycerides so that fatty acids can reenter the bloodstream for transport to energy-requiring tissues.



  ♦  No damage to the strength of the fabric

  ♦  Elimination and or reduction of usage of aggressive chemicals

  ♦  Eco-friendly & biodegradable



  ♦  Lipase offers the following benefits

  ♦  Specific action on fat and oil-based stains only

  ♦  No damage to the strength of the fabric

  ♦  Elimination and or reduction of usage of aggressive chemicals

  ♦  Eco-friendly & Biodegradable

  ♦  Bread Improver.

  ♦  Biscuit Improver.

  ♦  Starch Production.

  ♦  Animal feed Supplement.

  ♦  Fat digestive enzyme.

  ♦  Waste Water Treatment.


General Guidelines:

The performance of enzymes in detergents depends on a number of factors, including the detergents composition, nature and concentration of stains to be removed, wash-water hardness, enzyme activity present in the product at the time of its use, and process parameters



  ♦  The dosage can be optimized on basis of trial only and depends upon the nature and concentration of stains to be removed and desired level of performance efficacy

  ♦  It is recommended to begin with 0.2 % on weight of the detergent formulation



  ♦  Enzymes designed for use in cleaning applications are compatible with commonly used detergent components in general

  ♦  However it is recommended to test the compatibility of Lipase with the ingredients of detergents prior to their applications

  ♦  Extended storage or adverse conditions may lead to higher dosage  requirement

  ♦  Shelf life: It can be stored in a closed container for up to six months at 25°C