Enzyme Technology

Enzymes are biological catalysts (biocatalysts) that accelerate chemical reactions. These 100% organic active natural micro-organisms offer eco-friendly environmental solutions for the environment, agriculture, livestock, and other industries.



About Enzymes


The enzymes for this technology were developed from naturally occurring microbes found in a particular environment. It was discovered that they have an amazing ability to sanitize water and the environment around them. These microbes fight other general pathogenic microbes, control pollution, help balance the environment and perform a range of useful bio-remediation functions.


Enzyme Technology's Advantages


The ability to enhance natural biochemical reaction speed makes the Enzyme Technology much more effective than any other technology in a wide range of applications.


  • Fast Acting Agents

The proprietary enzymes in microbes make the formulated technology thousands of times faster than was previously possible.


  • Broad Functionality

Enzyme Technology has a core capability of rapidly breaking down organic waste, anti-microbial, anti-fungal, and toxin neutralization.


  • Broad Spectrum

Enzyme Technology is formulated to create a very diverse group of catabolic hydrolyzing enzymes. This provides an ability to rapidly and fully digest all non-living matter that is organic in origin.


  • Extensive Operative Range

The kinetic rate enhancement technology makes it possible to operate in a much broader range of environmental conditions than other available technologies.



Enzyme Technology in the Environment


Waste Management


Enzymes eliminate rancid odors, kill harmful insect eggs, and increase degradation of organic matters including plastics leading to a reduction in garbage volume.


Odor and Emissions Treatment


Enzymes fully digest compounds that cause organic odors. Over 90% of odors are removed from common sources such as hydrogen sulfide, ammonia, mercaptans, amines, etc.


Water Bodies Treatment


Enzymes digest all organic matter, worms, and mosquito eggs. They also digest pesticides, fungicides, and herbicides, and help to kill toxins and fungi, eliminating bad odors.


Waste Water Treatment


Enzymes remove all pesticides, fungicides, and herbicides along with bad odors. This technology helps to simplify plant operations, reduce operating costs and water consumption.


Sewage Treatment


Enzymes reduce suspended solids (10% in 3 days at 2-3 ppm), energy and water consumption (used for oxygenation and heating). As a result, you have treated solids of high quality that can be utilized in organic fertilizer applications (without odor, salmonella, e-Coli, staphylococcus, cholera and many other common pathogens).


Air Quality Emission


Enzymes control a wide range of volatile organic odors (mercaptans, amines, ammonia, hydrogen sulfide), and decrease scum accumulated in industrial exhaust stacks providing “green air quality”.


Cooling Tower


Enzymes eliminate blue-green algae as well as unpleasant smells in central systems of cooling towers. They also increase low-temperature exchange and cooler airflow while decreasing electrical power usage and providing clean fresh air in buildings.




Enzyme Technology in the Agriculture


Enzymes kill harmful bacteria & fungus in the soil and complete fermentation of organic matter. Enzymes also prevent and remedy root rots, wilt, stimulate root growth, improve the effectiveness of fertilization and increase crop yields.


Among the biological features, soil enzymes are often used in agronomy as reliable indicators of soil health, fertility and productivity as affected by differentiated natural and anthropogenic factors since they are more sensitive to any changes than other soil variables.


There are 2 types of enzymes present in the soil:


  1. Constitutive enzymes always present in nearly constant amounts (not affected by the addition of any particular substrate);

  2. Inducible enzymes present only in trace amounts or not at all (but quickly increase in concentration when its substrate is present).



Livestock


Enzymes can be utilized in the entire life cycle of livestock management by being integrated into processes such as feeding, drinking, and cleaning. By including enzymes in your livestock treatment you can reduce the death rate, intestinal diseases, and food poisoning. Enzyme technology also helps to prevent rancid odor from manure.


The animal feed industry uses enzymes that degrade crude fiber, starch, proteins, and phytates, and being proteins, they are eventually digested or excreted by the animal, having no residual effect on products like meat or egg. Feed enzymes enhance the competence of meat and egg production by improving nutrient utilization and reducing animal excreta/waste.



Aquaculture


Aquaculture enzyme utilization includes feeding, cleaning ponds and other water bodies, and after-harvest application. Enzymes, including phytase, xylanase, cellulase, protease, lipase, and amylase increase the availability of nutrients, increase absorption of nutrients during digestion, increase fish growth rates, and assist in the survival and thriving of fish in the larval stage.


The fish has no natural enzyme to break down phytates and hence does not absorb the needed phosphate nutrient but instead allows the phytate to pass out in its waste contributing to increased phosphate build up in the water. Enzymes can be used to digest the waste buildup in the pond and greatly increase the clarity of the water by hydrolyzing the proteinaceous waste materials that build up.



Hydroponics


Enzymes added to your crop’s root zone are catalysts that increase the rapidity of organic decomposition, turning root-zone materials into nutrients. Enzymes break down root debris and organic materials to provide nutrition for beneficial microbes that help roots.


Enzymes and beneficial microbes work together to create crop benefits such as faster growth, earlier maturation, and larger, higher-quality harvests. Beneficial microbes and enzymes guard roots against harmful microbes and a contaminated root zone.



Conclusion


Enzyme Technology. At present only a small number of industries are utilizing enzymes. Utilization of enzymes in industrial applications, food processing, animal feed, and crop production still has much more advancement to come. The natural benefits of enzymes make the future look bright in integrating the technology into a wider scope of usages with favorable outcomes to the environment.

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