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1 gallons/bushel (122 gallons or 456 liters per tonne). Table 5. Advantages of Rhizozyme™ over conventional glucoamylase. 0 None 50,000 None None 2500 5000 Saccharification: should we have high levels of sugar going into the fermentor? IF A SACCHARIFICATION STEP IS USED Saccharification of distillery mashes is a somewhat controversial subject. Over the last 10 years many distillers have changed from saccharifying mash in a dedicated saccharification vessel (or ‘sacc’ tank) to adding the saccharifying enzyme directly to the fermentor in a process referred to as Simultaneous Saccharification and Fermentation (SSF).
Grain handling: a critical aspect of distillery operation 33 Chapter 4 Grain handling: a critical aspect of distillery operation DAVID J. , Nicholasville, Kentucky, USA Introduction Until recently, sanitation in grain handling has been basically ignored by the distilling industry, except for those engaged in beverage alcohol production. Now that we have begun to discuss and accept the ‘Biorefinery’ concept, we are forced to realize that a good sanitation program and procedures are essential to the bottom line.
F. Power called saccharification, glucoamylase hydrolyzes the oligosaccharides or dextrins into free glucose subunits. Fungal enzymes are normally employed to effect saccharification and these operate at a lower pH and temperature range than α-amylase. Depending on the industry and process involved, one sometimes encounters additional enzymes, such as pullulanase, which is added as a debranching enzyme to improve the glucose yield. Despite the intricate nature of enzyme nomenclature and the rather strict reaction conditions which must be adhered to in order to achieve maximal enzyme performance, their purpose is very simple: to provide fuel to yeast for the biosynthesis of ethanol.