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Increase fermentation with Enzymaxx
The fermentation of highly fibrous material challenges both technology and biology, with methane bacteria sometimes working against each other as they ferment solid manure or grass. Any digestate with a high dry matter content will need more time to ferment, and it will be necessary to stir continually to remove obstacles and avoid the formation of crusts.
In Enzymaxx our laboratory has developed a mixture of enzymes and bacteria that accelerates the decomposition of organic material and exploits it to the full.
Enzymaxx’s main effect is in reducing the viscosity of the digester content, resulting in increased flow and easier handling, stirring intervals can be reduced, ammonia formation and nitrogen losses are lessened and the value of the digestate as a fertiliser is increased.
Improves flow: stirring time reduced
Less floating films and incrustation
Prevents obstruction in the pumping system
Accelerates decomposition of organic substance
And for all who want to know the exact details...
Enzymaxx works because of the combination of selected bacterial strains with a powerful enzyme mix. It contains the extremely resistant bacteria of the Bacillus genus (Bacillus subtilis, B. licheniformis, B. amyloliquefaciens, B. megaterium, B. pumilus) that are active aerobically or anaerobically and cover a wide pH range from 5.0 to 9.0 and a temperature range of 10 to 55° Celsius. These bacteria produce enzymes that decompose plant-based and other organic residues such as carbohydrates, proteins and fats from the digestate in your biogas plant. Due to the production of the enzyme glutamate dehydrogenase, and both glutamine and glutamate synthetase, the bacteria assimilate ammonia nitrogen and thus reduce the formation of ammonia.
In addition, the added enzymes cellulase, hemicellulase, pentosanase, β-glucanase, protease, amylase and lipase support the decomposition of the digestate, mainly at the beginning of the use, ensuring good establishment of the microorganisms.
Decomposition is then continued by the bacteria.