DISINFECTIONS

ENZYME DISINFECTION

Enzymes are proteins whose function is to catalyze a chemical reaction. During this reaction, large organic molecules are transformed into small molecules. When enzymatic detergents are used, these small molecules pass into the surfactant phase (surfactant: which reduces the surface tension of the liquid to which it is added) and are removed during rinsing.

ENZYMES

We are talking about lipases (acts on lipids), amylases (acts on carbohydrates) and proteases (acts on proteins), celluloses, etc., components that are not very common in the world of conventional detergents and which are more respectful of the environment and the user. They mainly attack organic matter and biofilm.

ENZYME DISINFECTION

They are part of detergents; the detergent breaks up that matrix that bacteria generate, but it does not destroy them but releases them and makes them vulnerable.

The proteolytic and amylolytic enzymes contained in the products degrade the glycoproteins and separate the germs from their support causing the destruction of the biofilm.

We are talking about hydrolases, amylases and proteases, celluloses, etc., components that are unusual in the world of conventional detergents and which are more respectful of the environment and the user.

Hospital Industry

Treatment of surgical supplies

Food Industry

Instrumental in meat industries

Conveyor belts and production tools

Freezers and fermenters

  • Efficiently remove and prevent biofilm

  • Do not affect human beings

  • Not corrosive for materials

  • They are based on renewable and environmentally friendly raw materials

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