The enzymes are an efficient tool for reducing viscosity, increasing solid-liquid separation yield and improving processing efficiency, particularly when processing substrates such as wheat, barley and rye.
- Reduced wort viscosity and β-glucan and soluble arabinoxylan content
- De-bottleneck wort filtration (lauter tun and mash filter operations)
- Increased brewing capacity
- Improved wort separation and beer filtration
- Cost savings
LAMINEX® MaxFlow 4G: Max your beer flow
Better use of resources and lower carbon footprint
Better filtration and less risk of filter cake collapse will also mean that cleaning operations need to take place much less frequently. This gives a much more consistent production flow leading to better economy for the brewery – and a lower CO2 footprint.
LAMINEX® MaxFlow 4G has undergone rigorous laboratory and pilot scale testing in order to demonstrate its effects.
The following figures (fig.1 and fig.2) show results from pilot scale brewing trials on 30% barley in combination with malt applying LAMINEX® MaxFlow 4G and a market reference enzyme at high gravity brewing.
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Your Product Benefits
Our Proven Solution
- Optimized mash separation and beer filtration
- Consistent processing
- Less dependency on raw material quality and availability
- Longer beer filtration cycles
- Higher extract yields
- High and consistent throughput
- Reduced risk of off-flavor
- Reduced risk of filter bed collapse
- Sustainable solution
LAMINEX® MaxFlow 4G