Enzymes - Mixedenzymes

We offer a number of enzymes, each with its own unique properties. These can be used either alone or in combination in order to obtain faster growth of the animal; better feed utilization (feed conversion ratio); and more uniform production.
  • Mixture of alpha amylase and protease
  • Mixture of alpha amylase, protease and beta glucanase
  • Phytase
  • Mixture of various enzymes
  • Mixture of xylanase, cellulase, Protease, Amylase and beta glucanase
Multi enzyme feed concentrate 

The Most important action of multi enzyme supplement is the digestion of feed ingredient by 15-20% more.

By digesting the non degradable components, the enzymes liberate the nutrients enclosed in the complex. 

This action of multi enzyme creates a more homogenous mixture in the gastro-intestinal tract. This in turn allows better absorption of energy from protein, Fats and carbohydrates and improves nitrogen and phosphorus utilization. 

Composition:

Xylanase -1000 u/gm
Beta Glucanase -500 u/gm
Cellulase -1000 u/gm
Hemi Cellulase -500 u/gm
Protease -1000 u/gm
Lipase -500 u/gm
Phytase -2500 u/gm
Amylase -2000 u/gm 

Xylanase: Digests the complex xylans and provides energy and protection from diseases by the anti microbial and immunomodulatory action of xylitol produced during the digestion process.

Glucanase: Glucans are indigestible complex carbohydrates which associate with proteins as complexes. Indigestion of these glucans leads to stress on the shrimp or fish and decreases the feed efficiency. Glucanase digests these glucans present in the food to produce simple sugars and provides more energy to the fish/shrimp

Cellulase & Hemi-Cellulase: All the vegetable based feed components are made up of cellulose which is a polymer of glucose and cellobiose, two simple sugars. The fish/shrimp or animals lack the enzymes required for the digestion of cellulase and require the help of gut and intestinal bacteria to degrade the cellulosic materials. In increasingly intensive cultures, the feed to natural gut bacteria ratio is disproportionate, leading to improper digestion of the feed. This leads to wastage of feed, stress on the digestive system of the fish/shrimp and reduced growth rate. The supplementation of cellulase enzyme to the feed leads to the increased digestion of the feed and 20-30% increase in the available energy to the fish/shrimp, thereby enhancing the weight gain and health of the shrimp/fish. It also means less pollution of the pond water. 

Protease & Pectinase: Protease & Pectinase breaks down the proteins and pectins in the cell walls of the feed material. This means increased amenability of the digestive enzymes to nutrients in the cells and improved nutrition.

Alpha-galactosidase & Beta-galactosidase: These enzymes also enhance the digestibility of the feed and improve the immunity of the fish/shrimp.

Lipase: Lipase is the enzyme that breaks down the fatty matter in the feed. Due to the high incidence of use of seed cakes in the feed (like de oiled ground nut cake and cotton seed cake) for the purpose of providing high protein to the fish/shrimp, the intake of fats has also been increased leading to a digestive load on the fish/shrimp. Lipase breaks down the fats into fatty acids and glycerol, which are used in the building up of vitamin A, Vitamin D and other essential growth factors. Improved fat digestion means high growth and effective nutrition to the fish/shrimp. 

  • Feeding of phytase will increase trace mineral absorption and it also has the potential to increase amino acid digestibility.
  • With the recommended phytase inclusion level, the phytase addition will not increase the cost of the diet.
  • Phytase addition to animal diets will reduce the amount of phosphorus in the manure. The amount of reduction will depend on diet type, inclusion rate of phytase, degree of replacement of inorganic phosphorus, and the dietary phosphorus relative to the animal needs.
  • As a general rule, the amount of phosphorus reduction in the diet will cause a similar phosphorus reduction in the manure.
  • With the reduction of phosphorus in the manure, less phosphorous pollution will be observed in the pond while still maintaining the appropriate dietary phosphorus requirement of the fish.

Benefits of incorporating enzymes in feeds:
  • Digest the proteins, carbohydrates and lipids
  • Better feed utilization (15-30% more) and therefore, less feed waste; less nitrogen & phosphorus contamination in the pond.
  • Improved hygiene and health.
  • Uniform growth.
  • Improved productivity.
  • Reduced incidence of diseases.