Britase Mananase is a stabilized liquid enzyme with high beta-1,4-mananase activity. It is ideally suited for liquid detergents.
Britase Mananase hydrolyses the Galactomanans, polysaccharides which are the base of guar gum and locust bean gum widely used in the food industry to make sauces and ice dreams. Britase Mananase is used in detergents to eliminate the beta-galctomanans absorbed on the cotton fibre and which fix the cocoa pigments and smoke black on fabrics. It improves the elimination of sauce stains such as barbecue sauce, chocolate and ice creams containing galactomanans as stabilizers.
Britase Mananase on cotton fabrics (not on polyester) improves whiteness after many washes by inhibiting the soill redispositioning on the galactomanans adsorbed in the cellulose fibres.
Classification according to Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008