Britase Protease is a purified liquid protease of high proteolytic activity. It is obtained through fermentation of non-GMO Bacillus licheniformis.
Britase Proteases hydrolyse proteins non-specifically to allow lower washing temperatures at high activity. They break down the peptide chains of milk, egg, blood, faeces, grass etc.
The use of EDTA, pyrophosphates and oxidizers like chlorine and peroxides should be avoided.
Polyacrylates and some phosphonates can be used in combination iwth Britase Protease. Adding 1-3% boric acid and 5-120% proplyene glycol prolongs stability. Compatible preservatives are benzoate, parabens, iso-thiazolines; avoid aldehydes or chlorine release agents.
Britase Protease NDL is more effective at neutral pH than the other proteases.
Britase Protease P is a dust-free encapsulated form of Protease IL. It is stable next to aggressive ingredients, but it easily dissolves in water.
Classification according to Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008