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Textile processing has benefited from the application of enzymes to markedly reduce environmental impact and improved product quality. The principal enzymes applied in the Textile industry are Hydrolases and Oxidoreductases. The group of Hydrolases includes Amylases, Cellulases and Pectinases. Amylases are used to remove starch-based sizes from fabrics after weaving. Cellulases have been employed to enzymatically remove fibrils and fuzz fibres, and also used in the cotton Textile industry. Esterases are also used in partial hydrolysis of synthetic fibre surfaces to improve hydrophilicity and aiding further finishing steps. Catalases are also used to remove hydrogen peroxide after bleaching, which results in huge saving in water consumption.

Textile processing has benefited from the application of enzymes to markedly reduce environmental impact and improved product quality. The principal enzymes applied in the Textile industry are Hydrolases and Oxidoreductases. The group of Hydrolases includes Amylases, Cellulases and Pectinases. Amylases are used to remove starch-based sizes from fabrics after weaving. Cellulases have been employed to enzymatically remove fibrils and fuzz fibres, and also used in the cotton Textile industry. Esterases are also used in partial hydrolysis of synthetic fibre surfaces to improve hydrophilicity and aiding further finishing steps. Catalases are also used to remove hydrogen peroxide after bleaching, which results in huge saving in water consumption.

Our Solutions

PECTOLYTIC ENZYME WITH
CELLULOSE ACTIVITY

It break down starches and dextrins.


Removes Pectin

Removes Wax

Protein Hydrolysis

Removes Pectin

Removes Wax

Protein Hydrolysis

ALPHA AMYLASE

It can be applied for desizing.


Starch
Decomposition

Improves Weaving

Decrease Yarn
Breakage

Starch Decomposition

Improves Weaving

Decrease Yarn Breakage

CELLULASE

Biopolishing


Enhances Fabric
Quality

Improvement In
Pill Resistance

Brighter Luminosity
Of Colors

Enhances Fabric Quality

Improvement In Pill Resistance

Brighter Luminosity Of Colors

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FAQ’S

Which enzyme is used in textile industry?

Amylases, cellulase,catalase, and laccase are the most often utilised enzymes in textile processing employed to eliminate the starch, depilling and reduce the efficacy of lignin, hydrogen peroxide removal, and textile bleaching.

Why amylase is used in textile industry?

Amylases are mostly used for desizing, which involves removing starch, in the textile processing. The starch molecules are hydrolyzed by these enzymes which is easily removed by washing or dissolved in hot water.

What are the uses of cellulase enzyme in Textile Industry?

Cellulases are frequently used in the textile industry to biofinish textiles that contain cellulosic Material with cellulases we can impart excellent surface modification with completet depilling results. Hence enhance handfeel,lustre, softness and appearence of the fabric.

Why catalase is required in textile Industry?

Hydrogen peroxide is broken down by catalase to create water and oxygen. Before adding dyes and other chemicals, catalase is added to the dyebath in order to eliminate residual hydrogen peroxide.

How Bioscouring is effective in textile?

Bioscouring process completely reduce or elimnates the use of harmful chemicals, hence giving ecofriendly and sustainable solutions. Fabric gets a very soft handle with the bioscouring process, which also delicately primes it for later wet processing Steps .

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