Grain processing in India for the production of ethanol is fast growing. The growth can be judged from the fact that the production has increased more than 300% in the last half a decade or so. The primary driver for this is the introduction of premium brands (mostly international) to the Indian consumer as well as a blanket ban on production of ethanol from molasses by some States like Rajasthan and partial bans by Haryana and Madhya Pradesh.
Grain ethanol in India, as different from other parts of the world is used only for potable purposes and from the looks of it would continue to do so. Though it is unlikely that grain alcohol in India would anytime be used for fuel ethanol purposes, the potable consumption is also rising at a steady clip of more than 15 percent year upon year.
Enzymes form the backbone of the grain processing business and the potential is vast and fast growing.
Grain Alcohol is produced by fermenting and distilling grain. It is also known as Ethyl Alcohol or Ethanol. There are a number of industrial uses for grain alcohol: antiseptic, fuel, solvent, etc.
Our products are unique researched enzyme based innovation which overall improves the sugar profile that in turn bring better alcohol yield. It improves conversion of starch to dextrin, consequently dextrins to glucose.
Gluco amylase plus additional enzymes.
Hydrolysis carbohydrate polymers like starch, amylose, amylopectin into monomers & a wide variety of oligosaccharides into glucose or consumable form to reduce the un-fermentable residual quantity.