The origin of the contaminating microorganisms has been traced to the soil adhering to the sugarcane stalks and leaves.

Upon harvesting, the cut ends of the cane stalks are open to microbial infection originating not only from the soil and surrounding plant matter, but also from the contact with contaminated cane knives.

During sugarcane processing most of the microorganisms which infect the cane stalks are washed off into the extracted juice this is an excellent substrate for microorganisms in which they utilize the sucrose for growth with the concomitant excretion of their metabolic products (acids, alcohols and polysaccharides) into the surrounding environment.

It has been proved that starch slows down the filtration of sugar liquor in the refining of sugar. It is claimed that it exerts a considerable influence on the viscosity that it might double the viscosity. Further it is well known that starch retards the rate of crystallization of sucrose.


  • Competent Degradation of starch into dextran and glucose
  • Reduced color Formation leads to lowering refining needs
  • Reduced over all process costs


  • Prolonged use is seen to improve in ICUMSA.
  • Reduced starch losses.
  • Improves evaporation efficiency.


  • Competent degradation of dextrin
  • Improved in clarity of juice clarifier
  • Increased sugar quality and process efficiency


  • Improves clarification and crystallization of sucrose.
  • Reduces over all viscosity and ensures improved pan boiling.
  • Reduction in final molasses purity and molasses to sugar cane ratio.


  • Assured increase in the yield (300-500g per MT of cane)
  • Prolonged use is seen to improve in ICUMSA.
  • Reduces contamination.


  • Improvement in filterability.
  • Reduced color formation leads to lowering refining needs reducing overall process costs.
  • A guarantee that production process will always run smoothly and efficiently.


  • An enzymatic solution for sulphur-free sugar refining
  • Ensures the quality of the sugar within acceptable regulatory limits globally
  • Increases purity of molasses to be used for ethanol and biogas production


  • Increases productivity by minimizing the raw material losses
  • Also helps to reduce the foul smell in sugar effluent
  • Reduces overall process cost


  • It is used for reduction BOD, COD levels
  • Helps to reduce the sludge volume odour and colour in the effluent and sewage treatment
  • Increase in pH


  • Bacterial oxidation of the liquid phase will be faster and more complete
  • Digester will operate evenly and uniformly
  • Easier to balance the treatment system