BioConvert – DXTR HTL(Dextranase Enzyme for Sugar Industry)


BioConvert – DXTR HTL is a liquid Dextranase Enzyme produced from a selected strain of a Non-GMO Fungal spp. It hydrolyses the alpha (1, 6) glucosidic bond contained in dextran to release either glucose or isomaltose or isomalto-oligosaccharides.


BioConvert - DXTR HTL is used in the Sugar processing Industry. In sugar production dextrans are undesirable compounds increasing the viscosity of the flow and reducing industrial recovery, bringing about significant losses. The use of dextranase enzyme is the most efficient method for hydrolyzing the dextrans at sugar mills.

BioConvert – DXTR HTL offers the following benefits:
Modification in final molasses purity.
Increase in clarity of juice and final yield.
Increase in extraction capacity due to faster filtration rate.
Fast viscosity reduction.


Appearance Liquid
Color Amber
Operative pH range 3.5 - 7.5
Operative Temperature range 30°C - 100°C
Solubility Soluble in water


The activity can be customized according to performance requirements or current use.

The initial recommended dosage is 5 – 7.5 PPM. The optimum dosage needs to be standardized on basis of trials only.

It conforms to the quality specifications as recommended by JECFA / FCC for food enzymes.

It is available in 50 KG HDPE Drums.

Cool & dry conditions are recommended. Extended storage or adverse conditions may lead to higher dosage requirement.

It can be stored in closed container up to six months at 25°C.

Enzyme preparation belongs to protein, which may induce sensitization and or cause allergic reactions in sensitive individuals. Prolonged contact may cause minor irritation for skin, eyes or mucous membrane of nose, so any direct contact with the human body should be avoided. If irritation or allergic response for skin or eyes develops,consult a doctor. MSDS is available on request.

As each country has its own specific food regulations, the user is requested to ensure that the enzymatic preparation complies with the applicable legislation.