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Sludge and algae reduction
Lift station grease and oil treatment
Speed up household waste decomposition
Hydrocarbon oil digestion
Commercial Prawn ,Shrimp and Trout farming probiotic
Milk processing waste
Winery and fruit processing oxidation ponds
Sludge and algae reduction
Organic waste and sewage bioaugmentation
Ammonia build up in waste waster lagoons

Biotechnology, and in particular the process of bioaugmentation, attempts to harness natures power to serve industry. All organic material is eventually broken down, to be returned to the environment in elemental form. This natural process is undertaken by a number of methods, the most important being the action of microbes.

Micro-organisms are too small to ingest large organic molecules, and will therefore try to pre digest their food source in their immediate environment. The small nutrients produced are then easily absorbed through the cell membrane. These are converted to water and carbon dioxide (CO2) as they are metabolised to provide the microbe with energy. Extra-cellular digestion is undertaken by enzymes that are secreted by the bacteria. An enzyme is a biological catalyst (derived from a living organism) that will accelerate the rate of a biochemical reaction without being changed themselves or taking part in this reaction.
Enzymes are specific to the type of reaction they catalyse and the substrates that they act on. A couple of important examples of this are

Bacterial Amylase - In simpler terms the amylase cleaves the molecular bond of long chain carbohydrates (starch) to yield smaller molecules (glucose monomers).
Lipase - breaks down animal and plant fats, oils and grease.
Protease (Subtilisin) hydrolyses the peptide bonds of proteins, producing short polypeptides and free amino acids. Protease breaks down proteins.
Cellulase - hydrolysis the bonds of cellulose which is the main constitute of all plant cell walls.
-Glucanase - helps break down beta-linked glucose polymers often associated with grains.

Enzymes are organic chemicals and not living cell and therefore are unable to reproduce themselves. Bacteria are the source of these catalytic chemicals. The synergistic blends of organisms employed in our products were selected for their ability to produce these, as well as other, important extra-cellular enzymes that operate on specific substrates. They were also selected for their ability to reproduce exponentially.

It should be noted that as these are living organisms. Their reproduction is influenced by variables in their environment such as temperature, food source, pH and oxygen level. If conditions in the environment change, then the bacteria form spores. Sporalation is a means by which the bacteria protect themselves. The organisms in microbial products are stabilised after fermentation by forcing them to form spores allowing for safe distribution and a good shelf life. All of our products are biodegradable and non toxic to the environment or humans.

The following options are available.

Concentrated Bulk Powder Products
These products are sold as bulk powders and vary depending on the customers requirements like CFU/gram and initial packaging such as water soluble pouches. The products attract various discounts based on volumes purchased.

Concentrated Bulk Liquid Products
These are highly concentrated liquid products that are usually diluted down and packaged by the customer into smaller quantities for resale. The products attract various discounts based on volumes purchased.

Finished Product
These products are packaged as a finished product with the customers own brand name, packaging and support information.

 

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