Repeated requests from the market led to the development of MethaPract® CG on the basis of the well proven MethaPract® CS profile.
The extended enzyme activity spectrum of MethaPract® CG takes into account difficult to attack hemicelluloses from different types of grass and cereals and consistently reduces the viscosity in the fermenter.
MethaPract® CG facilitates substrate change, especially when maize silage is replaced by other silages (e.g. green rye, oats, triticale).
The enhanced enzyme activity profile of MethaPract® CG acts both in the aqueous phase and on solid substrate components. This reduces the water binding capacity of hemicelluloses and pectins and softens the surfaces of solids. Fibre components become glidable, preventing the formation of layers in the fermenter.
Presence of floating layers which will impact plant performance and result in higher energy use for agitation and a potentially catastrophic and immovable digestate, resulting in fermentation failure and mechanical intervention.
Improved viscosity reduction resulting in smooth and removal of floating layers providing stable plant performance, irrespective of feedstock.