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Two ground-breaking low temperature enzymes for textile industry
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Apr '10
AB Enzymes announced the expansion of its portfolio of products with the arrival of two new enzymes for the Textile industry.

BIOTOUCH XC300- A new break-through Enzyme enabling Low Temperature Finishing
BIOTOUCH XC300 has been especially developed for the Bio-finishing of garments at low temperatures and neutral pH values. These characteristics result in energy savings and greater convenience for garment finishers by eliminating the costs involved in heating water and adjusting pH values.

“The new BIOTOUCH XC300 is a high performance enzyme for formulators looking for strong depilling capabilities and good colour retention at low temperature finishing conditions”, explains Pentti Ojapalo, Business Unit Manager, Technical Enzymes.

ECOSTONE CZYME 50 - Great results for Low Temperature Denim Finishing
ECOSTONE CZYME 50 has been especially developed for Denim Finishing at low temperatures to create a fashionable grey cast and high contrast with only limited colour change and strength loss. ECOSTONE CZYME 50 is the perfect choice for modern denim finishing providing good results in both Belly washers and Front loaders. “ECOSTONE CZYME 50 allows formulators to offer their laundry customers greater value by enabling the laundries to wash at low temperatures, thus providing them with substantial energy savings while at the same time benefiting the environment”,stated Pentti Ojapalo, Business Unit Manager, Technical Enzymes.

AB Enzymes is one of the world's oldest and best known Enzyme companies, who form part of the ABF Ingredients group of companies. ABF Ingredients is a division of Associated British Foods focusing on high value ingredients for both food and non-food areas and comprises a range of ingredient companies which include AB Enzymes, ABITEC, Ohly and PGP International.

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