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Specific Food Grade Sodium Gluconate In The Use Of The Process
- Sep 18, 2017 -

Specific Food Grade Sodium Gluconate in the use of the process
    Food Grade Sodium Gluconate We all know that it is by its various types of starch as raw material, the enzymatic process low degree of control hydrolysis, purification, drying made. The raw material is starchy corn, rice and so on. It can also be refined starch, such as corn starch, wheat starch, tapioca starch and so on. It has the characteristics of low sweetness, no smell, easy digestion, low heat, good solubility, little fermentation, good filling effect, good moisture absorption, strong thickening, good carrier, good stability and difficult to deteriorate.
    What is his benefit to the human body?
    Food Grade Sodium Gluconate also contains large amounts of polysaccharides that can be used as supplements for carbohydrates.
    Also because it also contains calcium, iron and other beneficial to the human body trace elements and minerals, can add the body of the lack of trace elements, and can promote the body's normal material metabolism.
     Authentic Food Grade Sodium Gluconate product color is white or yellow crystalline particles or powder, depending on the purity of a certain change. Or some white / brown crystalline particles or powder is also a regular Food Grade Sodium Gluconate, specifically how to analyze the simple method is to try to choose the regular packaging and large-scale manufacturers of enterprises, the general production and sales of chemical products have a strict testing standards, Products are generally not fake, but the purity of the points.
    Select the Food Grade Sodium Gluconate, the main note is to pay attention to the purchase of product quality and purity. If the content of arsenic is less than or equal to 1ppm / ax, the lead salt content is less than or equal to 0.001%, and the sulfate content is less than or equal to the content of the salt, and the content of the salt is less than or equal to the content of the salt. Equal to 0.05%, the chloride content is less than or equal to 0.07%, the reducing matter content is less than or equal to 0.5%, etc., which are within the reference range of Food Grade Sodium Gluconate impurities.
    Specific Food Grade Sodium Gluconate in the use of the process, we often encounter customers ask how to do a good job of Food Grade Sodium Gluconate products, how can we ensure that our products in a reliable and safe construction value range, to meet the construction standards Claim? This answer is no accurate answer, because and any chemical products, Food Grade Sodium Gluconate products in view of the differences in the environment, the role of play also have differences, such as the temperature level, ingredients will affect the role of the product play, so There is no precise answer, we need to use more time to understand the current environmental factors, large-scale use before the small number of small-scale experiments will be better, the role of more accurate.
 Food Grade Sodium Gluconate As we are now familiar with a food additive, we only know that it is finished, but do not know its production process, today we will briefly introduce the Food Grade Sodium Gluconate production process
    Food Grade Sodium Gluconate is also known as water-soluble dextrin or enzymatic dextrin. It is a variety of starch as raw material, the enzymatic process of low degree of control hydrolysis, purification, drying made. The raw material is starchy corn, rice and so on. It can also be refined starch, such as corn starch, wheat starch, tapioca starch and so on.
    Food Grade Sodium Gluconate production process acid, acid enzyme and enzymatic three. Which because of the difficulty of acid filtration, poor solubility of the product, generally rarely used. Although the acid enzyme method is better, but not suitable for direct use of starchy raw materials (such as corn, potato), and enzymology is the most suitable of the three processes. The production process is: starch → pulp → the first liquefaction → high temperature off the enzyme → the second liquefaction → enzyme decolorization → filtration → ion exchange → concentration → spray drying → products.