Enzymes in the fermentation process accelerate the process of decomposition of complex organic compounds. The main source of this type of compounds are substrates of plant origin, e.g. cellulose, xylose. Without the appropriate enzymes, these substrates are broken down to a small extent, resulting in a concentration of the fermentation mass and increasing the viscosity, which in turn may lead to problems with mixing and pumping and the appearance of a scum that hinders the degassing of the fermenter. The addition of suitable enzymes accelerates the breakdown of complex organic compounds into simple compounds that are more easily broken down by bacteria and the enzymes they produce. The result is better fermentation of substrates and lower concentration of fermentation mass, resulting in reduced costs and greater biogas production.
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