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Biocatalysts

Source: PRD Tech, Inc.
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Biocatalysts are combination of enzymes, mineral nutrients, biosurfactants and fatty acids which enhance both aerobic and anaerobic biodegradation of organics. Enzymes are critical to the biodegradation pathway, facilitating the transfer of organic contaminants into the cell through the cell walls, and promoting the breakdown of the carbon backbone in the chemical structure of the contaminant.

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Tech Sheet: Biocatalytic Treatment Of Odors

Biocatalysts are combination of enzymes, mineral nutrients, biosurfactants and fatty acids which enhance both aerobic and anaerobic biodegradation of organics. Enzymes are critical to the biodegradation pathway, facilitating the transfer of organic contaminants into the cell through the cell walls, and promoting the breakdown of the carbon backbone in the chemical structure of the contaminant. Mineral nutrients are essential for microbial growth providing major nutrients, such as phosphorus and nitrogen, as well as micro-nutrients, such as iron and manganese. Biosurfactants, produced by active bacteria, facilitate the transfer of the organics to the cell. Fatty acids, a major constituent of cell walls, accelerate the production of cells, by providing a readily usable raw material for the cell to manufacture cell walls.

PRD, Inc. has a unique biocatalyst, PRD-BIOSPEEDUP, which is capable of accelerating biological degradation reactions in bioreactors, soils, sediments, and in biofilters. The acceleration effect has been demonstrated for both aerobic and anaerobic reactions. Typical dosage of the biocatalyst is sub-ppm levels in aqueous systems for the above benefits to be realized.

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Tech Sheet: Biocatalytic Treatment Of Odors