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LAKASA Biomatic Liquid Enzyme
LAKASA Biomatic Liquid Enzyme is a blend of highly specialized microorganisms (multiple strain) designed specifically to promote rapid degradation of excessive, difficult to digest organic waste. These organic wastes include grease, fats and oils (FOG), detergents, starches, protein, cellulose and hydrocarbons. With the introduction of LAKASA Biomatic Liquid Enzyme, FOG is converted into harmless compounds of CO2 (carbon dioxide) and H2O (water). It is an effective pre-treatment for organic waste to prevent it from passing over to the municipal wastewater system.
Characteristic of LAKASA Biomatic Enzyme Concentrate
LAKASA Biomatic Enzyme is designed for use to enhance the decomposition (degradation) of organic waste compounds in food processing wastewater treatment.
|Bacillus subtilis (3 strains)
|Bacillus subtilis (3 strains)
||Superior producer of protease, amylase, cellulase and lipase enzyme activity
||Excellent producer of protease and amylase activity and requires facultative condition for growth
||Excellent producer of protease, lipase and cellulase activity and requires facultative condition for growth
||Excellent producer of lipase activity and requires facultative condition for growth
||Protease, Amylase, cellulase, Pectinase, Beta glucanase, xylanase and lipase
||Essential nutrient and amino acid complexes
(i) Effectively and rapidly reduce/eliminate BOD and COD in wastewater.
(ii) Decomposes and permanently converts organic wastes into water soluble compounds.
(iii) Keeps drain lines flowing smoothly; reduces the amount of pumpouts.
(iv) Non-corrosive: will not damage drain lines & grease interceptor
(v) Controls and reduces odors
(vi) Contains no polluting phosphates
(vii) Non-toxic, Non-pathogenic (non-disease causing)
(viii) Environmentally safe & friendly
Biodegradation Process Summary
Why Biomatic Enzyme is NOT working in some cases
I. Inadequate dosage.
II. Inappropriate dosing time – the water temperature might be too high or the enzyme might have been flushed
out before it has enough time to react.
III. The grease content might be too high for biological process. In this case, manual cleaning is required once
a month or more frequent if needed.
IV. Inadequate oxygen for microbe to perform, additional aeration might be required, especially for large
V. Wastewater might be too acidic or contains high chlorine mixture which can kill microbes.
|Enzyme Dosage |
||Starter dose (ml)
||Monthly dose (litres)
||up to 80 ||90 ||0.6 ||1.8
||80 – 150 ||90 ||0.6 ||1.8
||150 – 250 ||180 ||1.0 ||2.7
||250 – 300 ||180 ||1.0 ||2.7
||300 – 400 ||270 ||1.5 ||3.6
||400 – 600 ||360 ||1.8 ||4.5
||600 – 1000 ||450 ||2.0 ||5.4
||1000 – 2000 ||540 ||2.0 ||5.4
||2000 – 3000 ||900 ||3.0 ||9.0
|LK2200 to LK2500
||3000 and above ||1080 ||3.6 ||10.8
Wastewater from main kitchen always contain high % of grease, whereas those from hand washing sink / basin
and secondary centralized Grease Interceptor usually does not have much grease and oil.
For best performance
1. Follow the initial and daily dosing procedures.
2. Optimum dosing time is 1 hour after kitchen closes.
3. Do not discharge very hot water into the interceptor immediately before or immediately after dosing.
4. Do not discharge chlorine, strong caustics, concentrated disinfectants, bleach or sanitizers into the interceptor.
5. Do not deliberately discharge cooking oil or grease into the interceptor.
|Appearance : ||Green liquid
|Odour : ||Pleasantly perfumed
|pH : ||8.2 – 8.8
|Effective pH range : ||5.5 – 9.0
|Effective temperature : ||5 – 50°C
|Stability : ||2 years
During the first few weeks of dosing operation, regular inspection of the internal condition of the interceptor
should be conducted to gauge the performance of the dosage. If a thickening of the contents is noted, with a distinct caking effect across the surface, or an offensive, pungent odour is emitted, then gradually increase the suggested dosage rate to compensate. If the contents appear to remain in a minimal semi-liquid state with little or no odour, this indicates successful degradation of the grease. Whenever tank is cleaned, the initial dosing
procedure must be repeated.
Health & Safety
The Lakasa biomatic liquid enzyme concentrate is safe in normal use. The biologically active nature of the
product may cause skin irritation in some cases. It is essential that rubber gloves are worn at all times.
||Should the concentrate come in contact with skin, wash with plenty of clean water.
||If the concentrate splashes into the eyes or is rubbed in by hand, flush eyes with plenty of clean running water.
||Avoid ingesting the concentrate but should an accident occur, wash mouth thoroughly with water. Do not induce vomiting. Drink plenty of water or milk. Seek medical advice immediately after the initial treatment has been given.
This product should be stored, handled and used in accordance with good industrial hygiene practices. The information contained herein is based on the present state of our knowledge and is intended to describe all products from the point of view of health and safety requirements. It should not therefore be construed as guaranteeing specific properties.
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