| Colour || brownish-typical |
| Density || 1,12gto 1,15g per ml |
| Activity || 1000 ±5% IMCU |
| pH || 5,00 to 5,30 |
| Preservative || E211 max 0,5% |
| Arsenic || < 3 ppm |
| Heavy metals as Pb || <30 ppm |
| Pb || < 5 ppm |
| Salt || 18% ± 5% |
| Water || 80% ± 5% |
| Enzymes || 2% ± 5% |
Sumizyme MMR TL is produced according to the pureness demands of the FAO/WHO conference of experts for food additives (JECFA), is according the Food Chemical Codex (FCC) and the guidelines for alimentary enzymes of the Scientific Comittee for Food (SCF).
| Aerobic mesophilic platecount || <1000/ml |
| Salt tolerant bacteria || <100/ml |
| Aerobic sporeformers || <100/ml |
| Yeasts/moulds || <10/ml |
| Anaerobic spore formers || <10/ml |
| Propionic acidbacteria || negative in1ml |
| Coliformbacteria || negative in1ml |
| Salmonella || negative in 25ml |
| Listeria || negative in 25ml |
| Staphylococcus Aureus || negative in 25ml |
The above details of the bacteriological analysis are only valid for correct storage at 0-7°C and for containers with their original seals.
- The dosage quantity is determined by the quantity of milk, the required process parameters and the enzyme concentration (pH, temperature, required coagulation time) and enzyme concentration. The standard dosage quantity varies between 3000 to 6000 IMCU per 100 liters of milk = 4 – 8 ml/100 liters. Sumizyme should be diluted into 10 to 20 times the amount of chlorine free cold water. The diluted coagulant must be added immediately into the milk while stirring for some minutes to distribute the coagulant properly in the milk.
Sumizyme MMR TL contains approximately 18% table- salt (NaCl) and 0,5% of Sodium-Benzoate and is therefore safe to utilize.
- As with all enzymes, Sumizyme MMR TL should also be stored at a dark place at a temperature of between 0°C and +8°C. For product storage times over 6 months the enzyme activity might fall by 1-2 % per month.
- Storage over the indicated date on the label does not necessarily mean that the product is unemployable. In this case for quality management reasons a check of the needed values is indispensably recommended.