Product launches in 2010


Audited by PwC

Eight new products were launched in 2010, starting in Q1 with Cellic® CTec2, a product allowing for cost-efficient conversion of cellulose to sugars. 

Q1 2010

Cellic® CTec2 – a unique and improved cellulase complex for cost-effective hydrolysis for commercial production of bioethanol from cellulosic feedstock. High conversion efficiency on acid and neutral pretreated feedstocks.

Q1 2010

Cellic® HTec2 – an improved hemicellulase complex for commercial production of ethanol from cellulosic feedstock that provides a hydrolysis boost option over Cellic CTec2, i.e., improves C5 sugar yields.

Q1 2010

Novamyl® Steam – an enzyme for the Chinese steamed bread market allowing longer-lasting freshness.

Q1 2010

BG Max™ – a combination of microorganisms and enzymes designed to maximize biogas potential and improve the efficiency of anaerobic wastewater systems.

Q2 2010

Spirizyme® Excel – a saccharification enzyme for the ethanol industry enabling higher conversion of starch into sugars and hence improving productivity for ethanol producers.

Q2 2010

Pectinex® Ultra AFP – a new generation of pectinases developed for secondary mash treatment to break down the cell wall of fruits, thus providing improved performance in fruit processing.

Q4 2010

XPect® – a new detergent enzyme targeting fruit, juice, and other pectin-based stains.

Q4 2010

Vinoflow® Max – a new concept for the wine industry, enabling the large wine producers to optimize filtration processes, thereby minimizing production losses.

 

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