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KDN Amylase is produced by Bacillus Licheniformis through submerged liquid fermentation. By efficiently hydrolysing α-1,4-glycosidic bonds in starch molecules and converting starch into short-chain dextrin of different lengths and a small amount of low molecular weight sugar, KDN Amylase can fully release the energy stored in starch and improve starch digestibility, thereby improving animal production performance and reducing feed costs.


1.  Compensate for the deficiency of endogenous amylase, promote the digestion of starch, improve the utilization rate of feed and enhance production performance;

2.  Advance the decomposition of structurally complex starch such as resistant starch, relieve or prevent diarrhea induced by resistant starch;

3.  Reduce feed costs by releasing more energy from feeds and allowing the use of more types of feed materials; 

4.  Narrow the quality gap between different batches of energy feedstuffs.


1.  Good GIT tolerance with optimum pH of 5.0 - 6.0, relative enzyme activity ≥80% at pH 4.5-6.5.

2.  Excellent heat stability, ≥90% activity remained after 3 min in 90 ℃ water bath.

3.  Good mobility, easy for feed processing and mixing.


10,000 U/g, 50,000 U/g, 100,000 U/g.

Recommended Dosage

100-200 g/ton feed, based on the activity of 10,000 U/g. 


Packaged in woven bags, 25 kg/bagor packaged according to customer requests.

Shelf Life
12 months.

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