How Do Enzymes Work?

Enzymes are biochemical digesters. Enzymes work by breaking apart large complex compounds (substrates) into smaller, more readily absorbed nutrients that the bacteria can absorb.

Each Enzyme (known as a key) is designed to unlock and break down a specific food source. So depending on what you need to break down you need a specific bacteria to produce that enzyme.

Why Do I Need To Use Enzymes?

With Today’s modern industry using harsh cleaning chemicals, high temperatures and speed of production most drains and treatment plants are at full capacity, so natural enzymes need a helping hand to cope with the high demand placed on them.

Anglo-net have blended a microbial range of products to help quickly break down all types of organic waste and odours.

At Anglo-Net we design our products to solve our customers needs and demands.


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