Textile auxiliary, Textile chemical biopolishing Acid Cellulase Enzyme

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Chemical Auxiliary Agent

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Chemical Auxiliary Agent

Other Names:

acidic enzyme water

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Guangdong China (Mainland)


Chemical Auxiliary Agent


Textile Auxiliary Agents

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GGL acidic Enzyme


Amber liquid

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GGL dosage:

0.3-1.5% (O.W.F)

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Packaging Detail:25kg or 200kg per plastic drum.
Delivery Detail:3-7 days


acid cellulase for biopolishing
concentrated cellulase for textile bio-polishing
high quality and perfect service


Fast remove cowboy hair Natural Cellulase Enzyme GGL


1.Fabric bio-polishing finishing acidic enzymes water
2.For cotton, cotton / polyester blended fabric bio-polishing finishing




GGL is a new generation of non pathogenic bacteria deep fermentation of a high quality, highly concentrated cellulase suitable for complex products with different biological polished style for cotton, cotton/polyester blended fabric bio-polishing finishing, but also for washing factory and dyeing factory direct.


GGL belongs to the genetic modification of acid cellulase, available in PH-5.5-7.0 conditions, anti-back of its outstanding advantages of excellent dyeability, and therefore particularly suitable for denim washing. Its anti-the back stick performance is the best in the similar acidic cellulase.




                                Appearance: Amber liquid


                                PH Value: 4.0-5.0


                                Vitality:≥13000 CMCU/mL


                               Compatibility: This product to the buffering agent, non-ionic surface active agent has a good compatibility.



[Direction for Usage]:


                                   GGL dosage:        0.3-1.5% (O.W.F)


                                   Bath ratio:             1:8-1:20


                                   Processing time:    30-60minutes


                                  Temperature:         45-55°C


                                  PH Value:              4.5-5.5




→ GGL suitable for cellulose fabric biopolishing finishing, the fabric surface clean, clean lines, greatly reducing pilling rates, effectively improve the fabric handle.


→ GGL according to the requirements of customers can produce different stone apparent effect, giving unique fermented wash denim fabric style.


→ Less strength loss, and good color, back contamination and cross color can be small, minimal lower shade changes.




Treatment effect is reached must be inactivated. Can through the addition of anhydrous sodium carbonate will increase PH value of 10, or up to 70°C, with 10 minutes.


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Can be stored for 6 months at 0-25°C in a sealed container, keep dry and avoid exposure to sunshine.


25kg or 200kg per plastic drum.

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