BIOACTIVATOR FOR YEASTS

DESCRIPTION

FERMACTIVE® Activateur Plus is a bio-activator for yeast, whitch contains di-Ammonium phosphate (DAP), purified cellulose and Vitamin B1 (Thiamine hydrochloride).

OENOLOGICAL USAGE

FERMACTIVE® Activateur Plus helps to activate and regulate the fermentation in the winemaking process. The product also supplies vitamins, nitrogenous substances, mineral salts to the yeast.

FERMACTIVE® Activateur Plus contains cellulose which makes it very suitable for musts with very low turbidity. The cellulose acts as a support for the yeast during the alcoholic fermentation.

The product delivers significant quantities of Vitamin B1 thus helping the development of the yeast.

PHISYCAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Moinsture: < 6%

Appearance: light white, fine powder

APPLICATION AND DOSAGE

FERMACTIVE® Activateur Plus can be used at the beginning of as well as during the alcoholic fermentation and also for the production of sparkling wines.

The product is dissolved in must or water and added in the fermentation tank.

APPLICATION

DOSAGE PER HECTOLITER

At the beginning of the fermentation

5-10 g/hl

During the fermentation process

5-10 g/hl

Sparkling wine

Max: 10 g/hl (ref: EU Dir. 423/2008)

The use of 10g/hl FERMACTIVE® Activateur Plus, corresponds to an addition of 60 mg/l of di-ammonium phosphate and 60 mg/hl of vitamin B1.

PACKAGE AND STORAGE

FERMACTIVE® Activateur Plus, is offerred in packages of 1 kg and 10 kg. Keep it in a cool and dry place away from direct sunlight. When the product is kept in cool (<15°C) dark and dry place in its original unopened package, it can be used up to 24 months after the production date.

Made in EU by Oenobiotech.

Product for food use, for professional and oenological use only, according to current legislation.

To the best of our knowledge, the information presented is accurate and complete. However, nothing herein contained shall be construed to imply any warranty or guarantee.

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