Glucodry 385

    DESCRIPTION

    A purified, dried glucose syrup obtained by hydrolysis of starch.


    SPECIFICATIONS

    MoistureMax 5 %
    Dextrose
    (on Dry Substance)
    Max 5 %
    Triose
    (on Dry Substance)
    16% typical
    Particle size% on sieve 53μm: 60%
    % on sieve 150μm: 15-40%
    % on sieve 250μm: Max 20%
    Conductivity
    (28 Brix)
    Max 100 μS/cm
    DE
    (Lane-Eynon)
    36 to 40
    Sodium (Na)Typical Max 150mg/kg
    Chloride (Cl)Typical Max 80mg/kg
    Sulphur Dioxide (SO2)Max 10 mg/kg
    Bulk Densitycompacted: 750-900g/dm3
    Loose: 600-750g/dm3
    pH4 to 5.5
    CadmiumTypical Max 0.1mg/kg
    Sulphated ashMax 0.1 %
    ArsenicTypical Max 0.2mg/kg
    LeadTypical Max 0.1mg/kg
    Sugar
    (Higher - on Dry Substance)
    41.5% typical
    Maltose
    (on Dry Substance)
    37 to 43%
    MercuryTypical Max 0.1 mg/kg
    Black SpecksMax 10 /100g
    Heat
    (Capacity)
    Typical 2.22J/g°C
    LabellingDried glucose syrup labelling is advised
    PackagingNett 25kg, Nett 1000kg, bulk carrier
    Shelf lifeStore in a clean and dry environment, away from odorous materials, at Max 60% relative humidity and 20°C

    MICROBIOLOGICAL

    ColiformsAbsent
    YeastsMax 100 /10g
    MouldsMax 100 /10g
    Mesophilic BacteriaMax 1000 /10g
    SalmonellaAbsent / 25g
    Escherichia ColiAbsent/10g
    Pesticides
    (Organophospho / Organochloro / Organonitro)
    Max 0.01 mg/kg
    FungiAflatoxines - B1: Typical Max 2μg/kg
    Aflatoxines - B1+B2+G1+G2: Max 4μg/kg
    Ochratoxine - A: Max 3μg/kg


    Direct Food Ingredients will ensure that any material supplied this specification will confirm to the above physical and chemical properties. However, we have no control over the use of the material and can accept no responsibility for problems caused by the customer's failure to ensure the material supplied is suitable for the intended use.

    This specification has been last modified on Tue 11 January 2011 (368)

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