Hidrolisis Pati dari Empulur Sagu dan Ampas Sagu untuk Produksi Sirup Glukosa
Wahidin, Imam Muttaqien
Sunarti, Titi Candra
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Sago starch is extracted from the pith of sago trunk, while sago hampas is solid waste generated sago starch processing. Sago hampas still contained some starch which depends on the extraction technique. In glucose syrup production, only starch components are hydrolysis by using acid and enzyme. The objectives of this research are to investigate the direct hydrolysis of sago pith and utilization of sago hampas for glucose syrup production, compared to native sago starch. The results showed the high amount of starch in sago pith (86,0%) and sago hampas (55,3%). Glucose syrup produced from enzymatic hydrolysis has higher dextrose content (DE 71-74) compared to acid hydrolysis (DE 33-42). Glucose syrup produced from sago pith and sago hampas have similar characteristic with glucose syrup produced from native sago starch, but with lower yield.