Amylase, Powder

Achieve® Advance 150 T

Achieve® Advance 150 T for automatic dishwash effectively removes starch soils even in shorter, cooler cycles and high-soil washes. 

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About Achieve® Advance 150 T

Amylases target starch. Tough food soils that contain starch include sauces and gravies, dough and batter residues and casseroles with rice, pasta or potatoes. Amylases break down the starch in these stains, making them easier to lift away from tableware and cookware. That’s why amylases are crucial to the performance consumers demand from their automatic dishwasher detergent. 

Achieve® Advance 150 T is a compact amylase that provides superior performance at a much lower dose, making it compatible with compact detergent formats. It’s effective on high levels of starch soiling, even at eco-mode settings and in shorter and cooler cycles. It’s also tough enough to withstand exposure to high temperatures, humidity and bleach.

  • Designed for tough conditions

    When exposed to higher temperatures, humidity or bleach over longer periods, most enzymes will lose some of the stability that makes them effective. Because dishwash formulations contain bleach and may face hot and humid conditions on their journey to consumers, we developed this product with robust Evity® coating technology. The result is high stability for consistent performance, even after exposure to tough conditions.

  • Performs well at eco-mode settings

    As consumers become more environmentally conscious, many are choosing eco-mode dishwasher programs. This product boosts the soil-removal power of your formulation for high performance at these settings, even on highly soiled loads.

  • Performs well in shorter and cooler cycles

    Whether called fast, express, quick or rapid, short cycles are becoming a standard feature on automatic dishwashers. This fast-acting product has been developed for suitability to these cycles. That helps your detergents to give time-pressed consumers the speed and convenience they demand. It is also suited to the cooler cycles - below 45°C - that are becoming more popular with consumers.