The mechanism of action of the degradation of hazardous substances by Ensynox organic enzymes.
The organic matter degrades the microorganisms present to the aliphatic chain state and degraded to the hydrolytic single-bonded radical -OH to alpha or beta chain carbon and subsequent cleavage.
The liberated hydrogen is oxidized to water, and upon the entry of two more water molecules, the carbons are converted to carbon dioxide and the reactions proceed smoothly, forming shorter and shorter chains until they become water-soluble, ceasing to be dangerous in the water.
Carbon dioxide as one of the end products is cannot be considered a harmful greenhouse gas, because the majority part of it used by phytoplankton and photosynthesizing plant-like microorganisms in the freshwater basin ecosystems in their photosynthesizing process while they produce oxygen. The other beneficial factor of the enzyme-bioremediation agent (called Brainsynox), calcium-rich powder. When the powder formula releases the enzyme and calcium to the aquatic environment on the bottom, the water replenished with calcium. Because calcium has a key role in the photosynthesis process, therefore the usage of carbon dioxide will be intense.
Enzymes cleave their substrate so that they combine with it into a so-called enzyme-substrate complex and then the enzyme and product are formed from this connection. The reaction is balanced it continues until the amount of substrate and product is the same (equimolar).
When the enzymes break down these substances into water-soluble fumes, they will no longer endanger the environment, because the water circulation can dilute them to the point of loss. However, this disturbs the mentioned undesirable balance and the process is repeated until the whole substrate – contaminant is decomposed.
Our greatest passion is to clean up our aquatic ecosystems — the oceans, lakes, rivers, and canals — to make them liveable, viable, healthy environments for people and wildlife.
The Ensynox enzyme reacts with harmful substances such as the toxins of red tide or blue-green algae and neutralizes them, transforming them into harmless material in the biodegradation process.
There are several reasons causing problems in our waters such as high levels of phosphates and nitrates from agricultural lands and industrial, sewage, disasters, oil-spills, etc.