The best known field of use of hydrolyzed collagen is undoubtedly the orthopaedic one, thanks to its properties which are considered valid against various joint diseases, but its field of use is much wider. Hydrolysed collagen is obtained through a hydrolysis process, the purpose of which is to fragment the collagen into fragments with a lower molecular weight so that it is more easily absorbed. This product is currently being used more and more widely in the cosmetic, veterinary and nutraceutical sectors.
Hydrolyzed collagen, how it is obtained
Hydrolysed collagen is obtained by a process of hydrolysis of collagen type I and therefore allows to obtain a natural product that contains more than 97% protein. The collagen chains are hydrolysed by producing peptides, which therefore have a high degree of bioavailability.
Quality hydrolysed products, even beyond collagen
For a product to be of quality, it must be produced according to all the criteria that can contribute to maximum yield. Our line of natural and innovative hydrolysates, characterized by antimicrobial and prebiotic activities, is widely used in the veterinary, nutraceutical and cosmetic sectors.
As far as the use in the veterinary sector is concerned, we can produce a hydrolysate with antimicrobial and broad-spectrum antimicrobial activity also against antibiotic resistant microorganisms.
The hydrolysate for the nutraceutical sector has a prebiotic activity, therefore it favours positive intestinal flora and fights against the negative one.
In the cosmetic sector, on the other hand, the hydrolysate we propose is active against a broad spectrum of microorganisms, especially those that can cause dandruff and acne.
An automated production system
Our pilot areas for hydrolysed collagen production allow for large-scale production because we use an automated system. This makes it possible to obtain a high quality product quickly.
Thanks to automation, human error rates are practically absent, so an excellent product can be guaranteed.