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The Ronozyme® P product range is belonging to the older generation phytase products from the DSM/Novozymes alliance. The DSM/Novozymes alliance has introduced new phytase product like Ronozyme NP and Ronozyme HiPhos. 

Ronozyme® P is available both in dry and liquid forms.

Ronozyme® P products:

Ronozyme® P5000 (CT) (Coated thermotolerant granulate)
Ronozyme® P20000 (L) (Liquid)

Table 1. Technical specifications  Ronozyme P5000 (CT)

EU category Zootechnical additive
Functional group of additives Digestibility enhancer
Active substance 6-phytase (EC 3.1.3.26)
Phytase activity in the product 5000 FYT/g
EU approval, minimum content No maximum content for any of the animal categories below
Pigs for breeding: 750 FYT/kg feed 
Other pigs: 500 FYT/kg feed
Minor porcine species for breeding: 750 FYT/kg feed
Other porcine species: 500 FYT/kg feed
Poultry for breeding and laying: 300 FYT/kg feed
Other poultry: 250 FYT/kg feed
End of period of EU authorisation Pigs for breeding, other pigs, minor porcine species for breeding, other porcine species, poultry for breeding and laying, other poultry: 16 March 2021
Salmonids: 25 March 2021
EU code 4a1641(i)
Production organism Aspergillus oryzae (DSM 14223)
Donor organism Peniophora lycii
Product storage stability Retained 98, 91 and 72 % of the activity when stored for 12 months at 10, 25 and 35 °C, respectively.
Storage stability in feed In pelleted feed 80 % of the initial activity was retained when the feed was stored at 25 °C for three months.
Heat stability All phytase activity remained when the feed was pelleted at 70 °C. Higher pelleting temperatures at 80 and 90 °C showed a loss of activity of 14 % and 20 %, respectively.
Package size 20 kg multi walled paper sacks
Handling May cause sensitisation by inhalation. Avoid contact with skin.
Producer Novozymes  DSM

Table 2. Technical specifications Ronozyme P20000 (L)

EU category Zootechnical additive
Functional group of additives Digestibility enhancer
Active substance 6-phytase (EC 3.1.3.26)
Phytase activity in the product 20,000 FYT/g
EU approval No maximum content for any of the animal categories below
Pigs for breeding: 750 FYT/kg feed 
Other pigs: 500 FYT/kg feed
Minor porcine species for breeding: 750 FYT/kg feed
Other porcine species: 500 FYT/kg feed
Poultry for breeding and laying: 300 FYT/kg feed
Other poultry: 250 FYT/kg feed
End of period of EU authorisation Pigs for breeding, other pigs, minor porcine species for breeding, other porcine species, poultry for breeding and laying, other poultry: 16 March 2021
Salmonids: 25 March 2021
EU code 4a1641(i)
Production organism Aspergillus oryzae (DSM 14223)
Donor organism Peniophora lycii
Product storage stability Retained 90, 72 and 41 % activity when stored for 12 months at 10, 25 and 35°C, respectively.
Storage stability in feed When the product was sprayed onto pelleted feed no loss in phytase activity could be observed after three months at 25 and 35 96 % of the initial activity was retained when the feed was stored at 25 and 35°C
Heat stability Only applicable post-pelleting
Handling Avoid contact with skin.
Producer Novozymes  DSM

List of references

EFSA (2004). Opinion of the scientific panel on additives and products or substances used in animal feed on the safety of the change of strain of the producing micro-organism of the enzyme preparation Bio-Feed Phytase. The EFSA Journal (2004) 66, 1-11

EU (2011). Commission Regulation (EC) No 171/2011 of 23 February 2011 concerning the authorisation of 6-phytase (EC 3.1.3.26) produced by Aspergillus oryzae DSM 14223 as a feed additive for poultry and porcine species and amending Regulation (EC) No 255/2005 (holder of the authorisation DSM Nutritional Products Sp. z o.o). Official Journal of the European Union, L49/11

EU (2011).
Commission Regulation (EC) No 221/2011 of 4 March 2011 concerning the authorisation of 6-phytase (EC 3.1.3.26) produced by Aspergillus oryzae DSM 14223 as a feed additive for salmonids (holder of the authorisation DSM Nutritional Products Ltd represented by DSM Nutritional Products Sp. Z. o.o). Official Journal of the European Union. L 60/3-5

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