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Jurnal Pengolahan Hasil Perikanan Indonesia
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JPHPI publishes manuscripts in the field of marine post-harvest, aquatic biotechnology, aquatic biochemistry, aquatic product diversification, and characteristic of aquatic raw materials. In addition, JPHPI also publishes research about aquatic product quality, standardization, and other researches within the field of aquatic product technology.
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Quality Changes of Tilapia Fish (O. niloticus) by Killing Techniques and Gutting during Low Storage Temperature Munandar, Aris; Nurjanah, .; Nurilmala, Mala
Jurnal Pengolahan Hasil Perikanan Indonesia Vol 12, No 2 (2009): Jurnal Pengolahan Hasil Perikanan Indonesia
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Killing and gutting treatment at low storage temperature (0-5 oC) on tilapia fish (O. niloticus) showed significant results on the subjective test (organoleptic) and objectives (TPC/Total Plate Count, pH, and TVB/Total Volatile Base). The A1B2 treatment (dead pricker, gutting) gare the best quality, and this could he maintained for 10 days. Tilapia fish could be consumed up to-10 days because the number of bacteria at the end of the storage prevent reached 9.7x105 colonies/g. TVB value generated at the end of the storage period reached 20.45 mg N/g with some fluctuation of pH value during the storage. The quality of tilapia fish could maintain with the combination of treatment and storage at low temperature (0-5 oC).Keywords: chilling, fish quality, tilapia
The Utilization of Chitosan on Fishery Industrial Wastewater Treatment Ibrahim, Bustami; Suptijah, Pipih; Prantommy, .
Jurnal Pengolahan Hasil Perikanan Indonesia Vol 12, No 2 (2009): Jurnal Pengolahan Hasil Perikanan Indonesia
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Highly organic substances contained within fishery industrial wastewater will pollute the environment when it flows into public water body without any previous treatment. Chitosan is polymersubstance extracted from shrimp shell which is able to wrap solid particles suspended in liquids and bring them together and agglomerate makes it suitable as a coagulant aid. The objective of this research was to study the effectiveness of chitosan in order to decrease pollutant parameter in the fishery industrial wastewater. The quality of chitosan used during this research confirmed to Protan Laboratory standard. Results showed that chitosan as a coagulant has good performance in pH range of 6.6-6.8 and at concentration of 175-225 ppm. Within these conditions, chitosan could decrease turbidity value 94.33%-95.17%, TSS (Total Suspended Solids) 95.10%-95.82%, BOD (Biochemical Oxygen Demand) 72.09%-79%, COD (Chemical Oxygen Demand) 76.72%-79.40%, TKN (Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen) 12.50%-27.82%, NH3 80.84%-82.56%, NO2-N 47.69%-54.74%, NO3-N 19.39%-40.14%. The best chitosan concentration to use was at 200 ppm. The quality of effluent produced confirmed to Standard Regulation Indonesian Ministry of Environmental for Standard of Industrial Wastewater no.:KEP-51/MENLH/10/1995.Keywords: chitosan, coagulant, fishery industrial wastewater treatment
Financial Analysis of Surimi Processing by Modern and Semi-Modern Scale Djazuli, Nazori; Wahyuni, Mita; Monintja, Daniel; Purbayanto, Ari
Jurnal Pengolahan Hasil Perikanan Indonesia Vol 12, No 2 (2009): Jurnal Pengolahan Hasil Perikanan Indonesia
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Development of surimi processing in the industry regions which have huge potential of rawmaterial, can be done through aiming at the business feasibility existed either by modern surimi processingbusiness as weel as semi modern. In general, theaim of this research is to analyze the feasibility business ofsurimi processing either by modern surimi processing business or semi modern. Sampling of surimiprocessing business for modern surimi processing was located in Pekalongan, Central Java Province andsemi modern surimi processing was located in Pulau Moro, Riau Island Province. Data collection was doneby questionnaire and interview to stakeholders of surimi processing industry. Method of analysis wascarried out by using criteria of financial feasibility i.e. Payback Period (PB), Net Present Value (NPV),Internal Rate of Return (IRR), Profitable Index (PI), Net B/C, and Break Event Point (BEP). Result ofresearch showed that surimi processing business either by modern surimi processing business or semimodern is feasible shown from (1) Value of NPV for PT. A is Rp.22,647,400,670 and PT.B isRp.29,866,797,485 for 10 years, (2) Value of IRR at surimi business in PT.A is 49.28% and PT.B is56.11%, (3) PT. A needs 2 years 1 month and 6 days to return the investment that has been invested insurimi processing, meanwhile PT.B needs 1 year 10 months and 6 days, (4) Value of profitability indexPT.A is 2.43 and PT.B is 2.78, and (5) figure of Net B/C Ratio PT.A is 1.89, and PT.B has figure of NetB/C Ratio 1.58.Keywords : financial feasibility, surimi product
Application Of Carrageenan In Making of Skin Lotion Erungan, Anna Carolina; Purwaningsih, Sri; Anita, Syeni Budi
Jurnal Pengolahan Hasil Perikanan Indonesia Vol 12, No 2 (2009): Jurnal Pengolahan Hasil Perikanan Indonesia
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The objective of the study is to utilize carrageenan into skin lotion making as a thickener, stabiliser, emulsifier and humectan. The concentration of carrageenan that used were 0%, 1%, 2%, and 3%. Parameter observed were sensory charracteristic, chemical charracteristic, and physic. Skin lotion made from the best carrageenan concentration stored for 30 days in room temperature, and then compared with other skin lotion added with and without setyl alcohol, and also skin lotion without carrageenan. Parameter observed were skin humidity, sensory charracteristic, physical and chemical charracteristic, and also total microbial after 3 months storage. The results showed that skin lotion with 2% carrageenan has the best quality with parameter sensory of panel preferences was from quite likely until most likely, pH 7,5; viscosity 5675 cP, and emulsion stability was 100%, skin humidity value has the highest percentage and showed the lowest decrease of skin humidity compare with product with and without setyl alcohol, and product without carrageenan. Panel preferences decreased during 30 days storage even physical and chemical characteristic were in still good condition, pH product tend to be constant, where viscosity increased. After 3 months storage, total microbial was 1,0 x 10^1 cfu per gram, while the product added with setyl alcohol has no microbial colony. Poduct without setyl alcohol and without carrageenan has 2,0 x 10^1 cfu per gram. The product is safe to use, where total microbial was below standard of SNI 16-4399-1996 that is 1,0 x 10^2 cfu per gram.Keywords: Skin lotion, carrageenan, setyl alcohol, skin humidity, emulsion stability.
Characteristics of Antimicrobial Activity of Eucheuma cottonii Doty-Associated Bacteria Extracts Nofiani, Risa; Kadarisno, .; Daryati, .; Sapar, Ajuk
Jurnal Pengolahan Hasil Perikanan Indonesia Vol 12, No 2 (2009): Jurnal Pengolahan Hasil Perikanan Indonesia
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Marine organisms-associated bacteria have a potential source of antimicrobial compounds. The aim of the research was to find out characteristics of antimicrobial activity of E. cottonii Doty-associated bacteria extracts and their genus from Lemukutan Island, Kalimantan Barat. Five of 11 isolates showed antimicrobial activity namely Flavobacterium sp. K08, Alteromonas sp. K09, Bacillus sp. K10, Klebsiella sp. K11, and Pseudomonas sp. K12. Furthermore, their secondary metabolites were extracted with methanol. The characteristic of the best bacteria extracts minimum inhibitory concentrations (MICs) for Escherichia coli, Bacillus spaericus, Staphylococcus epidermidis, and Candida tropicalis were obtained from bacteria extract of Bacillus sp. K10 (250 μg/disc), Bacillus sp. K10 (750 μg/disc), Pseudomonas sp. K12, (500 μg/disc), and Alteromonas sp. K09 (1,500 μg/disc) respectively.Keywords: antimicrobial activity, Alteromonas sp., E. cottonii Doty, Flavobacterium sp., Pseudomonas sp.
Characterization and Recovery of Minced fish Wastewater Protein using Reverse Osmosis Uju, .; Nurhayati, Tati; Ibrahim, Bustami; Trilaksani, Wini; Siburian, Maglory
Jurnal Pengolahan Hasil Perikanan Indonesia Vol 12, No 2 (2009): Jurnal Pengolahan Hasil Perikanan Indonesia
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Recovery of minced fish wastewater soluble protein was done by reverse osmosis membrane. Themincefish wastewater has high level polluting load. It contains COD and TSS 4.233 and 55,06 mg/lrespectively, but it is potential to utilized because of high protein and amino acids content especiallyglutamic acid. Fluxes of permeate during recovery process were kept on steady state in the beginningprocess at 15 l/m2h without prefiltration and 20 l/m2h with 0,9 micron prefiltration. During concentration,flux time decreased from 22,11 l/m2h at concentration factor 1 to 12,95 l/m2h at concentration factor 1,52.In other sides the rejection value of protein increased from 90,11% in the beginning process to 99,50% inthe end of the concentration process. At the end of the recovery stage, yield concentrate contained 0.401 g/lwhich is 21 fold greater than the original step. Therefore permeate stream delivered high quality effluentand met the standard of wastewater effluent.Keywords: minced fish, protein, recovery, reverse osmosis
Characterization and Recovery of Minced fish Wastewater Protein using Reverse Osmosis Uju, .; Nurhayati, Tati; Ibrahim, Bustami; Trilaksani, Wini; Siburian, Maglory
Jurnal Pengolahan Hasil Perikanan Indonesia Vol 12, No 2 (2009): Jurnal Pengolahan Hasil Perikanan Indonesia
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (175.573 KB) | DOI: 10.17844/jphpi.v12i2.855

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Recovery of minced fish wastewater soluble protein was done by reverse osmosis membrane. Themincefish wastewater has high level polluting load. It contains COD and TSS 4.233 and 55,06 mg/lrespectively, but it is potential to utilized because of high protein and amino acids content especiallyglutamic acid. Fluxes of permeate during recovery process were kept on steady state in the beginningprocess at 15 l/m2h without prefiltration and 20 l/m2h with 0,9 micron prefiltration. During concentration,flux time decreased from 22,11 l/m2h at concentration factor 1 to 12,95 l/m2h at concentration factor 1,52.In other sides the rejection value of protein increased from 90,11% in the beginning process to 99,50% inthe end of the concentration process. At the end of the recovery stage, yield concentrate contained 0.401 g/lwhich is 21 fold greater than the original step. Therefore permeate stream delivered high quality effluentand met the standard of wastewater effluent.Keywords: minced fish, protein, recovery, reverse osmosis
Financial Analysis of Surimi Processing by Modern and Semi-Modern Scale Djazuli, Nazori; Wahyuni, Mita; Monintja, Daniel; Purbayanto, Ari
Jurnal Pengolahan Hasil Perikanan Indonesia Vol 12, No 2 (2009): Jurnal Pengolahan Hasil Perikanan Indonesia
Publisher : Department of Aquatic Product Technology

Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (66.893 KB) | DOI: 10.17844/jphpi.v12i2.853

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Development of surimi processing in the industry regions which have huge potential of rawmaterial, can be done through aiming at the business feasibility existed either by modern surimi processingbusiness as weel as semi modern. In general, theaim of this research is to analyze the feasibility business ofsurimi processing either by modern surimi processing business or semi modern. Sampling of surimiprocessing business for modern surimi processing was located in Pekalongan, Central Java Province andsemi modern surimi processing was located in Pulau Moro, Riau Island Province. Data collection was doneby questionnaire and interview to stakeholders of surimi processing industry. Method of analysis wascarried out by using criteria of financial feasibility i.e. Payback Period (PB), Net Present Value (NPV),Internal Rate of Return (IRR), Profitable Index (PI), Net B/C, and Break Event Point (BEP). Result ofresearch showed that surimi processing business either by modern surimi processing business or semimodern is feasible shown from (1) Value of NPV for PT. A is Rp.22,647,400,670 and PT.B isRp.29,866,797,485 for 10 years, (2) Value of IRR at surimi business in PT.A is 49.28% and PT.B is56.11%, (3) PT. A needs 2 years 1 month and 6 days to return the investment that has been invested insurimi processing, meanwhile PT.B needs 1 year 10 months and 6 days, (4) Value of profitability indexPT.A is 2.43 and PT.B is 2.78, and (5) figure of Net B/C Ratio PT.A is 1.89, and PT.B has figure of NetB/C Ratio 1.58.Keywords : financial feasibility, surimi product
Application Of Carrageenan In Making of Skin Lotion Erungan, Anna Carolina; Purwaningsih, Sri; Anita, Syeni Budi
Jurnal Pengolahan Hasil Perikanan Indonesia Vol 12, No 2 (2009): Jurnal Pengolahan Hasil Perikanan Indonesia
Publisher : Department of Aquatic Product Technology

Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (385.593 KB) | DOI: 10.17844/jphpi.v12i2.873

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The objective of the study is to utilize carrageenan into skin lotion making as a thickener, stabiliser, emulsifier and humectan. The concentration of carrageenan that used were 0%, 1%, 2%, and 3%. Parameter observed were sensory charracteristic, chemical charracteristic, and physic. Skin lotion made from the best carrageenan concentration stored for 30 days in room temperature, and then compared with other skin lotion added with and without setyl alcohol, and also skin lotion without carrageenan. Parameter observed were skin humidity, sensory charracteristic, physical and chemical charracteristic, and also total microbial after 3 months storage. The results showed that skin lotion with 2% carrageenan has the best quality with parameter sensory of panel preferences was from quite likely until most likely, pH 7,5; viscosity 5675 cP, and emulsion stability was 100%, skin humidity value has the highest percentage and showed the lowest decrease of skin humidity compare with product with and without setyl alcohol, and product without carrageenan. Panel preferences decreased during 30 days storage even physical and chemical characteristic were in still good condition, pH product tend to be constant, where viscosity increased. After 3 months storage, total microbial was 1,0 x 10^1 cfu per gram, while the product added with setyl alcohol has no microbial colony. Poduct without setyl alcohol and without carrageenan has 2,0 x 10^1 cfu per gram. The product is safe to use, where total microbial was below standard of SNI 16-4399-1996 that is 1,0 x 10^2 cfu per gram.Keywords: Skin lotion, carrageenan, setyl alcohol, skin humidity, emulsion stability.
Quality Changes of Tilapia Fish (O. niloticus) by Killing Techniques and Gutting during Low Storage Temperature Munandar, Aris; Nurjanah, .; Nurilmala, Mala
Jurnal Pengolahan Hasil Perikanan Indonesia Vol 12, No 2 (2009): Jurnal Pengolahan Hasil Perikanan Indonesia
Publisher : Department of Aquatic Product Technology

Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (252.658 KB) | DOI: 10.17844/jphpi.v12i2.850

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Killing and gutting treatment at low storage temperature (0-5 oC) on tilapia fish (O. niloticus) showed significant results on the subjective test (organoleptic) and objectives (TPC/Total Plate Count, pH, and TVB/Total Volatile Base). The A1B2 treatment (dead pricker, gutting) gare the best quality, and this could he maintained for 10 days. Tilapia fish could be consumed up to-10 days because the number of bacteria at the end of the storage prevent reached 9.7x105 colonies/g. TVB value generated at the end of the storage period reached 20.45 mg N/g with some fluctuation of pH value during the storage. The quality of tilapia fish could maintain with the combination of treatment and storage at low temperature (0-5 oC).Keywords: chilling, fish quality, tilapia

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