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Plant manufacture chrome leathers

Last week we took a look at chromium in textiles — and leather. These terms have nothing to do with tanning. And that is correct: chromium tanned leathers use chromium III salts also called trivalent chromium in the form of chromium sulfate. This form of chromium is found naturally in the environment and is a necessary nutrient for the human body.

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The solvent can be reused. The quality of leather is at par with that manufactured by conventional process. The process provides an alternative way for tanning with possible reductions in pollution loads. It is likely to have immense application in leather industry in reducing the effluent discharge and water requirement.

Indian Patent application no. CLRI proposes to upscale, standardize, demonstrate and commercialize, these knowledge prodcuts with the active participation from the private industry.

Information Sciences. For Further Information Please Contact. The technology has already been transferred in India. A waterless bioprocessing for dehairing and fibre opening in leather manufacture.

Disclosed herein is an improved process for enzyme based dehairing and fibre opening of skins and hides without employing water. The use of organic solvents with low dielectric constant in conjunction with commercially available enzymes enhances the efficiency of hair removal and fibre opening.

The process does not employ the conventional chemicals such as lime and sodium sulphide. The solvent is recovered for recycling. The physical and chemical properties of the bioprocessed leathers match with conventionally processed leathers. This improved bioprocess based on organic solvents offers an alternative and efficient way for dehairing and fibre opening with complete elimination of water, lime and toxic sodium sulphide.

An improved process for making retanned leather with dyeing effect. Disclosed herein is a process for making retanned leather with dyeing effect using a lignin source. The process ensures lignin mediated single step retanning cum dyeing operation in leather making.

The process finds enormous application in post tanning wet processing for leather making, whereby it is possible to have a range of shades in the wet processed leather without applying any conventional dyestuff. It also finds application in the economical utilization of the effluents generated by the lignin based processing industries, thereby providing an eco-benign solution for the disposal of the wastes generated by paper and pulp industry.

Disclosed herein is a method for the preservation of hides and skins using supercritical carbon dioxide. A leather making process using plant material. It essentially relates to simultaneous solid-liquid extraction of active ingredients of plant materials as well as treatment of such extracts in leather processing. This process provides better extraction efficiency and better diffusion and exhaustion of extracts in leather.

It is essentially an eco-friendly, non-toxic and non-hazardous process for leather making. An improved Chrome Tanning Process. Disclosed herein is a process to avoid the use of water for chrome tanning process, which is carried out without pickling and basification. Auxiliary chemicals like fatliquors are used to enhance the exhaustion of chromium during tanning process. The organoleptic and strength properties of the tanned leathers are on par with conventionally processed leathers.

The process essentially involves utilization of the inherent water in the skin for tanning so as to attain sustainability with reduced pollution loads.

The curing process recited herein involves bio-macromolecules. Unlike the conventional salt based curing methods, this process does not add to the load of total dissolved solids TDS in the tannery waste water. The invention has been applied for patent protection. In the process of the present invention the delimed hides and skins are treated with the claimed composition without affecting the tanning potency of the tanning salt followed by subsequent pH adjustment of the hides and skins with water only thereby eliminating the pickling operation and use of alkali for basification.

The invention has been applied for Patent protection Indian Patent application no. An improved process for making chamois leathers The present invention discloses a process for making chamois leathers using modified plant oil. The process enables total replacement of fish oil resulting in final chamois leather free from fish oil odour. The main advantage of the process is that it is a versatile process, which is applicable to all kinds of raw materials viz.

The invention has been applied for patent protection Indian Patent application no. The unique feature of the process is that loosening of hair is effected within a period of as low as 8 hrs. Moreover, the process takes place even at a pH 9, thereby avoiding the risk of grain getting harsh. An improved process for making chrome tanned Leathers.

An improved process for making chrome tanned Leathers is provided whereby delimed pelts are treated with a mixture of conventional chrome tanning salt and alkali metal salt at a pH in the range of Complete elimination of salt is effected by this process. It is envisaged to have tremendous potential application in tanning industry, not only for improved chromium uptake during tanning, but also for substantial reduction of Total Dissolved Solids TDS in the waste stream.

The process is suitable for both hides and skins. A novel process for preparation of dyed leather in more than one tone The process relates to producing multi-tone dyeing on leather. It essentially regulates dye uptake selectively resulting in the formation of more than one tone on leather surface in a consistent, uniform and reproducible manner ensuring an economic option for enhancing aesthetic value of final leather.

Thus the process finds enormous potential application in tanning industry not only for producing leathers for fancy articles, but also for upgrading low grade leathers, thereby resulting in substantial value addition. The process has been applied for Patent protection Indian Patent application no. A novel process of aqueous finishing for waterproof leathers.

The process relates to the application of aqueous solution of film forming materials on conditioned wet leather before drying followed by conventional aqueous finishing, thereby providing a cost effective as well as eco-friendly method of finishing waterproof leather using aqueous system.

An improved process for making crust leather for transfer coat finishing. A process for making crust for transfer coat finishing is disclosed whereby tanned leather is treated with selected amino resins either individually or in combination with selected condensation product of phenol and phenyl sulfones in the wet processing of leather, which is subsequently subjected to wet buffing operation to ensure preparation of suitable surface for transfer coat finishing.

It is envisaged to have enormous application in leather processing industry for converting low grade tanned leathers into high value added finished items which can be used for shoe upper and leather goods applications.

An improved oxidative process for making chamois leather. An improved oxidative process is provided whereby oil treated skin is exposed to ozone to effect complete oxidation within a period of not less than 60 minutes to produce chamois leather. A process for making iron tanned leather using natural polysaccharide. Iron salts have been reported to be inexpensive and non- polluting with interesting tanning abilities. The previous attempts shows that even with proper masking salts a solo iron tannage can be achieved a shrinkage temperature of oC.

In this process, arabinogalactan protein complex, which is a complex natural polysaccharide, is employed as masking agent along with ferric sulphate, tartarate, and phthalate as chelating ligands. The resultant leathers show a shrinkage temperature of - oC. It completely eliminates the use of chromium to produce boil stable leather. Strength properties of the resultant leathers are comparable to that of conventional chrome tanned leathers.

This invention has enormous potential for application in leather processing industry for making wet brown leather. The new iron tanning is envisaged to be a potential alternative for Chrome tanning system. The invention has been applied for patent protection Indian patent application no. An improved process for making iron tanned leather.

The leather exhibits a shrinkage temperature of tooC. This invention has enormous potential application in leather processing industry for making wet brown leather. It is envisaged to be a potential alternative of Chrome tanning for making iron tanned leather. An improved process for producing leathers in more than one tone. Conventionally tanned leathers are dyed in drum and this process results in producing conventional unishade leather. However, the increasing demand of fancy leather articles has over the years resulted in the requirement for leather with two-tone or even multitone effect.

There are several methods to produce two tone or multi tone leathers however, each of them has its own limitations.

The present process essentially relates to the preparation of multi tone leathers by selective removal of colour from dyed leathers.

The invention is directed to the selective blocking of the surface to the bleaching action of ozone with the help of coating of film forming materials leading to multitone formation on leather in a consistent and uniform manner ensuring an economic option for enhancing aesthetic value of the final leather. It is envisaged to have enormous application potential in tanning industry not only for producing leathers for fancy articles, but also for upgrading lower grade leathers, thereby resulting in substantial value addition.

The process has the following advantages. Global environmental regulations are changing, almost forcing all processing industries to adopt greener and cleaner manufacturing practices. However, this process is a two step method, in which dehairing is performed by the proteolytic enzyme followed by fibre opening through carbohydrolytic enzymes. The present invention integrates the two-step process into a single-step process, maintaining environmental sustainability.

Various modes of application such as successive and simultaneous application of both the enzymes as well as application of a formulated enzyme product, which contains both proteolytic and carbohydrolytic enzymes, have been established.

AcSIR india. A waterless bioprocessing for dehairing and fibre opening in leather manufacture Disclosed herein is an improved process for enzyme based dehairing and fibre opening of skins and hides without employing water. An improved process for making retanned leather with dyeing effect Disclosed herein is a process for making retanned leather with dyeing effect using a lignin source. A Process for fibre opening in leather making Disclosed herein is a process for fibre opening in leather making using ionic liquid.

The unique feature of the process is that it involves the employment of select group of ionic liquids to ensure complete removal of interfibrillary material, thereby adopting a cleaner, greener and user-friendly approach for fibre opening. The invention is envisaged to eliminate environmental challenges of using lime. It also strives to combat the challenges of lack of skilled labors and the need for maintaining controlled environment required for enzyme application.

The process is envisaged to have immense application in tanning industry in ensuring eco-benign fibre opening at a faster rate with a focus on cleaner leather processing. An improved process for uniform dyeing of leather Leather being a natural material, often does not produce consistent physical properties including appearance.

The situation is more complicated when leathers of different batches are pooled together for dyeing. Variations in colour intensity of dyed leathers is a major technological problem in leather making. This poses serious economical problem in the case of leathers where dyeing colour decides the final quality of leather. Conventional degreasing is avoided to ensure that the available natural fat is available for lubrication.

It results not only in process economy, but also in reducing pollution load by ensuring elimination of fat in the effluent. An improved tanning process Disclosed herein is a process of mineral tanning process in aprotic solvent medium without using any water.

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Vegetable tanning refers to leather that is tanned with oak and spruce bark. Also quebracho , tara pods , olive leaves , rhubarb roots or mimosa are common. These substances are placed in a pit along with the skins and hides. As these tannins are derived from plants, the leather is called vegetable-tanned leather. Also the term "natural leather" is used.

Tanning , chemical treatment of raw animal hide or skin to convert it into leather. A tanning agent displaces water from the interstices between the protein fibres and cements these fibres together.

Chrome tanning uses a solution of chemicals, acids, and salts including chromium sulfate to tan the hide. In , about 24 million tons of chromium was produced. Worldwide approximately , tons of chromium tannins are produced per year. The increasing requirements of producing safer chrome leathers in a sustainable way have led Silvateam to develop an innovative hybrid tannage using a combination of chrome salts and Blancotan CAT that allows the customer to produce a new environmental friendly wet blue.

Leather Manufacture with Wattle Tannins

Plant Polyphenols pp Cite as. Vegetable extract production in general has declined over the years as a result of decreased demand for vegetable-tanned leather. The use of wattle mimosa extract, however, has not been as adversely affected as has other extracts due to the advantages that wattle extract has in leather manufacture. Such properties as rapid tannin penetration, low salts content, and high solubility of wattle extract are shown to be ideal for traditional pit tanning operations and the Liritan tanning system. The last combination tannage is a chrome-free process and has been found to work best if carried out in two stages, initial wattle tanning, then aluminum sulphate retanning. Increasing the pH in subsequent basifying and neutralizing processes results in increased tannin aluminum complexation and hence crosslinking as measured by the hydrothermal stability of the mimosa-alum tanned leather. The properties of a number of specialty wattle based products are also noted, viz. These properties are discussed in relation to the theory and mechanism of wattle tanning. Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.

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To prevent them from decaying, make them resistant to moisture and keep them supple and durable. Large animals are said to have hides, while small animals have skins. The process of tanning dates back to as early as the 11th Century and has been used by indigenous cultures such as Eskimos, Native American Indians, Egyptians, Ethiopians, the Chinese, the Moors and countless others. There are other processes involved in preparing the hides for their proper use as leather, such as softening and finishing to make the leather suitable for furniture, clothing, shoes and accessories, etc. These are extracts from different types of trees, bark and fallen fruit contain tanning agents used for vegetable tanning leather.

Commitment, creativity and professionalism made Gruppo Mastrotto a point of reference in the processing of bovine hides for the furniture, footwear, leather goods, automotive, marine, and aviation industry. The Group has stood out over time in all these sectors thanks to constant technological innovation and the capability to anticipate the new trends of style, applying its know-how to the specific requests of any single field of application.

After two years of experimentation, using a new tanning agent derived from aluminium, created in collaboration with a chemical company, the company launches a new tanning and retanning system that not only solves the age-old problem of chrome coming into contact with the skin, but also ensures brilliant colours when tinting suede, guaranteeing extremely light, deep and clean tones and maximum freedom in finishing crust leathers. The crusts supplied to the clients of Lancaster Int. Via C. Stay updated on news and Fairs and search the most important companies.

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It is engaged in manufacturing and sale of chrome-tanned leather and yuft. Now in the assortment of the enterprise a large number of types of leather. History of leather-making in Vakhrushi has started in , when a year-old Timofey Vakhrushev organized a small handicraft plant for cattle hide finishing and manufacturing. The order for fabrication of military shoes for the Russian army in during the Russo-Japanese War gave a rise to rapid development of the enterprise.

We at Ecopell attach great importance to low emissions, allergy-friendliness, domestic production and compliance with social standards. Get to know a leather that meets the highest expectations of environment-friendly production, comfort and health. In the evaluation of leather, all aspects concerning its production must be taken into account. Learn more! Ecopell can be seen as one of the most environmental- and skin-friendly leathers on the market.

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The solvent can be reused. The quality of leather is at par with that manufactured by conventional process. The process provides an alternative way for tanning with possible reductions in pollution loads. It is likely to have immense application in leather industry in reducing the effluent discharge and water requirement. Indian Patent application no. CLRI proposes to upscale, standardize, demonstrate and commercialize, these knowledge prodcuts with the active participation from the private industry.

Cromital produces various chemicals to treat metal and leather products. Basic Chrome Sulphate and Chromic Acid Solution Plants PRODUCTION PLANTS.

The leather manufacturing process is divided into three sub-processes: preparatory stages, tanning and crusting. All true leathers will undergo these sub-processes. A further sub-process, surface coating may be added into the sequence. The list of operations that leathers undergo vary with the type of leather.

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An in-house laboratory experimenting with bold new directions in tanning and finishing. These are the next generation of cutting-edge leathers in development that reach beyond the limits of our catalogue. With nature defining colour, the leather ages naturally when exposed to the sun and precipitation. International Leather-Based Creative Festival.

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The history of tanning goes back to prehistoric times; traces have been found in the ancient Sumerian civilization as far back as BC.

Why is this method so unsustainable and how does it actually compare to the natural method of vegetable tanning? Let's dive in and find out! The transformation of an animal skin into a piece of leather is primarily achieved by removing water molecules from the collagen of the skin, which is the protein that the skin consists of. However when drawing out the the skin might get ruined, as it gets dry and inflexible.

The use of animal skins dates back to the Stone Age, presumably as tarpaulins , protective clothing or for the manufacture of belts , harnesses , bags and containers. Animal skins were dried , fats were incorporated into the leather to make them softer and waterproof and they were possibly smoked to preserve the result. But this type of preservation was not real tanning. Tanning by ancient methods was indeed extremely foul- smelling and hence most tanneries were situated in the outskirts of towns. The use of urine and animal faeces, combined with the smell of decaying flesh due to the absence of conservation options was what made ancient tanneries so odoriferous and the profession of tanner unpopular.

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