chrome tanning

chrome tanning

[¦krōm ′tan·iŋ]
(chemical engineering)
Tanning treatment of animal skin with chromium salts.
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[ClickPress, Mon Mar 11 2019] Calcium Formate Market: Overview Calcium formate has a broad application as a masking agent in the leather industry aimed at the chrome tanning process.
In leather industry are created more than five thousand tone chrome tanning waste per year and we can suppose that its amount is going to grow up.
Chrome tanning of leather involves the use of chromium sulphate and other salts of chromium.
The modification of depickled hide by the prepared HPAM polymer, as pretanning agent, was studied as a novel process for chrome tanning operation.
Environmental Protection Agency details two types of leather tanning: vegetable tanning, which is the oldest tanning process, and chrome tanning, which makes up 90% of tanning production in the U.S.
More esoteric colors are possible using chrome tanning.
Chrome Tanning, the process most common today based on the use of chrome salts and requiring only a few hours.
(5) Eco-friendly and foot-friendly, Terra Plana's Doll ($165) gets its deep color tone and buttery texture from vegetable-based dyes rather than the traditional toxic chrome tanning. Hand-Stitching minimizes the amount of chemical glue used in the shoe and also lends the shoe a handmade look.
Chrome tanning (including unhairing, decliming, pickling, tanning, retanning, dyeing, and lubricating) can be done in a day; vegetable tanning can take weeks.
the leather obtained from chrome tanning is more pliable.