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Factory commercial semi-finished leather

Factory commercial semi-finished leather

This look is achieved via embossing. The Federal Trade Commission prohibits the use of terms such as "alligator calf. Before the invention of chrome-tanning, this was the principal method of tanning with mineral agents. The process has continued to be used chiefly for glove leather. Aniline Leather: Full grain, high quality leather that has been dyed through using aniline dyes.

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This look is achieved via embossing. The Federal Trade Commission prohibits the use of terms such as "alligator calf. Before the invention of chrome-tanning, this was the principal method of tanning with mineral agents. The process has continued to be used chiefly for glove leather. Aniline Leather: Full grain, high quality leather that has been dyed through using aniline dyes. Essentially unfinished, though may appear to have a light non-pigmented finish, or have been lightly polished.

Aniline Plus: a. Protected Leather Aniline leather which has received a very light protective coating with micro pigments. Antelope Leather: A fine, soft leather made from an antelope skin. Velvety in texture and sheen, sueded on the flesh side; so rare that, for practical purposes, it is virtually non-existent. Antelope Finish Suede : Applied to lambskin, goatskin, or calfskin, sueded, and finished to resemble antelope. Antique Grain Leather: A finish achieved by applying contrasting colors to the "peaks" in the surface to produce a two-tone effect, making it appear aged.

Apron Leather: Several varieties are used in connection with textile machinery. Comber and Gill Box Apron Leather is a soft, mellow and tough leather, tanned from steer hides, heavily stuffed, usually hand-boarded or otherwise softened. Rub Roll Apron Leather is a flexible but firm, dry, strong leather for textile machinery. Usually vegetable or chrome-tanned, but sometimes a combination of both is used.

Back: Formed by first cutting the hide longitudinally along the backbone, then trimming off head and belly, leaving a "bend" and shoulder. Bark Tannage: Describes leather tanned by use of vegetable tannins found in barks, wood and other plant derivatives, as distinguished from mineral tannages. Baseball Leather : Leather used for covers of baseballs. The better grades of balls have covers of alum-tanned horsehide front leather. Some cheaper grades are made of kip and sheep-skins. Bastard : A particular breed of sheep with fine, short hair, as opposed to traditional fluffy wool.

Hair sheep produce a higher quality leather than wool sheep, due to the lack of coarse hair fibers. The name is a reference to "mixed breed" sheep, as hair is characteristic of inter-breeding.

Belting Leather : A heavy-duty, durable leather originally used for machinery belts. Its high quality has recently made it a favorite for everyday accessories as well. Made from the butts of high grain cattle hides. Belt Leathers: Leather that goes into waist belts, as distinguished from Belting Leather, which is used for the transmission of power in machinery.

Belt leather is usually considered a sub-class of fancy leather. It is made of various leathers, with cattle hide the most common for men's belts ; sheep and goat skin for women's belts. Often specially treated on the flesh side in unlined belts. Belly: The part of the hide from the underside of the animal. Typically less valuable than other cuts.

Before modern machinery, hides were placed over wooden beams and flesh was removed using large, curved, two-handled knives. Bison Leather : Made of American Bison, it features a distinctive grain.

Bleeding : The transfer of materials exuded from leather to other material that comes in contact with it at elevated temperatures. It is usually designated as staining. Bloom: A deposit of ellagic acid found in fruits and vegetables frequently appearing on the surface of leather tanned with solutions of chestnut wood or pyragallol tannins.

This is a sign of a well-lubricated leather. Blue, in the: a. Wet Blue Chrome tanned hides after the first tanning operation. The Chromium gives the hides a pale blue color before they receive pigment. Bonded Leather: Leather scraps that are shredded and bonded together with a latex or polyurethane binder to form flat sheets, with the appearance and smell of leather.

Bookbinding Leather : Bookbinding leathers are made of skivers, cattle hide buffings and splits, cowhides, sheepskins, goat-skins, calf-skins and sealskins. Boxcalf: a. Boarded Leathers or Sides Sides or skins finished by folding with the grain side in, and rubbing the flesh side with a cork-surfaced instrument known as a hand-board.

This is often done via machine. This results in an attractive r idged pattern. The effect is sometimes imitated by embossing. Also called "box" or "willow" finish. Break: Wrinkling that occurs when the leather is folded grain inwards. Fine break is an indication of good quality. Course break is an indication of poor quality. Buckskin: General term applied to leather from deer and elk skins; used for shoes and gloves, and to some extent in clothing.

Only the outer cut of the skin, from which the surface grain has been removed, may be correctly defined as "genuine buckskin. Buck Sides: Cattle hide upper shoe leather, with grain surface buffed to simulate genuine buckskin. Sometimes designated by proprietary trade names, such as "Nubuck," "Rybuck," etc. Buff Hides: Country hides weighing from 45 to 60 pounds untrimmed and 43 to 58 pounds trimmed.

Buffed Leather: When the surface has been removed by an abrasive such as sandpaper or a bladed cylinder. Leathers are often buffed on the flesh side to improve the appearance. Calfskin Leather : Made from skins of young cattle. It has a very fine grain and very few defects along with being suppler than cow leather. Capeskin or Cape Leather : Terms used for the glove and garment leather made from sheepskins, with the natural grain preserved.

The term should be confined to leather from South African hair sheep. Genuine capeskin from South Africa makes a light, flexible, fine grain, durable leather, generally superior to that made from wool sheepskins.

When used to designate sheepskin other than the South African product, it should be qualified as "Domestic Capeskin," "Spanish Capeskin," etc. Should never be applied to a skiver. Carding Leather: A special type of side leather used cards of textile machinery. The leather lies flat against the beds of the cards, the teeth being forced through it. Carpincho: A leather made from the hide of a water rodent indigenous to Argentina and Uruguay.

More elastic and soft than that of peccary, Carpincho is chiefly used in the manufacturing of men's fine dress and sport gloves. Generally chrome-tanned and washable; classed as a pigskin. Cattlehide Leathers: Made from the hides of cows, and bulls; sometimes includes kipskins. Chamois Leather: A very soft leather made from the inner part of sheep skin that is usually oil tanned. It can be washed and has rapid water absorption and less retention after wringing than most leathers.

Chestnut Extract : A tanning material made from the wood of the chestnut tree and used in tanning heavy leathers, such as sole, belting and harness. Chrome Retan: a. Combo Tanning or Reformed Leather Leather tanned with chrome, then tanned again with vegetable extracts tannin. Chrome Tanning: Making raw hides into leather by using chromium chrome as the tanning agent.

The leather is generally soft and flexible as well as being available in many colors. Clothing Leathers : Name covers material for leather coats, jackets, hats and breeches made from sheepskins, cabretta, cattle and horse hides. Collar Leather: Sub-division of harness leather. Made of very light cattlehides in full thickness, or cattlehide splits. Used for covering horse collars. Comber Leather : Used on combing machines in the textile industry. A soft, mellow, and tough leather, which is tanned from steerhides, heavily stuffed with grease, and usually hand boarded or otherwise softened.

Combination tanning: a. Reformed Leather Leather that has been tanned by two different types of tanning agents, such as chrome and vegetable. Cordovan: a. Shell Cordovan Made from fibrous flat muscle beneath the hide on the rump of a horse. It has a characteristic waxy finish and is extremely durable.

Corrected Grain Leather: a. Top Grain Leather or Snuffed Finish Leather that has had the grain partially removed corrected to remove small defects and to even out the finish.

A new surface is built using finishing methods. Country Hides : Hides removed by butchers and farmers; quality is usually lower than meat-packers' hides because they are removed by less skilled hands and are not cured as well. Cowhide Leather: Leather made from cowhides, but the term is extended to any bovine species. Crocking: The rubbing off of coloring, finishing materials or residual buffing dust from leather onto other materials. Crop: A "side" of leather with belly trimmed off, retaining both head and shoulder.

Croupon: Untanned, whole cattle hide with belly and cut off; comparable to a butt bend in tanned leather.

Indian leather industry invades foreign markets

The conceriapriante page will show users leather industry new launches, collections and trends. For further information about Conceria Priante, visit www. Conceria Priante focuses on the luxury and premium markets, developing innovative interpretations of leather goods that combine creativity and tradition. Conceria Priante is currently an international benchmark in the leather industry and one of the foremost players in the furniture, leather and fashion segments.

The leather manufacturing process is divided into three sub-processes: preparatory stages, tanning and crusting. All true leathers will undergo these sub-processes.

Throughout the history of mankind hides and skins have been an important part of each day's life. Some tribes used hides and skins to build their homes. There was already a distinct notion to "process" hides. There is proof that hides and skins were fleshed with tools. Even today many tribes all over the world follow the same prehistoric pattern.

How to Choose the Right Leather

Our products maintain a fine exterior and good performance in functioning. Italian vegetable tanned leather with hand dyed and glossy finishing. Retain the natural cow growth marks on the leather surface. Products are elegant and classic which is a retro choice of style. Irregular aging effects, become shiny and turn darker, emerge with time goes by. A coating of repelling water splash is added to the leather surface. It enhances the protection of leather from staining by liquid. Water becomes water drops and easy to be removed. Water drops should be cleaned within 1- 2 seconds to avoid water goes further to the inner layer of leather. However, the water repellent is not a permanent coating.

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Scattered throughout the chaotic fume-filled streets of Addis Ababa are hundreds of small enterprises fighting against difficult trading conditions and strict government regulation. The role of the private sector in the Ethiopian leather industry is crucial and the largest investment group in the country, Midroc Ethiopia, moved into the sector by acquiring the Ethiopian Pickling and Tanning Factory, Awash Tannery and the Universal Leather Articles Factory. The companies were auctioned off by the Ethiopian Privatisation Agency and bought by Midroc Ethiopia who then set up the Ethio Leather Industries Elico plc to manage their investment. Currently they have two tanneries in operation and one leather products factory.

Leather tanning is the process of converting cleaned, perishable raw hides or skins into leather to preserve their natural beauty and inherent characteristics.

Published on 22nd July, by Technical Services. Leather can be made from the skin of any animal. Most leather is grain leather finished by various methods to produce different effects.

Leather Terms and Definitions

This document provides a brief analysis of the main problems which, in the eyes of European importers, need to be addressed in order to permit an expansion of trade in hides and skins. Some of the most common defects affecting the quality of hides and skins, especially in developing countries, are also reviewed. Among the requirements stressed by the European tanning industry and the importers of raw hides and skins, semi-finished and finished leather are the need for raw product imports to be of high and homogenous quality, with regular grading and for goods to be delivered within the terms of the contract. The document will be supplemented by an analysis of the needs of the European tanneries which will be presented to the Session by the Director of ICEC, the Italian certification body in tanneries and market leather.

AI Topper A third-generation family business spanning six decades, AI Topper has developed from its beginnings as a merchant trader of Raw Sheepskins and Hides in Australia, to its standing today as a market leader, handling all stages of production from Raw Salted Stocks through to Finished Leathers. We have the knowledge, capability and facility to serve the footwear, furniture, accessories, sporting goods, and automotive crust markets. Over the years, additions to the tannery have made it one of the larger installations in Australia. Conceria Montebello Conceria Montebello produces bovine leathers, full grain and suede for the fashion sector. Both basic and sophisticated articles are designed and produced in collaboration with the most prestigious brands, suited for clothing, leather goods, footwear and interior design.

Leather production processes

Now, with the third generation coming soon, each member of the family contributes their own particular competence to provide a role in a well tested mechanism. The 4 founding fathers - all still active in the Company - are assisted by their 8 daughters and sons; this unique family environment is also supported by important international designers. Since the foundation of the firm, i 4 Mariani has always offered furnishings of contemporary taste never being fashion-victims. The production is focused on two main families: products for the home such as sofas, armchairs, beds, dining chairs, shelf units, dining tables and low tables and products for the office such as desks, conference tables, cabinets, armchairs, drawers units, wall and equipped partitions. All these items are dedicated to everyone who loves comfort combined with the finest materials and finishing that are cared for down to the smallest detail with handicraft care, yet made to last without need of service for decades.

commercial products does not constitute an endorsement by UNIDO. 27 tanneries are largely export-oriented and produce both semi-processed and finished mechanized factories spearhead the footwear industry, some of them having.

Fonseca is a family-owned company founded in Our main objective is to make the best quality leather. To achieve this, we continuously invest in research and development and employ the best technology. Our mission is to develop sustainable policies and strategies.

Leather types, characteristics and maintenance

An artisanal material used since prehistoric times, leather has a refined timeless luxury that no other material can replicate. Quality leather is an exquisite durable material that will offer countless years of comfort with a long-lasting sophisticated aesthetic. While leathers may seem similar on the surface, not all leathers are created equal. Leather can vary greatly in quality, how it looks, feels and how it performs.

Leather Terms and Definitions

Jump to navigation. A traditional exporter of raw hides and skins stated that the industry has now transformed itself into a supplier of sophisticated processed leathers, footwear and other goods to several transnational markets. In fact, the transition through different stages on the export front - raw hides, semi-processed categories and finished leathers - has been remarkably fast.

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