CHROME FREE RAPID GLOVE LEATHER MANUFACTURE
Keywords:Chrome Free, Glove Leather, Acrylic
In the current study, we use chrome free tanning process for the production of glove leather and to achieve the required properties without any compromising the quality. To develop a suitable post tanning system for making glove with good softness, run and strength properties. Glove leather predominantly made using chrome tanning system. Conventionally glove leather is done by long liming and ageing in pickling for better fibre splitting in order to achieve the run property. Production Time is very high due to long liming and ageing in pickling. Production cost can significantly reduce if the processing time for making glove is reduced. Acrylic followed by Glutaraldehyde combination tanning system adopted for chrome free tanning option. Long liming and ageing in pickle will be replaced with rapid fibre splitting process.
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