Testing chemicals in recipes of production of fur articles and peltry.
The chemicals were tested in the recipes of production of fur articles and peltry. In the recipes of sheepskin fur lining, the dyeing leveler “SN-US” was used. Thanks to the use of the product "SN-US", the penetration of dyes has been improved, uniformity and matching of the colour have been ensured. Antistaticproperties have been acquired with fur lining made of sheepskin. In fatliquoring of fur articles and peltry, a combination of new fat liquors was used: "SMH-11" and "SMH-12"....
Promotion of non-European leather finishing chemicals.
At tanneries, promotion of chemicals from non-European countries for leather finishing is successfully continuing. Recipes of finishing "Full grain Nappa", "Corrected grain Nappa", "Corrected grain Floater", "Lining leather from cow", "Furniture articles" have been tested. All the articles made at the tanneries will be presented at the Fashion Style exhibition in Moscow in February 2023....

Technological trials of Shebekinskaya industrialnaya khimiya, LLC on working out the recipe of the arti-cle "Floater" with natural grain after milling with products of the company Cromogenia-Units, S.A. (Spain).


      The recipe of the article "Floater" of the company Cromogenia-Units, S.A. (Spain) with natural grain after milling and thickness of 1.6-1.7 mm has been worked out. In this recipe, new fat liquors were used: Fosfol IF-7 and Unix TPM, which were specially developed for soft articles, such as "Floater", "Nappa", upholstery and garment leathers. The obtained leathers had soft touch, clear grain after milling, almost over the entire area of the crust. Finishing was carried out with the chemicals of the company Pielcolor, S.L.U. (Spain) - deep black colour and pleasant touch of this article after finishing was noted. The leathers were selected for demonstration at the MosShoes exhibition and sent to customers for feedback.

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