Use Of Organic And Inorganic Chemicals In Tanning Process

use of organic and inorganic chemicals in tanning process

What are the chemicals used in the tanning process of leather. I have heard that the chemicals are very dangerous for the use in organic manure. I want to manufacture leather meal so is it possible to use leather cuttings in leather meal.

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The following is a list of chemicals commonly used in leather making:

Beamhouse and Tanyard
Biocides
Surfactants
Degreasers
Swell regulating agents
Lime
Sodium sulphide
Sodium hydrosulphide
Low sulphide unhairing agents
Caustic soda
Soda ash
Ammonium sulphate
Ammonium chloride
Sodium metabisulphite
Formic acid
Sulphuric acid
Salt
Sodium formate
Chromium sulphate
Aldehyde tanning agents
Magnesium oxide
Fungicide

Dyehouse
Surfactants / Wetting agents
Degreasers
Sodium formate
Sodium bicarbonate
Formic acid
Chrome syntans
Chromium sulphate
Syntans
Resins
Polymers
Dyes
Dyeing auxiliaries
Fatliquors

Finishing

Acrylic resins
Butadiene resins
Polyurethane resins
Fillers
Dullers
Crosslinkers
Handle modifiers
Nitrocellulose lacquers
Acrylic lacquers
Polyurethane lacquers
Viscosity modifiers
Pigments
Dyes
Defoamers

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