Friday, 21 March 2014

Bating Enzyme for Hassle-free Tanning

Bating, as we know, the most crucial part of tanning, wherein unwanted proteins and proteases are removed from the hide or skin in order to provide enhanced softness to the leather. Previously, this process of tanning was done by the use of dog, pigeon and hen manure, which not only crates intense odor, but also was time-consuming and expensive. Due to the odiferous nature, previously entire tannery used to be situated far away from the main town. Gone those old days when tanning procedure was unaffordable, odiferous and lengthy, now modern method of tanning has gotten remarkably popular, due to the availability of the tanning chemicals, affordability, fast track processing and most importantly odor free processing. Almost all the tannery of modern age has adopted this cutting-edge method of tanning.

A special kind of chemical called Bating Enzyme is used to remove excess, unwanted protein from the hide without affecting the leather. This bating enzyme leave fullness, softness and uniform grain over the leather, which is more, mesmerizing that batting done by any other procedures. Along with above features, bating has a high impact on hide and turns it into more flexible to make any garments, shoes or upholstery. The leather after processing by bating enzyme is more accepted by the marketer due to it catchy look and compatibility. In the process of tanning vegetable oils and phospholipids composition is also used. Bating Enzyme, as we discussed previously, is one of essential enzyme used for batting and in comparison with old method it is more useful and effective and most importantly does not contaminate the environment. Almost all the lather industry abides by pollution control norms and do not allow to pollute the environment from the byproducts. So, it is worth saying that in order to keep the environment pollution free and to produce high-quality leather, Bating Enzyme is most important and essential.       

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