Thursday, 2 February 2017

Bating Enzymes – an introduction

To achieve the best possible quality of leather, it is essential to use bating enzymes. The Bating Enzymes can make the leather pliable and prepares for the tanning process and this cannot be achieved or substituted by any chemicals. In the bating process, unwanted proteins are removed and the fibers are opened to project a clean and soft texture on the surface of the leather. The bating enzymes also level the swollen pelts. In the earlier days the bating process was done using dog, pigeon or hen manure, however, this process was not favorable as it produced an unpleasant odor and was also highly unreliable. The process was also very tedious. The modern day bating enzymes has resolved this issue.

Bating Enzymes- preparation and benefits 

With enhanced techniques, the bating enzymes are prepared and are used to soften the leathers. Zsivira began the formulation of enzymes for leather degreasing and tanning in 2009. It has successfully produced bating enzymes which have given effective results for leather materials. One of the best ranges of leather enzymes by Zsivira is submerged fermented enzymes which is highly effective and can open the fibers of even the toughest African origin skin and hides which helps to develop extraordinary soft leather.

The enzymes also increase the area, that it can stretch the leather to extend its size. The enzymes by Zsivira can increase the area by 17% in Ethiopian sheep skins. Once the preparation of tanning is completed, The Bating Enzymes are used at the end to provide smooth and soft texture to the leather. When bating enzymes are used at the end they produce uniform grains and fullness and softness of leather suitable for marketing the leather products. Zsivira has effectively provided good quality bating enzymes which are exported to various parts of the globe.

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