Thursday, 9 March 2017

Syntans- a brief understanding

The Synthetic tanning agents or Syntans are used in different levels of leather production. They are used to make the leather soft and usable. The leather obtained from the animal skin are washed, processed and dried to make it usable so that it can use in the manufacture of various products such as clothes, bags, shoes, wallets etc. The tanning agent makes the leather product strong, soft and improves the quality of the product. Zsivira, a leading manufacturer of wide range of Syntans, has adopted a unique chemical formula, which can be customized and catered effectively for various purposes of different customers. 

Syntans- Know their benefits:
Traditionally, only restricted types of tanning agents were used and with the improvement of technology, the development of different varieties of syntans is made possible. This has definitely eased the tanning process.  Using the unique composition, there are different varieties of Syntans produced by Zsivira, some of them are Phenolic, sulfone, protein, maleic, melamine, dicyandiamide, polypeptide, and acrylic. These varieties are used for different purposes in the manufacturing process of leather production. The syntans or Synthetic tanning agents provide umpteen benefits, that is, it improves the chemical, physical, and antimicrobial properties of leather. There are some syntans that are used to substitute or supplement natural vegetable tannins.

Zsivira has a good team of chemical and leather experts, that constantly works on the quality and help to produce a spotless outcome. They perform a stringent quality check and only after thorough inspection, they approve for the supply of the product. Zsivira also supports customers with Syntans based on their need. They customize according to their need and provide them satisfactorily. Zsivira being an ISO 9001:2008 certified company provides authentic and uncompromising quality service to their potential customers.  The Syntans that are produced in the process are used in gloves, garments, shoes, and upholstery and specialty goods.

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