Modern Practice in Leather Manufacture
Hides and skins ant their histology. Preparing hides for the market. Domestic production and imports of hides and skins. Government regulations on imported hides and skins. Hide damages. Purchasing hides and skins. Handling raw stock as received at the tannery. Unhairing. Bating. Vegetative-tanning materials and their properties. Vegetable tanning. Chrome tanning. Miscellaneous tannages. Light leathes form tanning to fatliquoring and mold control. Fatliquoring, stuffing and dyeing light leathers. Drying light leathers and mechanical operations. Finishing light leather. Sole and heavy leathers. The properties of leather.
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Hides and Skins and Their Histology
Chapter 2 Preparing Hides for the Market
Domestic Production and Imports of Hides and Skins
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