The Manufacture of Leather [Illustrated]

The Manufacture of Leather [Illustrated]

by Hugh Garner Bennett
     
 

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This edition features
• illustrations
• a linked Table of Contents, linked Footnotes, and linked Index

CONTENTS
GENERAL PREFACE
AUTHOR'S PREFACE
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
PART I.
HIDES FOR HEAVY LEATHERS.
Section
1. THE RAW MATERIAL OF HEAVY LEATHERS.
2. THE PREPARATION OF PELT.
3.

Overview

This edition features
• illustrations
• a linked Table of Contents, linked Footnotes, and linked Index

CONTENTS
GENERAL PREFACE
AUTHOR'S PREFACE
CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
PART I.
HIDES FOR HEAVY LEATHERS.
Section
1. THE RAW MATERIAL OF HEAVY LEATHERS.
2. THE PREPARATION OF PELT.
3. VEGETABLE TANNAGE.
4. FINISHING PROCESS.
5. SOLE LEATHER.
6. BELTING LEATHER.
7. HARNESS LEATHER.
8. UPPER LEATHERS.
9. BAG LEATHER.
10. PICKING BAND BUTTS.
PART II.
SKINS FOR LIGHT LEATHERS.
1. PRINCIPLES AND GENERAL METHODS OF LIGHT LEATHER MANUFACTURE.
2. GOATSKINS.
3. SEALSKINS.
4. SHEEPSKINS.
5. CALFSKINS.
6. JAPANNED AND ENAMELLED LEATHERS.
PART III.
CHROME LEATHERS.
1. THE NATURE OF CHROME LEATHERS.
2. GENERAL METHODS OF CHROME LEATHER MANUFACTURE.
3. CHROME CALF.
4. CHROME GOAT AND SHEEP.
5. HEAVY CHROME LEATHERS.
PART IV.
MISCELLANEOUS TANNAGES.
1. ALUM TANNAGES.
2. FAT TANNAGES.
3. OIL TANNAGES.
4. FORMALDEHYDE TANNAGE.
5. SYNTHETIC TANNING MATERIALS.
6. COMBINATION TANNAGES.
7. THE EVOLUTION OF THE LEATHER INDUSTRY.
PART V.
GELATINE AND GLUE.
1. PROPERTIES OF GELATINE AND GLUE.
2. RAW MATERIALS AND PRELIMINARY TREATMENT.
3. EXTRACTION.
4. CLARIFICATION AND DECOLORIZATION.
5. BLEACHING.
6. EVAPORATION.
7. COOLING AND DRYING.
8. USES OF GELATINE AND GLUE.
9. THE EVOLUTION OF THE GELATINE AND GLUE INDUSTRY.
PART VI.
MISCELLANEOUS PROTEINS AND BYE-PRODUCTS.
1. BYE-PRODUCTS OF THE LEATHER TRADES.
2. BYE-PRODUCTS OF THE GELATINE AND GLUE TRADES.
3. FOOD PROTEINS.
4. MISCELLANEOUS ANIMAL PROTEINS.
INDEX.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940015896589
Publisher:
VolumesOfValue
Publication date:
10/29/2012
Sold by:
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Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
475 KB

Meet the Author

Hugh Garner Bennett M.Sc. (Leeds) MEMBER OF THE SOCIETY OF LEATHER TRADES' CHEMISTS; FORMERLY ASSISTANT LECTURER AND DEMONSTRATOR AT THE LEATHER INDUSTRIES DEPARTMENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS, AUTHOR OF "THE MANUFACTURE OF LEATHER"

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