Raw peel To become a quality leather, you have to go through a lot of steps in the natural leather production plant to get what you are looking for and, after production, use it directly in leather products.
Natural leather from the processing of the skin comes from animals such as camels, cattle, sheep and ostriches. Of course, in leather factories, it is made by man and using synthetic fibers.
Tanning tongue is used for skin working. In leather making, corrosive raw skin turns a valuable and profitable material through a series of processes and processes.
Turning raw skin into leather
They use traditional and industrial methods to separate skin from animal carcasses.
At the washing stage, since the skin quickly gets corrupted after leaving the animal, it sinks it and is drained by this action.
At this stage, the skin is poured into pots with a rotating spray and then again soak the skin and remove the water with the dissolved salt to the skin.
The spinning skin removes proteins, and the quality of the leather that comes from the protein free skin is far higher. With limescale, the skin, hair roots, excess proteins and unnecessary fats are eliminated. This step takes about 15 to 36 hours on average.
Degradation is used to remove unnecessary tissues. With the addition of chemicals to the skin, the quality of leather is further enhanced.