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Leather Training Manufacturing Project report eBook

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Tanning is affected by treating the conditioned hides and skins with organic, inorganic or synthetic tanning agents, the most important among them being vegetable tanning materials and basic chromium sulphate. Basic salt of aluminium, Zirconium, and iron, formaldehyde, quinone, aliphatic sulphonyl chlorides, fish oils, and synthetic polymerized materials (Syntans) are used for the production of special leathers. Tanning is an ancient art practiced in India since long before the Christian era. Up to about 1857, the Indian leather industry remained a cottage industry confined mostly to the villages. The production of semi-finished leather for export was started in South India at about that time. In 1867, the Government established the Government Harness & Saddlery Factory at Kanpur to produce vegetable tanned leather by process followed in England. In 1881, another factory, cooper, Allen and Co. was set up at Kanpur to produce vegetable tanned leather required for military footwear. Experimented trials on the production. On of chrome tanned leather were started at Madras towards the beginning of the present Century, and a course of instruction in chrome tanning was introduced in the Government School of Arts, Madras. Students trained in this institution started chrome tanneries in Madras, Calcutta and Kanpur.

Our Leather Training Manufacturing Project report eBook
Project Report (eBook) has following contents covered in the report:


1. Introduction of Leather Training
2. Uses application and safe of Leather Training
3. Market survey of Leather Training
4. Process of manufacture of Leather Training
5. Process flow sheet for the manufacture of tannes leather
6. Suppliers of plant & machinery of Leather Training
7. Suppliers of raw materials (chemicals) of Leather Training


1. Cost of plant economics of Leather Training
2. Land & building of Leather Training
3. Plant and machinery of Leather Training
4. Fixed capital investment of Leather Training
5. Raw material of Leather Training
6. Salary and wages of Leather Training
7. Utilities and overheads of Leather Training
8. Total working capital of Leather Training
9. Cost of production of Leather Training
10. Profitability analysis of Leather Training
11. Break even point of Leather Training

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