Dr Eberle increase their profile

30 November 2004

Dr Eberle Clever Chemistry GmbH, who have been serving the leather industry for more than 129 years, are preparing to develop and increase the company's profile. Production is kept under constant supervision through integrated control systems and up-to-date technologies are combined with innovative ideas. Their products can be used in all processes from raw to crust. Dr Eberle have just launched a new range of Syntans to maintain a tight break, controlled filling to meet the specific requirements of the user and to develop the desired properties in the leather. The new range of fatliquors, which was showcased at Tanning Tech, includes: Licrol MO, an electrolyte stable fatliquor for use in chrome tanning which gives very smooth wrinkle free tannage and 1-2% incorporation in the main fatliquor will give homogenous emulsion and disperse the whole system. It also takes care of water hardness to avoid surface deposition. Licrol ES is a synthetic fatliquor for very soft upholstery, milled and shoe nappa leathers. Even 10% can be used without any adverse effect. Licrol LEC is a lecithin fatliquor for softies, polished and burnished leathers. Licrol EFL is an economic multi-purpose fatliquor for upper and heavy retanned leathers. Ebenin 6N offers hydrophobic properties along with extremely soft and full leathers. Grain break will be uniform. Based on many years experience in the leather business, Dr Eberle now operate as a service company. With technical advice from Dr Eberle's experts, tanners can successfully implement Dr Eberle's know-how to upgrade their processes.

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