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Application of highly carboxylate resins in aqueous emulsion for leather coating avoiding the use of isopropyl alcohol

Author
Olle, L.; Baquero, G.; Solé, M.; Cuadros, R.; Bacardit, A.
Type of activity
Journal article
Journal
Journal of cleaner production
Date of publication
2016-08-15
Volume
129
First page
23
Last page
29
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2016.04.134 Open in new window
Repository
http://hdl.handle.net/2117/87495 Open in new window
URL
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S095965261630422X Open in new window
Abstract
Today, the first stages of the finishing processes of buffed cattle hides or full loose grain – known as impregnation – are largely carried out with acrylic resins and penetrating agents (typically, a mixture of surfactants and solvents). This application aims to strengthen the partially buffed grain layer bound to the rest of the dermis. To that end, a composition of emulsified acrylic resins is used, as well as a penetrating agent – usually isopropyl alcohol – and water. The process e...
Citation
Olle, L., Baquero, G., Solé, M., Cuadros, R., Bacardit, A. Application of highly carboxylate resins in aqueous emulsion for leather coating avoiding the use of isopropyl alcohol. "Journal of cleaner production", 15 Agost 2016, vol. 129, p. 23-29.
Keywords
carboxylate resin, impregnation, isopropyl alcohol, leather finishing
Group of research
Càtedra A3 - A3 Chair

Participants

  • Olle Otero, Luis  (author)
  • Baquero Armans, Grau  (author)
  • Solé, Mercè  (author)
  • Cuadros Domènech, Rosa Maria  (author)
  • Bacardit Dalmases, Anna  (author)

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