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DyStar to feature low-emission automotive leathers at ACLE, Shanghai

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Aug '09
DyStar is showcasing in Shanghai its full range of dyes and auxiliaries for leather and fur processing at ACLE Exhibition in Shanghai, September 2 - 4, 2009. As well-known producer of high-quality products and problem solutions from beamhouse to wet-end, DyStar is presenting innovative, state-of-the-art products for a brought spectrum of applications on top-quality leather.

The DyStar stand will feature low-emission automotive leathers, with and without chrome, produced with Cutapol SAL, Cutapol AOB and Tannit TRP.

Cutapol SAL is a sulfated animal oil which is applied for producing soft, low-emission and extremely tight-grained leathers. Due to these good characteristics, it is also suitable for fatting elegant upper leathers.

Cutapol AOB is based on animal oil giving especially chrome-free leathers good fullness and uniform softness as well as excellent emission values. Tannit TRP replaces the application of Tara when retanning chrome-free leathers. It confers softness, fullness, tight grains and good light fastness and is therefore also suitable for retanning white and upper leathers.

DyStar is also exhibiting elegant upper leathers produced with Garoval AP and Tannit TAL.

Garoval AP is an acrylate which produces a full, round handle and enhances fullness, tight grains, light fastness and buffability. It fills mainly the looser structured parts of the skin and is suitable for the production of white leathers and upper leathers with good bounce.

Tannit TAL is a retanning agent for application on shoe upper leather and fancy leather goods. It confers good bounce and stand, fullness, tight grains, dyeability and levelness. Due to its good fastness to heat and light yellowing, Tannit TAL is also suitable for application on automotive leathers. It also produces good dispersing effects on synthetic and vegetable tanning agents.

The DyStar range of leather auxiliaries is complemented by a selection of DyStar's outstanding Solvaderm dyestuffs.

Solvaderm Brown MC-RL is a vivid, warm medium to dark chocolate brown. This ferrous metal-complex dye generates uniform dyeings with excellent levelness on all high-class articles such as garment and upholstery leathers. Due to its full, but neutral brown shade it is also suitable for shoe upper leathers. Another special feature is its suitability for double face dyeings.

Another new metal-complex dye is Solvaderm Brown MC-GN, a full medium brown with strong yellow tint. This dye is suitable for all types of leather including shoe upper, upholstery and garment leathers in slightly to strongly muted colours. It is also applicable for dyeing double face.

Solvaderm Orange MC-2G is a recently developed metal-complex dye with outstanding fastnesses. It is applied on leathers which shall meet the highest demands. Its bright, soft orange is especially suited for dyeing pastels and for tinting bright shades with excellent light fastness in the range of beige, sandy and apricot.

The DyStar team is looking forward to welcoming you to their stand in Hall W2 B11A and would be pleased to support the development of your business.

DyStar Textilfarben GmbH


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