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Bulletin of the World Health Organisation. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} This can be done with a degreasing product or heavy duty washing liquid. Louisiana Alligator. Leather Enzymes Industry. Despite the first use being recorded in the , alligator skin production increased majorly during the mid s. Once dry, a layer of salt is applied to all parts of the skin to completely dry it out. For optimum tanning acidity levels pH level 4 or 5 , sodium bicarbonate is added to the pickle solution. Tanning is the process of processing the raw skin of an animal to leather. An enormous amount of polluted water is discharged from the tanning process. Leave to dry. For a softer and more malleable product, tanners choose to use the underbelly and perform a "belly cut". The hide is placed in another plastic drum with the product or washing liquid and warm water. Vegetable tanning uses the natural tannins that are found in plants, tree bark and other natural sources. Chromium tanning also creates a stronger product that is more resistant to water and creates less shrinkage when in contact. Degreasing is the process of removing any left over fat from the hide so that there is no chance of oil or fat stains. Once the salting process is done, the hide is ready for brining. When the skin, due to unprotected handling absorbs chromium, it can leave the skin dry and cracked. The acidity in the tanning and liming stages can cause erosions in the skin, which is irreversible. European Commission. The tanning process for alligator is a lengthy process. Tanneries produce a huge amount of solid waste. The alligator is then soaked in the solution for about 48 hours [9] to completely remove any non-tannable proteins. Leather Panel. Ironically Hazaribagh in Urdu translates to "a thousand gardens"; quite the contrary to what the situation is like. Depending on what the final product will be, tanneries dissect and process that portion of the alligator. Retrieved 13 June Conservation and Arts Materials Encyclopedia Online. Ullu Blog. To brine the hide, usually a mixture of bleach, borax and salt is added to water in a plastic drum. This removes the remaining flesh and fat on the hide. The durability and softness that we get from alligator leather today started when commercial tanning began in the early s in New York, New Jersey and Europe. Lower grade alligator leather usually has scar tissue that would decrease the value of the product. Underbelly hide is usually used for luxury products and so therefore farm raised alligators will not have scars or marks as wild alligators may have. Alligator leather shoes and boots are a common sight in high-end retail stores. The earliest use of alligator skin was said to be in in North America. This affects groundwater systems and agricultural activities as the waste is usually dumped in landfills. Louisiana Alligators. This is to remove any bacteria or elements that could attract bacteria, as that is what causes decomposition. Luxury brands are known to use rare and expensive materials to justify their prices. During the American Civil War in , saddles and boots were made for the Confederate troops. By , alligators made the endangered species list in America however this was not for long. Leather use for clothing dates back to BC when ancient Greeks [6] used it as a material as it was durable and helped tackle different climates. Drying out the skin will slow the process of decomposition. This led to alligator leather rising to the top of choice for leather usage. This is due to the fact it is not raised in the wild and therefore do not encounter situations that would cause scars or damage to the skin. Tanneries that use chromium increase the chances of workers getting respiratory illnesses and can sometimes lead to lung, nasal or sinus cancer. This brought a major increase in demand as a fashion based material. This process produces brown leather that is soft and malleable. The process includes submerging the hide in a toxic slush of chromium salts and chemicals to create a light blue product that is supple and durable. Pan American Leathers, Inc. While high-grade leather can create exceptional quality, low-grade leather can also be pieced together to create a great product. Sci Flo Public Health. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Throughout the pickling stage, the water must be a room temperature level. Once this is done the inner portion of the skin will look white. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica. Research Gate. One example of poor disposal of wastewater can be seen in Hazaribagh , Bangladesh. Van Dyke's. The process first starts with first obtaining the skin and depending on the final product the leather will be used for; the tanner will choose which part of the animal to use. Languages Add links. Once this is done, wash the skin to remove any blood or flesh residue that is attached to the skin. In the year of , Alligators were no more a threat of endangerment due to the cultivation and conservation efforts that led to the number gradually increasing again. Brining is the chemical process that further enhances the curing process of the alligator. Namespaces Article Talk. While leather is still used as a material for winter clothing, due to its rarity and exclusivity, alligator leather has become a luxury. The environmental impact of leather, especially at the tanning process, has a mass negative effect. Contribute Help Community portal Recent changes Upload file. One of these sought after materials is alligator leather. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Leather is created when an animal skin or hide is chemically treated in a process called tanning to preserve them for long term use as material for clothing, handbags, footwear, furniture, sports equipment and tools. Views Read Edit View history. Although it is great for products such as bookbinding or early plate armour due to its softness, when in contact with water, the leather tends to shrink in size, as it is unstable. The use of chromium salts, acids and toxins have caused the Buriganga River, which runs along Hazaribagh, to turn black. This is the top portion of the alligator. High-end expensive brands use alligator hide for clothing items, most popular being jackets and winter wear. This process of tanning is done usually twice to soften the leather to its desired texture. Daphny Raes. The raw hide is then scraped using usually a dull tool so that it does not penetrate or cut the skin. 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