Leather Formic Acid

We procure and export quality leather formic acid from reliable and trusted manufacturers across the globe. It is one of the important intermediates used in the chemical syntheses for leather. Leather formic acid is extensively used as coagulant for obtaining rubber from latex. It is an auxiliary for dealing and pickling of fur fixing of dyes-in-leather industry and in processing of textile industry. Further, it is also used as an intermediate in manufacturing of basic drugs, plant protection agents, pesticides, vulcanization accelerators, antioxidants and cleaning agents.

Sodium Sulphide Flakes

We offer sodium sulphide flakes which is available both in red and yellow. The chemical formula for the sodium sulphide is Na2S and is also known as disodium sulphide, sodium sulfide, disodium sulfide, and sodium monosulfide. Available in different PPM these sodium sulphide flakes can be made available as per the requirement of our clients. These sodium sulphide flakes are widely used as leather chemicals for manufacturing different lather finishing products.

Sodium Bi Chromate

Known for its multiple uses, our range of sodium bi chromate is an orange crystal grain and is easy soluble in water. The chemical formula of sodium bi chromate is NA2CR2O7.2H2O. These are widely used in the textile industry as an oxidation agent. Our chromate is also used as chrome acid production, chrome production pigment tanning oxidant and for wood preservation. Offered in plastic woven bags these can also be used for the production of pesticide products.

Industrial Leather Chemicals

The quality range of industrial leather chemicals offered by us is formulated as per the industrial standard. This ensures reliable and pure composition of the industrial leather chemicals. These are used in various leather industries as degreasing agent, for soaking oil, wetting agent, acrylic coating, binders, mf resin, and softener finishers & conditioners. The industrial leather chemicals offered by us are known for its purity and effectiveness.