Oil and wax novelties from Sarchem

Published:  31 December, 2013

Turkish leather chemicals producer Sarchem Chemicals, whose innovative products and processes provide ecological and economical advantages, will exhibit fashion articles designed with new fatliquoring products and specially developed leather finishing chemicals at the upcoming IILF 2014 in Chennai.

Sarugan W 9222: An aqueous, aliphatic polyurethane dispersion, especially designed to use in aqueous topcoats of different leather finishes. It performs on finishes with a high gloss to provide good filling and levelling properties. It also provides good wet rub and flexometer values.

Saracryl 5085: A fine particle size, soft acrylic polymer impregnation binder for corrected grain and split leathers. Good filling properties give optimum grain tightening with a very smooth and uniform surface.

Sarwax 8160: A special modified, aqueous wax emulsion for “burnishing effects”, which provides darkness after burnishing and hot plating to leave a pleasant handle.


Sarwax 8181: A special modified, aqueous wax emulsion for “burnishing effects”. It provides darkness with a pleasant handle, high gloss and is recommended to use with pigment.

Sarcurol OL: A very highly concentrated fatliquor. Suitable for fatliquoring light, fluffy clothing and soft leathers. It gives the final leather an outstanding softness, dyeability and levelness. It also provides good lightfastness and a silky touch.

Sarcurol OT: A highly concentrated fish oil that provides the leather with excellent softness, a smooth flat grain, very good dyeability and levelness, and good light fastness.

Sarcurol KW: A synthetic fatliquor which provides good softness, especially if retanned with synthetic vegetable tanning agents. Leather is full, round, has a slightly waxy handle and excellent dyeability.

Sarcurol SL: A synthetic fatliquor designed for soft articles and white leathers. It renders the leather with good uniform softness, a full round handle, good dyeability, levelness, tightness and gives a good milling effect.

Hall 2, stand 2A-01