dehairing

dehairing

removal of hairs and bristles of pigs by a scraper after scalding in a tank or a steam cabinet.
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Enzymatic dehairing is suggested as an environment friendly alternative to the conventional chemical process.
Sodium sulfide is widely utilized in dehairing process for leather production owing to its relatively higher effectiveness, efficiency and efficaciousness than other alternatives.
Request for quotations: stably for automatic blade dehairing with scalding vat b2-psf-1
TECHNOLOGICAL TRAITS OF THE CHAKU LLAMA FIBRE BEFORE AND AFTER DEHAIRING
Chemical and structural changes in dry-cured hams (Bayonne Hams) during processing and effects of dehairing technique.
It was made worse when virtually all dehairing machines in the country were purchased by European companies and shipped overseas.
Tiwary E, Gupta R (2010) Medium optimization for a novel 58 kDa dimeric keratinase from Bacillus licheniformis ER-15: biochemical characterization and application in feather degradation and dehairing of hides.
dehairing and bating of hides to substitute currently used toxic chemicals is a relatively new development and has conferred added biotechnological importance (Rao et al.
Provincial Veterinarian Grimaldo Catapang extended assistance to slaughter houses under the technical and financial support to livestock related projects by providing electric stunner, generator, dehairing table, power spray, and others needs.
Use of enzymes as a viable alternative has been restored to in pre-tanning operations such as soaking, dehairing (Sirvaityte et al.
Britain-based firm Cashmere Fibres International Limited is expected to soon move its dehairing facility to Herat, the embassy said, in a bid to boost the private sector.