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» K.I. - ECS
Introduction:
K.I. – ECS is an emulsifiable concentrate of Nitrocellulose Lacquer having excellent water resistance. It imparts high gloss to the finish.
Technical Data
Appearance :  Transparent to slightly hazy viscous liquid.
Film : Clear & glossy.
Solids :  24 – 26 %
Applications
• K.I. – ECS is mainly used for spray top of full grain upper, garment leathers and corrected upper grains.
• One part of K.I. – ECS can be diluted with 2 parts of water or thinner.
Advantages
• Excellent water resistant finish.
• Easily emulsifiable with hand stirring.
• Excellent storage stability.

Precautions

Refer to M.S.D.S. for handling procedures.

Note : These suggestions and information are offered in good faith but without guarantee as conditions & methods of use are beyond our control. Hence it is desirable for the prospective customer that they determine the suitability of the product and suggestions before commercial use.

( Without Warranty )

 
» KRISHNACRYL ® K.I.-401 ( MEDIUM SOFT BINDER )
Features:
• KRISHNACRYL K.I.-401 IS A MEDIUM SOFT BINDER.
• LOW TACK, TOUGHNESS, FINE PARTICLE SIZE AND EXTENSIBLE.
• HIGHLY ELASTIC FILM.
• CAN BE USED ALONGWITH OTHER SOFT BINDERS.
• PRODUCES A NATURAL HANDLE
 
PHYSICAL PARAMETERS
Appearance :  MILKY WHITE TO TRANSLUSCENT EMULSION
Solids :  38-40 %
pH :  7-8.5
CHARGE : ANIONIC
STABILITY : EXCELLENT
 
OTHER INFORMATION:
TO BE USED AS PER THE NORMAL APPLICATION PROCEDURES.
SUPPLIED WITHOUT WARRANTY.
» KRISHNACRYL® K.I.-402 ( MEDIUM SOFT BINDER )

INTRODUCTION

KRISHNACRYL K.I. 402 is a medium soft binder based on soft acrylic co-polymers.

 

FEATURES

• Low tack,toughness,fine particle size and extensible.
• Highly elastic film.
• Can be used along with other soft binders.
• Produces a natural handle
 
PHYSICAL PARAMETERS
Appearance :  Milky white to translucent emulsion
Solids :  38-40 %
Ph :  7-8.5
Charge :  Anionic
Stability :  Excellent
 
APPLICATION

To be used as per the normal application procedures.

 
PRECAUTION
• Store in cool, dry and well shaded place.
• Stir well before use.
• Refer to MSDS for handling.
 
NOTE: The above information is based on the present state of our knowledge of our product. It is given in good faith, only as a guide and does not imply any commitment or guarantee on our part. It is advisable to conduct prior trial to check the suitability of our product for intended process to suit your satisfaction before using them in bulk.
(Without Warranty)
» KRISHNACRYL – K.I. – 61 COMPACT (Compact Acrylic Binder )

INTRODUCTION

KRISHNACRYL – K.I. – 61 is a milky white dispersion of medium viscosity and good stability. This modified mixed polymer produces medium soft and elastic film which is strongly filling.
 
Technical Data
Appearance : Milky white dispersion
Solids Content

: 34 % TO 36 %

Ph value : 8.0 TO 9.0
Charge :  Anionic
Composition : Blend of soft waxes and polymeric additives.
 
Application
KRISHNACRYL – K.I. – 61 produces good filled finishes and is thus specially suited for splits and grain leather of all types, both buffed and full grain, where better sorting values are sought after. Finishes with KRISHNACRYL – K.I. – 61 can be applied by padding, spraying, curtain coating or roller coating.
 

Precautions

Formulations as made above have generally good shelf life but recommended to be used within a week. Always keep the mixes in closed containers
Refer to M.S.D.S. for handling procedures.

Note : These suggestions and information are offered in good faith but without guarantee as conditions & methods of use are beyond our control. Hence it is desirable for the prospective customer that they determine the suitability of the product and suggestions before commercial use.

( Without Warranty )
 
» KRISHNACRYL – K.I. – 71

INTRODUCTION

 
KRISHNACRYL – K.I.- 71 is a micro emulsion of acrylic copolymer designed for surface impregnation of leather to bond the grain layer to the corium as a means of upgrading lower quality stock. Leather impregnated with this polymer has improved break , increased scuff resistance and higher cutting values. In general , impregnated leather can be finished with fewer coats and exhibits good smoothness and layout.
 
KRISHNACRYL – K.I. – 71 also offers the advantage of involving no hazardous solvent, requiring no special equipment and no unusual drying or curing cycles.
 

TECHNICAL DATA:

Appearance : Clear Translucent Emulsion
Solids Content

: 19 % - 20 %

Ph value : 7 – 8
 
APPLICATIONS
KRISHNACRYL – K.I. – 71 is particularly well suited for either hand swab or season application. For best results it is usually necessary to apply two or three successive coats making sure that no drying occurs between the coats. If drying does take place, it will prevent penetration of subsequent applications. It is important to note that sufficient materials must be deposited at the junction of the grain layer and the corium to upgrade leather.

KRISHNACRYL – K.I. – 71 has good penetrating characteristics and is designed for application at 13 % to 15 % solids on snuffed leathers of all types.

KRISHNACRYL – K.I. – 71 has a small molecular size which makes it especially suitable for impregnating vegetable retanned side leathers.
 
PRECAUTIONS
REFER TO MSDS FOR HANDLING PRECAUTIONS.

(WITHOUT WARRANTY)
 
» KRISHNACRYL K.I.-100 MEDIUM SOFT ELASTOMERIC BINDER
KRISHNACRYL K.I.-100 is a new generation medium soft binder with excellent elastomeric properties ideal for good filling and covering application. It is recommended for use in base coats and color coats of corrected grain leathers.
 
Characteristics
• Fine particle size
• High wet and dry flex
• Print retention
• Excellent plate release
• Excellent cold crack resistance
• Excellent adhesion.
 
Properties
Appearance : Translucent to milky white emulsion
Nature

: Anionic

Solids : 34.0% - 35.0%
pH : 6.0 - 7.0
 
General information
KRISHNACRYL K.I.-100 forms an excellent substrate for finishing applications. Hence it is used as a soft binder in the formulation of base coats like sheep skin and bovine leather. This also eliminates the need for use of PU binder. The unique properties of K.I.-100 make it ideal for use in the formulations of base coats/colour coats of full and corrected grains and split leathers and gives excellent results on smooth upper, goat upper lining etc.

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» KRISHNACRYL – K.I. – 901
INTRODUCTION
 
KRISHNACRYL – K.I.- 901 is an aqueous acrylic dispersion which forms a dry, hard glossy film. The outstanding characteristics of this new binder make it useful in many finishing applications on various types of leathers in colour coats and top coats used in combination with selected auxiliaries.
KRISHNACRYL – K.I. – 901 shows promising applicability in shoe dressings.
 
TECHNICAL DATA
Appearance : Off White Emulsion.
Odour

: Agreeable ester odour.

Solid Content : 24 % - 26 %
pH value : 7 – 8
Film Hardness : Hard and Dry.
 
APPLICATIONS
This new top finish, based on KRISHNACRYL – K.I. – 901 gives a good slick feel. It can be plated at a relatively high temperature of 170ºF. The finish will be highly resistant to discolouration by heat and humidity and is not affected by exposures to light.
 
PRECAUTIONS
REFER TO MSDS FOR HANDLING PRECAUTIONS.

(WITHOUT WARRANTY)
 
» KRISHNACRYL – SB - 63
INTRODUCTION
KRISHNACRYL SB – 63 is a very fine uniform particle size acrylic polymer having extremely good penetrating properties.
It can be used in the formulation of base coats and colour coats
 
Technical Data
Appearance

:  Translucent Emulsion

Solid :  34 – 35 %
pH value :  5.0 – 5.8
Charge : Anionic.
 
Applications
• It can be excellent in surface impregnation of corrected and full grain leathers.
• It has a soft and gentle handle and excellent cold crack resistance.
• It has outstanding adhesion properties.
• General Formulation Guidelines
 
A. Base Coat Mixtures ( recommended sequence )
• Water
• Ammonia Solution ( about 2 % )
• KRISHNACRYL SB – 63
• Any other general purpose acrylic binder as may be desired.
• Auxilliaries
• Pigments and dyes.
 
B. For Nappa Garments
KRISHNACRYL SB -63 : 60 – 7- parts.
Pigments : 30 – 50 parts
Wax Emulsion : 12 – 15 parts.
Silicon Emulsion : 5 – 10 parts
Ammonia : 2.5 – 5 parts
Water : 310 – 360 parts
 
Filter , spray one full cross coat
Dry
Lightly stake
Repeat full cross coat
Season and dry
 
C. Impregnation Mixtures
Penetrator
Water
 
» KRISHNACRYL SB – 63

Advantages

Very Fine Particles
Soft handle and excellent adhesion properties.
 

Precautions

Formulations as made above have generally good shelf life but recommended to be used within a week.
Always keep the mixes in closed containers
Refer to M.S.D.S. for handling procedures.
 
Note : These suggestions and information are offered in good faith but without guarantee as conditions & methods of use are beyond our control. Hence it is desirable for the prospective customer that they determine the suitability of the product and suggestions before commercial use.

( Without Warranty )
 
» KRISHNAFIN HC-6 ( CON )

FINISHING AGENT BASED ON TALLOW WAX

 
Introduction
KRISHNAfin HC-6 ( CON ) is blended with base coat finishes up to 20-25% of the total resin on product basis.

KRISHNAfin HC-6 ( CON ) is also a smooth waxy feel modifier.
 
Typical Properties
Appearance

: Yellowish buff viscous paste.

Solid : 30 % Minimum.
pH value : 8.0 - 9.5
 
Other Information

To be used as per the normal application procedures.

 

Precautions

Refer to M.S.D.S. for handling procedures
 
Note : These suggestions and information are offered in good faith but without guarantee as conditions & methods of use are beyond our control. Hence it is desirable for the prospective customer that they determine the suitability of the product and suggestions before commercial use.

( Without Warranty )
 
» KRISHNALAC HG

Nature

KRISHNALAC HG is a nitrocellulose based lacquer emulsion with balanced flow and gloss properties.
 
Typical Properties
Appearance

: Milky white emulsion

Solid : 13.0%-14.0%
Stability : stable under standard conditions in tap water and  hard  water
 

KRISHNALAC -  HG  in top coat gives good gloss. It also gives good rub fastness.
It also imparts to the leather high temperature plateability and natural handle.

 
Application

Best applied by spray coating, KRISHNALAC - HG can be diluted with water
1:1.5 or 2:1 depending upon the requirement of fastness and gloss respectively.

(Without warranty)

 
» KRISHNAPRO - 86

Soft Protein Binder for Leather Industries

KRISHNAPRO – 86 is a soft , waxy protein binder formulated for glaze finishes in leather tanneries.
 
Technical Specifications
Appearance

:  Cream colored liquid

Solid :  10 – 11 %
Stability :  7 – 9
 
Applications
Used as a soft waxy protein binder. Being polish able, KRISHNAPRO – 86 is used as a base coat for glaze finishes on leathers.
 
Typical Formulation
KRISHNAPRO – 86 :  150 parts
KRISHNAPRO – 88 :  50 parts
Anionic Dye Solution :  80 – 82 parts
Casein based anionic pigment :  18 – 20 parts
Water :  700 parts  
 
Spray 1 – 2 coats and then dry.
 
Note : These suggestions and information are offered in good faith but without guarantee as conditions & methods of use are beyond our control. Hence it is desirable for the prospective customer that they determine the suitability of the product and suggestions before commercial use.

( Without Warranty )
 
» KRISHNAPRO - 88

Soft Protein Binder for Leather Industries

KRISHNAPRO – 88 is a soft , waxy protein binder  formulated for glaze finishes in leather tanneries.

 
Technical Specifications
Appearance

: Cream colored liquid

Solid : 10 – 11 %
Stability : 7 – 9
 
Applications
Used as a soft waxy protein binder. Being polish able, KRISHNAPRO – 88 is used as a base coat for glaze finishes on leathers
 
Typical Formulation
KRISHNAPRO – 86 :  150 parts
KRISHNAPRO – 88 :  50 parts
Anionic Dye Solution :  80 – 82 parts
Casein based anionic pigment :  18 – 20 parts
Water :  700 parts  
 

Spray 1 – 2 coats and then dry.

 
Note : These suggestions and information are offered in good faith but without guarantee as conditions & methods of use are beyond our control. Hence it is desirable for the prospective customer that they determine the suitability of the product and suggestions before commercial use.

( Without Warranty )
 
» KRISHNATAN – RE ( Acrylic Tanning Agent )

INTRODUCTION

 
KRISHNATAN – RE is highly viscous but readily pourable and dilutable with water. The product is not miscible with cationic products i.e. mineral tanning agent but perfectly compatible with synthetic and vegetable tanning agents,sulphited fatliquors,anionic dyes and other anionic products. This product may precipitate if pH is less than 4.
 
TECHNICAL DATA
Appearance

: Pale yellow / Brown viscous liquid.

Solid Content

: 35 +/- 1 %

pH value : 5 - 7
Nature : Synthetic Organic Resin Tanning Agent.
 
APPLICATIONS
Very small amount of KRISHNATAN – RE makes the leather grain fully tight without impairing the fineness of the grain and natural feel.

KRISHNATAN – RE is light fast and gives level shades when used in white leather. It gives higher degree of whiteness on pale chrome leathers.

KRISHNATAN – RE can be readily finished and adhesion of the finish is improved in comparison to the other conventionally re-tanned leather.
 
PRECAUTIONS
REFER TO MSDS FOR HANDLING PRECAUTIONS.

(WITHOUT WARRANTY)
 
» SYNTAN - 40

INTRODUCTION

Syntan – 40 is an aqueous solution of synthetic tanning agent for chrome leather.

Technical data

Appearance

: Cream white viscous liquid.

Solid Content

: 39 % - 41 %

pH value : 2.5 – 3.5
Charge : Anionic
Applications
• Use above chrome leather with pH 3.8 to 4.0.
• Wash for 10 minutes.
• Drain to short float.
• Add 4-5 % of Syntan – 40.
• Run 40 minutes and test for exhaustion.
• Neutralise to pH 5 by Sodium Bicarbonate.
• Rinse to Fatliquor temp.50 – 60ºC.Drain Fatliquor.
Bleaching Chrome Leather
• Shaved chrome leather pH 4.
• Wash for 15 minutes.
• Drain.
• Add 1 % oxalic acid.
• Run for 15 minutes Drain Refloat.
• Add 5 % Syntan – 40.
• Run for 30 minutes.
• Rinse to fatliquor temperature 60ºC.
• Drain and fatliquor.

Advantages

• This syntan plumps leather more than all other retans.
• Effect of Temper is comparable to that of Chrome Retannage.
• Leather retanned by Syntan – 40 are superior in light fastness to other agents.
• Superior ageing stability.

Precautions

• Stir well before use
• Refer to M.S.D.S. for handling

Note : These suggestions and information are offered in good faith but without guarantee as conditions & methods of use are beyond our control. Hence it is desirable for the prospective customer that they determine the suitability of the product and suggestions before commercial use.

» TURKEY RED OIL (T.R.O)

INTRODUCTION

T.R.O. is a powerful surface active agent having wide applications. This product is based on vegetable oils and is totally bio-degradable and eco friendly.

 
Technical Data
Product : Turkey Red Oil (Sulphated Castor Oil)
Appearance : Pale yellow to brown colored transparent liquid.
Ionic Nature : Anionic.
Total Fatty Matter : 75 % ± 2
pH ( 10% solution )

: 6.0 - 8.0

Solubility : soluble in water.
Packing : 200 kgs HDPE barrels.
 
Turkey Red Oil is also available in other grades of 30 %, 50 % and 70 % TFM.
 

Applications

• As a softener for sizing in the textile industry.
• For Vat dyeing of Cellulose.
• As an anionic wetting agent and emulsifier.
• As a Defoamer in Sugar, Paper and Brewery industry.
• As an Emulsifier in the Pesticide industry.
• As an Additive in the Lubricant and Petroleum industry.
• Also used extensively in the Rubber, Ball bearing and Leather industries.
• In printing industries, T.R.Oil can be used for dispersion of pigment & pigment paste and also for cleaning of printing machinery like    rollers & plates.
 

Precautions

Refer to MSDS for handling procedures.

(Without Warranty)

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