Future-proofThe leather tanned with Stahl EasyWhite Tan™ looks to a more sustainable future for fashion, as demanded by an increasing number of consumers

Jun 26, 2017
Posted in: , Materials , Sustainability

510259207_1280x720Everyone loves leather in the fashion industry: it enables one to distinguish oneself, it conveys a sensation of luxury and allows one to make resistant objects. However, leather manufacturing processes have always been controversial, as they represent the fight between quality and sustainability. This is true above all if we think about the last few years, when consumers have become increasingly aware of what they wear. This is the reason why the request for high-quality leathers that are also more sustainable has risen.

The Stahl EasyWhite Tan™ tanning system completely meets this evolution of demand. It enables the creation of sustainable leathers, without compromising their great quality or functionality. It enables the tanning industry to process all kinds of leathers without using heavy metals and thus to meet standard product specifications and to go even beyond the basic requirements demanded by fashion brands. An innovative tanning system, with which the pioneer Stahl is opening the way for a more sustainable fashion.

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Besides, the award-winning system EasyWhite Tan™ simplifies the tanning process, enabling to save time and energy. The reduced use of chemicals, salt and water, in fact, lowers the environmental impact, while the pearl white colouring suits not only dark coloured leathers, but also white or light shades. Furthermore, the leather tanned with Stahl EasyWhite Tan™ shows extremely high resistance and can be finished as one likes, thus obtaining variations in aspect, consistency and touch.

Benefits that make Stahl EasyWhite Tan™ ideal for all kinds of applications – leather jackets, trousers and shoes, up to bags, gloves and bracelets.

 

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Stahl is a leading company in processing chemicals for leather and other substrates. Since the 1930’s Stahl is looking to realize the […]

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