Studi perbandingan mutu kulit jadi (finished leather) yang berasal dari kulit yang diawet dengan garam dan yang diawetkan dengan sinar matahariJournal: Majalah kulit, karet, dan plastik (Vol.3, No. 7)
Publication Date: 1988-12-30
Authors : Sri Untari; Jayusman Jayusman;
Page : 3-13
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The object of this study is to obtain the differences glace leather properties made from: a. Sun dried goat skins b. Wet salted goat skins c. And preserved for 1, 2 and 3 months successively, the curing and preservation of which is in accordance with BPK (KSI) method. The sample observed is 18 sides goat skins which are taken from a slaughted ? house in Yogyakarta. 9 side of those are preserved by sun drying and the rest is wet salted, preserved for 3 months is accordance with BPK/KSI method of preservation. Out of the 1, 2 and 3 months preservation, 1 side of the dried and wet salted skins is taken and processed into glace leather according to BPK method with 2 replications. The tanned leather then is subjected to organoleptic, physical and chemical analyses. The study is carried out in 1 year. The chemical and organoleptic data are obtained from variance sub sample (£ < 0,05) CRD factorial analyses. Whereas the physical properties are analysed by variance sub sample (£ < 0,05) CRD factorial analyses. Whereas the physical properties are analysed by variance sub sample (£ < 0,05) CDR factorial and Duncan’s Test (£ < 0,05). The result of organoleptic analyses show that there is no different properties between glace leather mode from dried and wet salted goat skins (£ < 0,05) and the time of preservation used has no influence on the them (£ < 0,05). But there are differences on tensile strength and stretch properties between glace leather made from dried and wet salted skins (£ < 0,05) and the time of preservation used influnces on the them (£ < 0,05).
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