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Blend of oxidized and Sulfated fish Oil TDS

Blend of oxidized and Sulfated fish Oil TDS


Appearance:           Reddish Brown Oil

Active Content (%)   :           80 ± 2

Ionicity:           Anionic

pH (1 : 10):           6.5 – 8.5

In Stability to Electrolytes: Stable to acids and salts under usual tannery conditions


Provides leather with natural softness and soft touch.

Provides excellent inner softness.

Stable to Chrome.

Compatible with other fat liquors.


LISULINE TIS is used in chrome tanning, retaining, and main fatliquoring.


In chrome tanning:                                     0.5 -   2.0 %

In chrome tanning:                                  up to 6%

In the main fat liquor for garments,

Goods & upholstery leathers:                   3.0 – 6.0%


In cool & dry conditions it can be stored for more than 1 year, but when kept in humid and elevated temperatures some caking may be observed

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What is fish oil?

This oil or fat is extracted from fish tissue.

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