fleshings

fleshings

(ˈflɛʃɪŋz)
pl n
1. (Clothing & Fashion) flesh-coloured tights
2. (Tanning) bits of flesh scraped from the hides or skins of animals
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fleshings

pl (= tights)Trikotstrumpfhose (→ n pl) f
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References in classic literature ?
Articled clerks have been in the habit of fleshing their legal wit upon it.
Summary: Tanneries generate a huge amount of highly polluting solid and liquid wastes during leather processing at different stages such as fleshings, shavings, tanning, finishing etc.
Key words: Leather fleshings, Waste protein, Surfactant, Water resisting agent, Water resistant leather.
Tanneries generate highly polluting solid and liquid wastes during leather processing at different stages such as fleshings, shavings, tanning, finishing etc.
De- liming of leather fleshings with HCL produces toxic H2S [5].
So, we have emphasized and successfully isolated protein from fleshings and converted into water resisting surfactant.
Three different fractions were isolated from hydrolyzed fleshings, as shown in Table-1.
Table-1: Characteristics of recovered fractions from fleshings.
Waste leather fleshings in wet condition were collected in polythene bags from tanneries of SITE Area Karachi.
Fleshings (6.5Kg) were washed thoroughly in a washing tub with tap water.
These de-limed fleshings were stored in a refrigerator for further experimental work.
We are also investigating further cost savings and revenue generation in putting the fleshings through the decanter" he continued.