Saha Saeng Chareon Tannery Ltd., Part. SSC Tannery are manufactures and exporters of high quality finished leather for furniture in thailand. Saha saeng chareon tannery limited was 30 years tannery, we have been a major furniture, sofa covers products leather in Thailand. We process both Thai local hides and imported hides from various sources. An expert in the production line acquire new machineries technologies and finishing technice for making best quality of cow and buffalo leather for upholstery to supply to our costomers manufacturers. Capacity production is more then 1.5 sq.ft. monthly.
SSC Tannery Thailand Manufacturers and exporters of finished leather made from cow and buffalo from thailand.
SSC Tannery Thailand Exporters and manufacturers of finished cow leather, buffalo leather.
SSC Tannery Thailand finished leather for sofa furniture products.
SSC Tannery Corrected Grain Leather : This leather is produced from a lower selection of hides that are aniline dyed and machine buffed to remove the defects and imperfections from the surface layer. After being heavily coated with pigments a replacement grain must be embossed to recreate their natural appearance and look. This product is highly resistant to wear, highly resistant to light and highly resistant to stain. It can be cleaned from stains quite easily, although it is always recommended to clean any spill or stain as soon as they occur.
SSC Tannery Natural Milling Leather : This leather is produced from Grade A leather which used the natural softening process spin technique (not an emboss technique) to create the surface layer.
SSC Tannery Aniline Leather : Aniline is without a doubt one of the softest leathers to the touch, it is produced from the finest selection of raw hides. Dyeing takes place in large wooden drums where the hides are bathed until the desired color is achieved. The natural surface of these hides remains unaltered, and their structure is easily recognized.
SSC Tannery Semi Aniline Leather : This leather is produced from the finest raw hides. It is fully aniline dyed in drums. Then the leather is slightly covered with organic pigment which makes the dyeing more uniform and increases its resistance to wear, resistance to light and resistance to stain. A major challenge in the production of semi aniline leathers is to produce a highly resistant product maintaining as much as possible the suppleness and feel of pure aniline.