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  • J&E Sedgwick & Co. Ltd. » Blog Archive » Table Lining Hides
    Gauge Global Distributors History Location Feedback Contact Us Product Categories Bridle Leather Leather Colours Leather for Leather Goods Leather Preparation Care Saddle Leather Also in this Category Traditional English Mini Butts for Belts English Bridle Shoulders Traditional English Belt Leather

    Original URL path: http://www.je-sedgwick.co.uk/products/leather-for-leather-goods/table-lining-hides/ (2016-04-27)
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  • J&E Sedgwick & Co. Ltd. » Blog Archive » Leather Dyes
    Dyes Original Leathercare Leather Dyes J E Sedgwick use many dyes and finishes when manufacturing their leather All dyes pigments and resins are now subject to strict Health and Safety legislation and with this in mind J E Sedgwick now ensure that all of the products used are free from Lead Oxides and other materials that were once used This ensures that the employees and the end consumer will be risk free J E Sedgwick use only the best dyes pigments and resins from specialist companies who are renowned globally for their expertise and quality of their product We work close with these manufacturers to enable our company to have the best supplier relationship as possible The secret of superb leather is also in the products we use such as the above The importance of successful leather is the attention to detail that our colourmatching department employ Colourmatching can be easy and also very challenging Any colour can be sent to us for matching from plain to the ridiculous Some colours take longer to make than others Often there are colours that once mixed seem right but can be way off once applied to the leather It takes years of

    Original URL path: http://www.je-sedgwick.co.uk/products/leather-preparation-care/leather-dyes/ (2016-04-27)
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  • J&E Sedgwick & Co. Ltd. » Blog Archive » Original Leathercare
    care Part of this service includes being on hand to assess any leather damage particularly if a piece of leather has broken or shows a marked change from its original state during use In recent years there has been an increase in the number of cases that have warranted investigation The majority of instances of damaged leather can be linked to misuse or the incorrect care of the leather equipment with the users allowing leather to become desiccated and brittle either from drying wet leather near a heat source or by not cleaning or moisturing it sufficiently An equal number of users actually over oil the leather These common mistakes result in a radical change in the fibrous structure of the leather weakening and distorting its substance In many cases the causes of damage in the leather have not been so obvious leading to Sedgwick s analysing the Neatsfoot Saddle soap and leather dressing that can be found on the shelves of any tack shop or tack room Sedgwick s discovered that many of these products had been re formulated to suit modern manufacturing processes and consumer tastes Therefore some of these products on sale today do not represent what

    Original URL path: http://www.je-sedgwick.co.uk/products/leather-preparation-care/original-leathercare/ (2016-04-27)
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  • J&E Sedgwick & Co. Ltd. » Blog Archive » Dyed Traditional English Saddle Leather
    the leather is as smooth as possible The Leather is drum dyed to facilitate the colour of the flesh and grain which results in a deeper colour and therefore better finish to the leather All Traditional English Saddle leather is hand stained as close to the finished colour Hand staining helps the penetration of the dyes into the grain thus improving the colour and feel to the leather The leather

    Original URL path: http://www.je-sedgwick.co.uk/products/saddle-leather/dyed-traditional-english-saddle-leather/ (2016-04-27)
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  • J&E Sedgwick & Co. Ltd. » Blog Archive » Sedgwick Saddle Leather
    for Billets Dyed Panel Seat Hide Dyed Windsor Saddle Flap Butt Dyed Saddle Leather German Pull up finish Dyed Traditional English Saddle Leather Sedgwick Saddle Leather Sedgwick Saddle Leather There are many types of colours and finishes that can be applied to our leather Whilst we are happy to supply customers with any colour and finish possible these may not be desirable to the leather We aim to supply the leather in a variety of colours These are prepared by drum dyeing the leather first This enables the grain and the flesh of the leather to have the desired depth of colour thus ensuring a superb look to the leather We can produce the solids of the leather to match the Panel Seat Hide this will require a pigmented finish to both items The Saddle will then be consistent in colour The other finish is a dyed aniline finish we call this the Windsor Range Again the leather is correctly drum dyed to a colour required The grain is hand stained and then either printed or left with the full grain exposed A thin level application of selected oils is applied to the grain and left to migrate fully through

    Original URL path: http://www.je-sedgwick.co.uk/products/saddle-leather/sedgwick-saddle-leather/ (2016-04-27)
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  • J&E Sedgwick & Co. Ltd. » Blog Archive » New Boiler
    Distributors History Location Feedback Contact Us Product Categories Bridle Leather Leather Colours Leather for Leather Goods Leather Preparation Care Saddle Leather Also in this Category New Boiler New Drum New Boiler J E Sedgwick have recently invested in and installed a Wee Chieftain Package Steam Boiler The new model will enable us to be more energy efficient and environmental friendly The pictures below show the new drum being delivered and

    Original URL path: http://www.je-sedgwick.co.uk/news/new-boiler/ (2016-04-27)
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  • J&E Sedgwick & Co. Ltd. » Blog Archive » New Drum
    drums have historically been made from Oak and have served us well for many years Today we still have three Oak drums that continue to re tan our leather Why a new Plastic drum We have invested in a plastic drum for many reasons The main reason is its flexibility to drum a variety of leathers at different variable speeds and ultimately gives our tanning department a wide range of innovative ideas and finishes In addition to the new drum Sedgwick s also invested in laying a new floor in its tannery department The pictures below show the different stages of removing and installation of the floor and drum The whole operation took 4 weeks from the beginning of August 2008 Old drum being dismantled Old floor being readied for breaking up This floor has served us well for over 50 years The Old floor being ripped apart by JCB Delivery of our new drum Steady steady The floor being prepared for concreting The first of five loads of specially formulated concrete is pumped into position The new drum being positioned ready for installation The new drum is now in position The drum is narrower than all of the other

    Original URL path: http://www.je-sedgwick.co.uk/news/news-post-one/ (2016-04-27)
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  • J&E Sedgwick & Co. Ltd. » Location
    the Scenes Diagram of Cut Sections of Cattle Hide Leather Thickness Gauge Global Distributors History Location Feedback Contact Us Products Bridle Leather Leather Colours Leather for Leather Goods Leather Preparation Care Saddle Leather Location J E Sedgwick Reservoir Place Pleck

    Original URL path: http://www.je-sedgwick.co.uk/location/# (2016-04-27)
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