|Product Name:||Chemicals Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose||Appearance:||White Or Yellowish Powder|
|Raw Material:||Refined Cotton||Application:||Thickener, Emulsifier, Film-former, Binder, Dispersing Agent, Protective Colloids|
|Advantage:||Good Water Retention, Stable||Sample:||200g Free Sample Provide|
Refined Cotton Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose,
9004 65 3 ISO HPMC,
ISO Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose
Coating raw materials chemicals Hydroxypropylmethy cellulose HPMC
Name: Hydroxypropylmethy cellulose
Molecular Formula: [C6H7O2(OH)x-m-n(OCH3)m(OCH2CH(OH)CH3)n]x
Hydroxypropylmethy cellulose or HPMC is widely uesd as thickener, emulsifier, film-former, binder, dispersing agent, protective colloids,etc in construction materials, paints,paper making industry, synthetic resins, ceramics, textiles, agriculture ,etc.
1. Appearance: white to yellowish powder or grains.
2. Technical Index
|Loss on drying, %||5.0 Max|
|Appearance||White to yellowish grains or powder|
|Viscosity (mPa.s)||refer to Table 2|
|Level||Specific range (mPa.s)||Level||Specific range (mPa.s)|
Note: Any other special requirement for the product can be satisfied through the negotiation.
1. Use directly-Mix under dry base:
Mix Hydroxypropylmethy cellulose with other materials you need to add directly in the mixer.
When HPMC and other materials blend well,pour water to disperse and dissolve.
2. Mother solution first
First, pour 1/3 or 2/3 of the total water you need to add into the container.
Second, heat the water .when the water temperature is about 85 centigrade,add Hydroxypropylmethy cellulose continually at the same time keep stirring.
Third ,When the solution becomes a kind of slurry ,please add the rest of water while keep stirring until the solution turns transparent
• water retention
• good workability
• Overall good performance
• Very good open time
• Thermal stability improved
• Less retardation of cement hydration
• Excellent slip resistance
Transportation and Storage
Protect the product against moisture and damp.
Don't put it together with other chemicals.