Construction CAS 9004-65-3 HPMC Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose
|Product Name||Construction 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|
CAS 9004-65-3 HPMC hydroxypropyl methylcellulose,
Construction hydroxypropyl methylcellulose powder,
HPMC hydroxy methyl propyl cellulose
Tile Adhesive Additive Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose HPMC
Name: Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose
Hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose (HPMC; CAS No. 9004-65-3) is an odorless and tasteless, white to slightly off-white, fibrous or granular, free-flowing powder that is a synthetic modification of the natural polymer, cellulose.
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.
Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose can improve the homogeneity of cement-based tile adhesive,which permits an easier painting of the mortar .
Thus the working efficiency is improved and the resistance to sagging is enhanced. Easy dry mix formula due to cold water solubility: lump formation can be easily avoided, ideal for heavy tiles. Good water retention: prevention of fluid loss to the substrates, the appropriate water content is kept in mixture which guarantees longer concreting time. Increased water demand: increased open time, expanded spry area and more economical formulation. Easier spreading and improved sagging resistance due to improved consistency.
Our Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose is packed in an inner polyethylene bag reinforced with a 3-ply paper bag, or paper barrel or paper box, net weight is 25kg per bag.
Transportation and Storage
Protect the product against moisture and damp.
Don't put it together with other chemicals.