Hydroxypropyl Methyl Cellulose (HPMC)-for plaster-A

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Hydroxypropyl Methyl Cellulose (HPMC) is non-ionic cellulose ether, made by natural high polymer cellulose as raw material and series of chemical processing. They provide water retention and cohesiveness to mixtures. With special modification, it can be used to control thickening, water demand, workability, sag resistance, strength and other important properties of the final product.

It is widely used as thickener, adhesive, water preserving agent, film-foaming agent in building materials, industrial coatings, synthetic resin, ceramic industry, medicine, food, textile, agricultural, cosmetic and other industries.

Physical and chemical index

ITEM

CAS: 9004-65-3

INDEX

60SS-E

65SS-F

75SS-K

Hydroxypropyl                %

7.0-12.0

4.0-7.5

4.0-12.0

Methoxyl                    %

28.0-32.0

27.0-32.0

19.0-24.0

Gel temperature              

58-64

62-68

70-90

Moisture                     %

≤5.0

Ash content                  %

≤1.0

Viscosity                 mpa.s

100-200000

Lighttransmittance            %

≥70

Whiteness                   %

≥75

Bulk density                g /l

370---420

Appearance

white or off-white fibrous or granular powder, odorless, tasteless

Package:

25kg/package. Use polyethylene film cardboard or plastic polypropylene woven bag package.  

Plaster/Render

Cement based plaster/render is the finishing material that can be applied to any interior or exterior walls.

HPMC plays an vital role in improving various properties like sag resistance, workability, water retention, thickening effect and so on.

Recommend grades: HPMC 75SS-K (100000mpa.s-200000mpa.s)

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