Water Dispersed Strand-Zirconia 16.5%
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Introdution of Water Dispersed Strand-Zirconia 16.5%:
Water dispersed chopped strand is mainly used in the reinforcement of gelled material such as cement, gypsum. The fibers disperse best when the viscosity of mortar at 4-20%; It improves homogeneousness and bearing capacity of panels and prevent cracks, when dosage reaches more than 1%. They incorporate easily into mixes giving a very large number of distributed reinforcing fibers from a small weight of product.
Usage of Water Dispersed Strand-Zirconia 16.5%:
Water dispersed chopped strand is typically used at a low level of addition to prevent cracking & improve the performance of concrete, flooring, renders or other special mortar mixes.
Technical Data of Water Dispersed Strand-Zirconia 16.5%:
Zirconia Content(%)≥ 16.5%
Strand length: 4mm-36mm
Strand tex: 76tex
Filament da: 13μm
Size content(%)≥ 1.6
Breaking Strength(N/tex)≥ 0.23
Package of Water Dispersed Strand-Zirconia 16.5%:
Pallet package and carton package for choice, and also special package is also available.
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