Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose is used for construction Characteristics of building special hydroxypropylmethylcellulose products(HPMC)

Solute in water and some organic solvents can be dissolved in cold water, its highest concentration is only determined by the viscosity, the solubility changes with the viscosity, the lower the viscosity, the greater the solubility.

Hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose for salt resistance building is non-ionic cellulose ether, and is not polymeric electrolyte, so in the presence of metal salt or organic electrolyte, relatively stable in aqueous solution, but excessive addition of electrolyte, can cause gel and precipitation.Surface activity because aqueous solution has suractive function, can serve as a colloidal protective agent, emulsifier and dispersant.

When hydroheated to a certain temperature, it becomes opaque, gel and gel, forming precipitation, but in continuous cooling, it returns to the original solution state, and the temperature of this gel and precipitation mainly depends on their lubricant, antisuspension agent, protective colloid, emulsifier, etc.

mildew resistance has good resistance and good viscosity stability in long-term storage,

The viscosity of PH stability: The water solution of hydroxypropyl methylcellulose specially used for buildings is almost unaffected by acid or base, and the PH value is relatively stable in the range of 3.0 to 11.0.

Shape remains. Because the highly concentrated aqueous solution of the building-specific hydroxypropyl methylcellulose has a special viscoelastic energy compared with the aqueous solutions of other polymers.

Its addition has the ability to improve the shape of extrusion ceramic products.

The hydrophilic nature of hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose and the high viscosity of its aqueous solution is a high efficiency water retaining agent.

Other characteristics: thickener, film-forming agent, adhesive, lubricant, auxiliary levitation agent, protective colloid, emulsifier, etc.

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