06 Jan 2020
January 6, 2020

Cellulosic Fiber

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A fiber is a cell which is a typical dead plant cell with two pointed ends, thick skin, and void in the middle. The fibers (cells) are characterized by being thin and long, with spindle-like ends, flexible, and have a certain binding force with each other after interweaving. The fiber cell is empty inside and surrounded by the cell wall which is composed.. read more →

Viscosity There are different types of viscometers used to measure the viscosity of a cellulose ether solution. The widely adopted viscometers are: HoppIer falling ball viscometer, Haake rotation Rheometer and Brookfield rotation viscometer. The viscometer commonly used in China is NDJ series. The viscometers adopted by different cellulose ether manufacturers are different in the market. With the same solution, testing in different viscometers,.. read more →

During the study of dry mixed mortar, more attention is paid on admixtures and fiber materials, while the roles of aggregate and filler are often ignored. The effect of reasonable combination of aggregates and fillers is often beyond the reach of admixtures. Reasonable gradation can save cost and improve the comprehensive performance of the product. Experiments show that the higher.. read more →

Cementing materials are substances with a certain mechanical strength, that can bind other bulk materials (such as sand and stones) or block materials (such as bricks and stones) as a whole during the process of gradually changing from a malleable slurry to a solid stone-like solid under physical and chemical action. The cementing material has a long history.. read more →

As a covering material for buildings, ceramic tiles are popular among people. In addition to providing decorative surfaces with aesthetic usage, ceramic tiles are also resistant to water, hard, hygienic and easy to clean. However, the problem of tile peeling, this is, the failure of the tile bonding system, is of more concern. From the.. read more →