28 Sep 2020
September 28, 2020

Wood fiber

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Wood fiber is widely used in dry powder mortar, such as tile adhesive, jointing agent, dry powder coating, interior and exterior wall putty, interface agent, insulation mortar, anti-cracking plaster mortar, waterproof mortar and plaster plaster. Because wood fiber is a natural fiber insoluble in water and organic solvents, it has excellent flexibility and dispersibility. Adding.. read more →

28 Sep 2020
September 28, 2020

Gypsum Retarder

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In recent years gypsum has been used more and more widely in the construction engineering, and the use of gypsum based dry mortar has become the main product of dry mortar. For example, as the interior wall plastering material, plastering gypsum has the functions of light weight, anti-inflammatory, sound insulation, heat preservation, sound absorption, etc… read more →

Applying RDP into mortar is actually the modification of ordinary mortar, also known as polymer modified cement mortar. Through polymer modification, the brittleness, high elastic modulus and other weaknesses of traditional cement mortar are improved; the cement mortar is endowed with better flexibility and tensile bond strength to resist or delay the generation of cement.. read more →

AbstractDamp masonry is a threat to architectural structures while also posing ahygienic problem to living conditions in the building’s interior. ydrophobicagents have been the preferred method for protecting masonry facades and building surfaces against moisture entry and weathering. Early water repellent systems had to be externally applied on finished constructed parts and outside structures. Such.. read more →

Cementitious building materials such as concrete, mortar, and masonry tend to readily absorb water because of their pore and capillary structure.  To prevent damage due to moisture absorption, the material’s absorbency can be reduced by the application of a water repellent sealer. Silanes and siloxanes, the two most common types of water repellents, are both.. read more →