Thixotropic lubricant is mainly used in dry mixed mortar products to improve the construction performance of wet mortar, achieve uniform surface, increase sag resistance and the thickness of mortar… Plastering and stucco are the special building materials used for interior and exterior walls and ceilings, and the adhesives used can be cement based, gypsum based with polymer.. read more →

The rheological additives used in cement-based tile adhesives and other systems are mainly cellulose ethers, which provide suitable consistence for construction, sag resistance of wall tiles, optimum water retention of cement, and control intervals and tile correction time. The thixotropic lubricant can be used in combination with cellulose ether thickeners to create a synergistic effect that improves the sag.. read more →

1). Application in tile adhesive Based on test formula as follows- A. Portland cement (p·O, 42.5R): 37% B. Sand gradation: 61.2% C. Hydroxy propyl methyl cellulase: 0.3% D. Redispersible polymer powder: 1.5% E. cellulose fiber: 0.3% Adding cellulose fiber into different formulas of tile adhesive can significantly reduce the slide distance. That is to say cellulose fiber in ceramic tile adhesive does not reduce the workability,.. read more →

The consistency and anti-sagging performance of mortar are very important indicators. The mortar must be easy to apply, at the same time with the appropriate consistency and no sagging while applying as thick mortar. Same properties are required in tile adhesive, which can help to support heavy bricks perpendicular to the wall. The testing method of consistency- International standard EN 1015-3 fresh mortar test methods.. read more →

External wall insulation and EIFS are used in the global field. The installation on the exterior wall of the building mainly save 40%-70% of the energy consumption of building heating and cooling. The polymer powder modified dry mortar is used to bond polystyrene sheets to the wall(bonding mortar). At the same time, in order to protect.. read more →