neiye11

News

News

  • The difference between instantaneous and slow dissolution of HPMC

    In the use of hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose HPMC, we usually find that it is basically divided into two types: immediate and slow dissolution. Let us understand the difference between quick dissolution and slow dissolution of hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose. Instant HPMC refers to the use of cros...
    Read more
  • The function of cellulose ether in mortar

    Cellulose ether water retention Water retention of mortar refers to the ability of mortar to hold and lock water. The higher the viscosity of cellulose ether, the better the water retention. Because cellulose structure contains hydroxyl and ether bond, hydroxyl and ether bond group of oxygen atom...
    Read more
  • Hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose and cement ratio

    What is the HPMC Hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose and cement ratio? A waterproof engineering insulation mortar, its characteristics depend on the following net weight of raw materials made: Concrete 30-340, engineering construction waste brick powder 40-50, lignin fiber 20-24, calcium formate 4-6, ...
    Read more
  • A brief introduction of cellulose ether

    Cellulose ether is natural cellulose (refined cotton and wood pulp, etc.) as raw materials, after etherification of a variety of derivatives, is the cellulose macromolecule hydroxyl hydrogen by ether group partially or completely replaced after the formation of products, is the downstream derivat...
    Read more
  • Hydroxyethyl cellulose in emulsion paint

    Application method of hydroxyethyl cellulose in latex paint 1. Hydroxyethyl cellulose with porridge like phenology: because hydroxyethyl cellulose is not easily dissolved in organic solvents, some organic solvents can be used to equip porridge. Ice water is also a bad solvent, so it is often used...
    Read more
  • The problem that ceramic tile glue appears in practical application

    With the rapid development of dry mortar industry in China, the application of ceramic tile glue can be comprehensively promoted. So, what problems will appear in the practical application of ceramic tile glue? Today, help you answer in detail! A, why to use tile glue? 1) Now ceramic tile market,...
    Read more
  • How does hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose detect its HPMC viscosity?

    Let’s talk about hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose HPMC and how to measure its viscosity. The viscosity here refers to the apparent viscosity, which is an important reference to hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose. Standard. The usual measurement methods are rotational viscosity measurement, capill...
    Read more
  • Effect of cellulose ether on putty powder

    1. cellulose ether – cellulose ether predecessor Cellulose ether is the most abundant polysaccharide in the world today. The main sources of natural cellulose are cotton, trees, aquatic plants, grass and so on. Cotton contains 92-95% cellulose; Flax contains about 80% cellulose; Wood contai...
    Read more
  • AnCell® cellulose ether for real stone paint customers to provide reliable solutions

    Waterborne coating system as an important application field of cellulose ether industry, there has been a lack of excellent domestic cellulose ether to meet the growing market demand, with the epidemic and changes in the international situation, cellulose ether supply chain has also been greatly ...
    Read more
  • The HPMC solution

    1, what is the main use of hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose (HPMC)? Answer :HPMC is widely used in building materials, coatings, synthetic resins, ceramics, medicine, food, textile, agriculture, cosmetics, tobacco and other industries. HPMC can be divided into: construction grade, food grade and me...
    Read more
  • Hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose HPMC production process and applications

    Hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose HPMC , also known as hydroxypromellose, is a white to off-white cellulose ether powder or granule that has cold water solubility and hot water insolubility similar to methyl cellulose. Hydroxypropyl group and methyl group are ether bond and anhydrous glucose ring of...
    Read more
  • Hydration of hydroxyethyl cellulose ether in aqueous solution

    Hydroxyethyl cellulose (HEC) remains highly water-soluble over a wide temperature range, even in high-temperature regions where other non-ionic chemically modified cellulose ethers such as methyl cellulose (MC) and hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose (HpMC) exhibit turbidity points. To elucidate the c...
    Read more
1234 Next > >> Page 1 / 4