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The role and use of lithium carbonate in the building materials industry

Lithium carbonates used in the building materials industry mainly has the following functions and uses: As raw material: Lithium carbonates is an important raw material for the preparation of various lithium compounds and metallic lithium.

2024/02/28
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How to use hydroxypropyl methylcellulose

According to different uses and performance requirements, you can refer to the recommended ratio according to the product manual and configure it as needed.

2024/02/26
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The amount of lithium silicate added to concrete

Dust on concrete floors, generated by regular traffic or low-quality construction, is a common problem in the industrial sector. The cement component is constantly subject to wear and tear, eventually causing large particles of aggregate to loosen on the surface of the concrete. This not only makes the floor unsightly, but also causes great harm to people and property.

2024/02/22
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Characteristics, advantages and dosage of powder polycarboxylate superplasticizer

Polycarboxylate polymer powder olycarboxylic acid powder breaks the convention in the production process and adopts thermal synthesis process, which can reduce production costs in terms of energy consumption. No release agent is added, and the purity of the produced products is higher, with the solid content controlled at around 98%. In terms of product performance, high-purity products have the characteristics of low dosage, high active ingredients and good collapse-preserving properties, further reducing customer costs.

2024/02/19
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What is VAE Re-dispersible Polymer Powder

The VAE Re-dispersible Polymer Powder is water-soluble redispersible powder, which is divided into ethylene/vinyl acetate copolymer, vinyl acetate/ethylene tert carbonate copolymer, acrylic acid copolymer, etc. The powder adhesive made by spray drying takes polyvinyl alcohol as the protective colloid.

2024/02/15
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There are several types of hydroxypropyl methylcellulose HPMC, and what are their uses?

HPMC is divided into two types: instant type and hot melt type. The instant type disperses quickly in cold water and initially has no viscosity because the HPMC is only dispersed in the water without actually being dissolved. After about 2 minutes, the liquid gradually thickens and forms a transparent, viscous colloid. Hot-melt products will appear agglomerated in cold water, but will disperse quickly in hot water until the temperature drops to a certain level and the viscosity will gradually increase to form a transparent and viscous colloid. The hot-melt type is mainly used for putty powder and mortar. It may cause lumps in liquid glue and paint, so it is not suitable. The instant type is more widely used and can be used for putty powder, mortar, liquid glue and coatings without specific restrictions.

2024/02/12
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Introduction to the dosage of VAE Re-dispersible Polymer Powder

Different quality and different types of redispersible latex powder, even when used in the same purpose, will be added in different amounts. Different uses, using the same brand, the same quality of VAE Re-dispersible Polymer Powder, the amount of addition will be different. VAE Re-dispersible Polymer Powder has a wide range of applications. Let's give some examples of specific dosage.

2024/01/30
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Lithium carbonates production process

According to different sources of raw materials, the production process of lithium carbonates can be divided into salt lake brine extraction and ore extraction.

2024/01/23
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How to judge the water reduction rate of Polycarboxylate Superplasticizer

Generally speaking, the higher the water reducing rate of water reducing agent is, the more sensitive the mixing logistics mobility is to the content in its effective content range.

2024/01/22
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