Construction Grade HPMC Cellulose Ether Powder

It has excellent water retention and thickening effect
Its aqueous solution has high viscosity
It can reduce the friction coefficient and increase the lubricity of construction

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Hydroxypropyl Methyl Cellulose

Hydroxypropyl Methyl Cellulose introduction

Hydroxypropyl Methyl Cellulose is non-ionic cellulose ether made by matural high polymer cellulose as raw material and series of chemical processing. HPMC is used in various applications such as construction and many other areas.

Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose with good dispersibility

Hydroxypropyl Methyl Cellulose specification

Appearancewhite or off-white powder
Moisture content≤6 %
Ash content≤5 %
Gel temp.
60-80 ℃
Methoxy content19-24 %
Hydroxypropyl content4.0-12.0
pH value6.0-8.0
Particle size90% pass 80 mesh


185,000-215,000 mPa.s

. (NDJ-1, 2% solution, 20℃)

65,000-80,000 mPa.s

. (Brookfield-RV, 2% solution, 20℃)

Hydroxypropyl Methyl Cellulose application

 In the formulation of building materials, it can be used for

1) Water-resistant putty powder

2) Cement mortar

3) Bonding of cement-based bricks, tiles and base bricks

4) Plaster based on gypsum board

Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose for building materials

Packing & Storage

- 25 KG per woven bag made with compound woven fabric and inner PE bag.

- 10000kg (400 bags) of palletized goods in 20’ container. 

- 22000kg (880 bags) of palletized goods in 40’ container. 

Hydroxypropyl Methyl Cellulose qualification

As one of the best concrete admixture suppliers in China, Eastchem has a strong technical team that can maximize the advantages of concrete series products in your application. We have rich experience in the construction industry and can provide customers with technical support in product analysis, formulation optimization, etc.

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