High Viscosity Cellulose Ether Hydroxypropyl Methyl Cellulose HPMC

Good water holding capacity and bonding strength
Improve construction performance
Reduce deformation rate and cracking"

  • 7 days
  • 10000MT per annum
  • Information

Hydroxypropyl Methyl Cellulose

hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose introduction

hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose (HPMC) is a non-ionic cellulose ether polymer based on cellulose, a natural polymer derived from refine cotton linter,which are offered as free flowing powder.

According to the degree of substitution and modification of substituent, they have different chemical properties and benefits after alkalization and etherification reactions with Sodium hydroxide,Cholromethane,and propylene epoxide.

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hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose specification

AppearanceWhite PowderWhite Powder
Hydroxypropoxy7.0- 12.09.6
Drying Loss≤5.04.1
Ash content≤5.03.2
PH Value5.0-8.57.2
Viscosity, 2%solution at 20℃(m.Pas)75000-8000076400

hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose application

Joint cement: added to joint cement for gypsum board to improve fluidity and water retention.

Latex Putty: Improves the flow and water retention of resin latex-based putties.

Stucco: As a paste in place of natural products, it can improve water retention and improve adhesion to the substrate.

Coatings: As a plasticizer for latex coatings, it can improve the performance and fluidity of coatings and putty powders.

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Packing & Storage

A. Standard Packing: In 25kg paper bags inner with PE bags

B. Big Bag or other special packages are possible on request.

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