China manufacturer of construction chemicals high flexible RDP VE3213
ADHES® VE3213 Re-dispersible Polymer Powder belongs to polymer powders polymerized by ethylene-vinyl acetate copolymer. This product has good flexibility, impact resistance, effectively improve the adhesion between mortar and ordinary support.
As a flexible polymer, ADHES® VE3213 redispersible polymer powder is especially suited for building materials that are subject to increased thermal or mechanical stress. It provides excellent impact resistance and helps to reduce the formation of cracks in thin-layer applications. Redispersible polymer powder VE3213 provides excellent adhesion even to difficult substrates.
|Name||Re-dispersible polymer powder|
|HS Code||35 0699 0000|
|Appearance||white, freely flowing powder|
|Protective colloid||Polyvinyl alcohol|
|Additives||Mineral anti-caking agent|
|Ash(burning under 1000℃)||10±2%|
|Lowest film forming temperature(℃)||0℃|
|Film property||High Flexibility|
|pH Value||6.5-9.0(Aqueous solution containing 10% dispersion)|
|Package(Multi-layer of paper plastic composite bag)||25kg/bag|
➢ Insulation（EPS、XPS）, anti-crack mortar
➢ Tile grout
➢ Gypsum grout
➢ Water-proofing mortar, insulation system
➢ Exterior wall flexible putty, flexible thin layer mortar
➢ Wear-resisting flooring, concrete repair
➢ Interface agent, interior and exterior wall coating
➢ Enhance the adhesion strength of different materials effectively
➢ Excellent redispersion performance
➢ Improve the flexibility and tensile strength of materials effectively
➢ Reduce water usage
➢ Improve the rheological property and workability of mortar
➢ Extend opening time
➢ Improve wear resistance strength and weather resistance.
Store the original package in a dry and cool place. After the package is opened for production, it must be re sealed tightly
Take it as soon as possible to avoid moisture;
Package: 25kg / bag, multilayer paper plastic composite bag, square bottom valve port, inner polyethylene film bag.
Please use it within 6 months, and use it as early as possible under high temperature and humidity conditions, so as not to increase the probability of caking.