Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose (HPMC) is widely used in construction materials, coatings, synthetic resins, ceramics, medicine, food, textile, agriculture, cosmetics, tobacco and other industries. However, the product differs in every industry that it is used, by its components and content.
The main raw materials of Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose (HPMC) which do not undergo any chemical reactions and play only a supporting role are refined cotton, methyl chloride, propylene oxide, caustic soda, acid, toluene and other raw materials such as isopropanol.
All of the products presented here are types of Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose (HPMC) which can be used in Construction Chemicals and the Dye Industry.The majority of users evaluate primarily content and viscosity of Hydroxypropyl. If the hydroxypropyl content is high, then the water-holding performance is usually better.
HPMC plays the role of thickening, water-holding and construction in the product where it is used. Thickening: Cellulose can be thickened for the suspension, keeps the solution neat and can be resistant to sagging. Water holding; The putty filler is slowly dried, and the auxiliary ash undergoes reaction under the influence of calcium water. Construction; Cellulose has a lubricating effect which ensures that the putty filler has good runability.