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T-5043N

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High End Polymer Powders T-5043N

At WOTAIchem, we specially designed T-5043N for dry mix building materials. It’s a high-performance polymer with extensive uses.

 

-Cement Additives and tile adhesives

 

-Cementitious Mortars and concrete

 

-Self-leveling Compounds

 

-Gypsum-based Formulations

 

-Repair mortar and dry mix mortar

 

-Exterior Insulation and Finish Systems (EIFS/ETICS)

T-5043N Key Features

T-5043N is manufactured through a meticulous procedure to guarantee consistent quality. It enhances your formulations and achieves your desired results. T-5043N is compatible with a lot of building ingredients. For example, cement, gypsum, concrete, and other adhesive formulations.

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Excellent Redispersibility

T-5043N has good dispersibility. It’s a simple process to combine with other ingredients. And you get a homogenous mixture quickly.

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Superior Water Retention

T-5043N exhibits superior water retention properties. It improves the workability and the final result of cementitious materials.

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Homogeneous Mixtures

When you add T-5043N, you get a well-mixed and uniform mixture. As RDP T-5043N facilitates the distribution of polymer particles in the structure.

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Flexibility and Durability

T-5043N results in improved resistance to cracking and contributes to long-term performance due to its excellent flexibility and durability.

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Improved Adhesion

T-5043N also enhances adhesion properties. It promotes a strong bond between substances and the overall strength of the final products.

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T-5043N Specifications

Ash content 12±2
Solid content 0.99
Moisture 0.7-0.8
PH value 6-8
Protective colloid PVA
Min. Film-formation  0

T-5043N Handling and Storage

Handling precautions of RDP powders are essential to ensure product quality and effectiveness. It’s important to store it in a cool and dry place to preserve its properties.

 

-Keep it away from sunlight and humidity.

 

-Avoid exposure to heat or flames.

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Customize Your Own Packaging

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Standard Packaging

T-5043N is available in 25kg/bag and 500kg/pallet. Customization volumes are available, with your own logo or design.

 

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Transform Your Formulations Today with T-5043N!

Enhance your construction materials and experience the difference in your next projects!

FAQ

Have any questions for us? We have answers, most of the time.

What does glass transition temperature mean?

The glass transition temperature/Tg of RDP powders is a critical indicator.

 

It refers to a certain temperature at which the polymer changes from a rigid glassy state to a more flexible and rubbery state. The transition affects physical properties, including viscosity, elasticity, and flexibility.

 

Below Tg, the polymer is in a glassy state, with limited flexibility.
Above Tg, the polymer exhibits a rubbery character, with elastic deformation.

 

At WOTAIchem, our RDP powder Tg is around 0.3 degrees. You may contact our sales specialists to learn more product-related information.

Why does my wall putty so dry? When I touch the wall, there are always white powders on my hand.

It could be insufficient cellulose ethers added during the putty applications. Cellulose ethers have a high water retention level, which ensures the putty remains hydrated during the process. After the wall dries out, the cohesion power makes the wall smooth and has a polished look. Low content of cellulose ethers will substantially lead to low water retention and cohesion. It may lead to a powdery effect when you touch the wall.

 

It may also be because low-quality putty was used. It affects the overall performance as well.

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