Why use high viscosity hpmc for tile adhesive?
Ceramic tile adhesive needs to have higher bonding strength, and high viscosity HPMC can provide better bonding performance. HPMC (hydroxypropyl methylcellulose) is a commonly used additive that can significantly improve the adhesion and anti-aging properties of tile adhesive.
High viscosity HPMC has a higher viscosity, which means it is more viscous in the liquid state. This viscosity allows the tile adhesive to better adhere to the surface of the tiles during construction and reduces the risk of the tiles falling. In addition, high-viscosity HPMC also has better flexibility and deformation resistance, and can adapt to stress changes caused by temperature changes or material shrinkage, thereby ensuring the long-term stability and durability of the tile adhesive.
Therefore, using high-viscosity HPMC as an additive for ceramic tile adhesives can improve the adhesion and anti-aging properties of ceramic tile adhesives, thereby ensuring better construction quality and service life.