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The purpose of this article is to share with you all the things you need to know about redispersible polymer powder for tile adhesive. Redispersible Polymer Powder is made from polymer emulsion and is soluble in water. It is a polymer of ethylene and vinyl acetate, and polyvinyl alcohol is used as a protective colloid.
Its initial state is polymer emulsion. After high temperature, high pressure, spray drying, and surface treatment, it becomes powder. The powders can be redispersed in water when mixed with it.
It forms a new emulsion with the same properties as the original copolymer emulsion. And a film will be formed after the water evaporates. The film has high flexibility, weather resistance, and adhesion to various substrates.
Redispersible Polymer Powder has high bonding capacity and unique properties. Such as water resistance, workability, and heat insulation.
RDP powders are used in construction. It’s an essential additive in external wall insulation, tile bonding, interface treatment, bonding plaster, plastering plaster, building interior, exterior wall putty, decorative mortar, and so on.
In a word, they have a wide range of applications and very good market prospects.