HPMC Chemical for Detergent ThickenerMarch 4th 2024
Redispersible Emulsion Powder (RDP) is a type of polymer powder that is commonly used in tile adhesives, plaster, and other construction materials. It is a white or off-white powder that is soluble in water. When RDP is mixed with water, it forms an emulsion that has similar properties to the original emulsion from which it was made.
RDP is produced by spray-drying a water-based polymer emulsion. The resulting powder is then packaged and stored until it is ready to be used. When RDP is mixed with water, it redisperses to form an emulsion that can be used to improve the adhesion, flexibility, and water resistance of construction materials.
Here are some of the benefits of using RDP in tile adhesives and plaster:
Overall, RDP is a versatile and valuable additive that can improve the performance of a variety of tile adhesives and plaster. It is a cost-effective way to improve the quality and durability of your construction projects.