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Building & construction industry

The area of building protection comprises both pasty systems, such as building waterproofing and sealing, and dry cementitious and gypsum-based systems, such as tile and building adhesives, plasters and fillers and levelling compounds. Cellulose ethers and liquid and powdered water-soluble polymers are used to achieve the processing and final properties.

Deovulc® Single accelerators

An accelerator is defined as a compound that increases the speed of vulcanization and that enables vulcanization to proceed at lower temperature and with greater efficiency. Accelerator also decreases the amount of sulfur needed to cross-link the polydiene, which improves the aging properties of the vulcanized rubber. Different accelerators are added separately according to a mixing ratio.

Dispex® Dispersing agents

Wetting and dispersing agent for predominantly aqueous systems.

Luconyl® Pigment pastes

Aqueous pigment preparations.

Orgal® Acrylate and styrene acrylate dispersions

Orgal® Acrylate and styrene acrylate dispersions.

Orgal® Hydroflex Modified acrylate and styrene acrylate dispersions

Orgal® Hydroflex Modified acrylate and styrene acrylate dispersions.

Orgal® Rooflex Modified acrylate and styrene acrylate dispersions

Orgal® Rooflex Modified acrylate and styrene acrylate dispersions.

Orgal® Vinyl acetate dispersions

Orgal® Vinyl acetate dispersions.

ORP® Redispersible dispersion powders

ORP® Redispersible dispersion powders.

ORP® Thermobond Redispersible dispersion powder for ETICS

ORP® Thermobond Redispersible dispersion powder for ETICS.

Pigmosol® Pigment preparations

Water-soluble pigment preparations.

Xfast® Pigment preparations

Self-dispersing powdered pigment preparations for aqueous systems.

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