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The global ceramic tile adhesive market still has room for development

ceramic tile adhesive with low dosage, good effect, low cost and high efficiency is the most "favored" special mortar in developed countries. After more than 10 years of development in China, a large number of mortar enterprises have met the difficulties and challenged the weaknesses of traditional processes, adhering to the importance of society and future generations. In 2010, the ceramic tile glue market has made considerable expansion, not only in tooling, but also sounded the horn of large-scale entry into the decoration of people's homes

there are several reasons for the rapid development of dry mixed mortar in European and American countries: first, the increasing labor cost of Inner Mongolia Hangfeng Special Alloy Co., Ltd; Second, quality requirements. In order to compete in the saturated market, we must meet the requirements of high-quality buildings; Third, mechanized construction and the use of premixed mortar can improve the construction efficiency and reduce the requirements for the proficiency of workers; Fourth, it can save material costs and use of materials; Fifth, to meet the requirements of some new walls and building materials for mortar, such as polystyrene foam board, aerated concrete and similar building materials need special mortar products. In addition, environmental issues are also receiving more and more attention. In some European countries, there are strict restrictions on radiation and odor in building materials

nowadays, almost all ceramic tile pasting methods in Europe and America are based on "thin layer technology", and this new pasting method is becoming more and more popular all over the world. The so-called thin-layer technology that mainly loses moisture, namely the notch trowel technology, is to evenly apply the adhesive with the thickness of the trowel on the whole wall to be tiled, and then comb and scrape with the notch trowel (a trowel with 6mm high teeth every 6mm) to produce 6mm high striped mortar strips on the surface of the thin-layer mortar. When placing ceramic tiles, the mortar is extruded to form a uniform 3 mm thick bonding layer without cavity. Its thickness is small, resulting in less material consumption. Without the simple technology of fixed distance partition, the bonding speed can be increased by 5 times. This thin-layer paving technology requires the advanced special tile adhesive system described below

almost all ceramic tile adhesives use cement as the main adhesive. Cement and sand are usually mixed in different proportions on the construction site. The determination of this mixing proportion (within a certain limit) is mainly based on local construction technology rather than technical rationality. However, there will be problems when this mortar mixing method is used in thin-layer technology. The thin coating layer causes water to penetrate into the substrate, resulting in rapid loss of water and loss due to evaporation. Therefore, additives must be added to the mortar. Usually, additives are directly added to mortar in liquid state (the so-called two-component system). Now this method is hardly used. The reasons are: the measurement accuracy is not enough; Adding additives with relatively high prices may lead to waste; Some additives can only be purchased as liquid products, so there is a risk of frost. At first, only liquid mortar additives were available, but it was not until 1958 that vinnaps redispersible emulsion powder suitable for construction sites, which was successfully developed by vikai Chemicals Co., Ltd., could be purchased as powder additives for the first time

at present, in Europe, in order to meet advanced quality requirements, more than 90% of cement tile adhesives have been mixed by manufacturers (called single component system, also known as dry mixed mortar). In addition to sand and cement, the main additives are water retention agents and ductile polymers. On the one hand, they promote more water retention, and on the other hand, they make the mortar layer achieve sufficient toughness. Dry mixed mortar only needs to be mixed with water required to achieve the desired consistency at the construction site

the system pre mixed by the manufacturer can also be used to produce special tile adhesives for special purposes, that is, composite mixtures that cannot be prepared on construction sites

due to the use of a single component system, only the only packaging paper bag belongs to garbage, which adds a positive side effect from the perspective of environmental protection. At present, more than 90% of the tiles laid in Europe and the United States use thin-layer technology. Therefore, thin-layer technology has also developed relevant standards. One of the most important standards is DIN 18156/l, which stipulates the requirements for thin-layer ceramic tile adhesives; The other is DIN 18157/l, which stipulates its use method. The main index of ceramic tile adhesive is its adhesion (or shear strength according to other standards). According to the common standards, the adhesion force shall not be less than 0.5MPa after standard storage, water storage, high temperature storage and freeze-thaw cycle storage

from the perspective of market, the enterprise competition will initially take the shape of internationalization in the next few years. The desire and vision of giant enterprises for a larger market is the main theme of the future ceramic tile glue industry. Products will enter the era of brand competition. Ceramic tile adhesive will be paid more and more attention by pursuers. The quality of products directly reflects people's ideas. 1. Product description and positioning of Jinan universal testing machine. The development of technology has brought a broad market for ceramic tile adhesive tape

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