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      The use of hydroxypropyl methylcellulose

        This product is used as a thickener,dispersant,binder,excipient,oil resistant coating,filler,emulsifier,and stabilizer in the textile industry.It is also widely used in industries such as synthetic resins,petrochemicals,ceramics,papermaking,leather,pharmaceuticals,food,and cosmetics.
        Main uses
        1.Construction industry:As a water retaining agent and retarder for cement mortar,it makes the mortar pumpable.When using mortar,gypsum,putty powder,or other building materials as adhesives,it can improve the applicability and extend the operational time.Used for pasting ceramic tiles,marble,plastic decorations,pasting reinforcing agents,and can also reduce the amount of cement used.The water retention performance of HPMC prevents the slurry from cracking due to drying too quickly after application,enhancing the strength after hardening.
        2.Ceramic manufacturing industry:widely used as a binder in ceramic product manufacturing.
        3.Coatings industry:In the coatings industry,as thickeners,dispersants,and stabilizers,it has good solubility in water or organic solvents.As a paint remover.
        4.Ink printing:As a thickener,dispersant,and stabilizer in the ink industry,it has good solubility in water or organic solvents.
        5.Plastics:used as forming release agents,softeners,lubricants,etc.
        6.Polyvinyl chloride:Used as a dispersant in the production of polyvinyl chloride,it is the main auxiliary agent for suspension polymerization to prepare PVC.
        7.Other:This product is also widely used in leather,paper products,fruit and vegetable preservation,and textile industries.
        8.Pharmaceutical industry:coating materials;Membrane material;Control rate polymer materials for sustained-release formulations;Stabilizer;Suspension aids;Tablet adhesive;Thickener

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