Acrylic emulsion composition: Acrylic acid series of ox […]
Acrylic emulsion composition: Acrylic acid series of oxime esters, methyl acrylate, ethyl ester, butyl ester, zinc ester,water-based adhesive，etc. Auxiliaries: Emulsifiers, initiators, protective adhesives, wetting agents, preservatives, thickeners, defoamers, etc.
Acrylic acid is an important raw material for organic synthesis and a synthetic resin monomer, and is a vinyl monomer with a very high polymerization rate. It is the simplest unsaturated carboxylic acid consisting of a vinyl group and a carboxyl group. Pure acrylic is a colorless, clear liquid with a characteristic pungent odor. It is soluble with water, alcohols, ethers, and chloroform and is made from propylene obtained from refineries. Most of them are used to make acrylic esters such as methyl acrylate, ethyl ester, butyl ester, and hydroxyethyl ester. Acrylic acid and acrylic esters can be homopolymerized and copolymerized. The polymers are used in synthetic resins, synthetic fibers, superabsorbents, building materials, coatings, and other industrial sectors.The mortar has anti-corrosion, anti-chloride ion penetration, anti-aging and anti-corrosion properties, and is applicable to steel structures such as oceans, sluices, waterfalls, port engineering, roads, bridges, metallurgy, chemical industry, industrial floors and civil buildings. Acrylic emulsion can resist corrosion of dilute acid, urea, benzene and other chemical media.
Has been included in the country as a chemical corrosion resistant material. Compared with traditional epoxy resin mortars, acrylic emulsions show their superiority, which is not only low cost but also convenient for construction. Acrylate emulsion construction is similar to ordinary mortar. It can be applied manually or mechanically. It is suitable for wet surface bonding, non-toxic, good adaptability to basic concrete temperature, resistance to atmospheric aging, and its service life is better than ordinary cement mortar 3 to 5 Times, to overcome the poor corrosion resistance of ordinary mortar, long-term exposure to seawater immersion and chlorine alkaline decomposition and cracking, falling off. Since 1980, it has been used as a new type of repair and anti-corrosion protective material in major national projects. The most commonly used time has been 14 years, and no cracking occurred.