Hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose is a non-ionic water-soluble cellulose ether widely used as a thickener, protective colloid, stabilizer, suspending agent and water-retaining agent in many construction applications.
Specification of non modified products
8000, 15000, 100000，
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Hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose (HPMC) is a non-ionic cellulose mixed ether made from cotton and wood through alkalization, propylene oxide and methyl chloride etherification. HPMC has good dispersing, emulsifying, thickening, bonding, water and glue retention properties, and is used as thickener, dispersant, binder, excipient, oil resistant coating, filler, emulsifier and stabilizer. It is widely used in petrochemical industry, building materials, ceramics, textiles, food, daily chemicals, synthetic resins, medicine, coatings, electronics, military industry and other fields.
HPMC packaging and storage
Barrel or paper plastic bag lined with polyethylene film inner bag.
Net weight of each bag: 25kg.
Protect from sun and rain during storage and transportation.