HPEG 2400 Polycarboxylate Superplasticizer Monomer

HPEG is most commonly used for the production superplasticizer products of polycarboxylic Acid. HPEG2400 1. Scope of HPEG2400 1. HPEG is most commonly used for the manufacturing of superplasticizer polycarboxylic acid products. 1. Mix the oil directly with water until you get the right amount. The redox initiation condition allows for the production of superplasticizer polycarboxylic acids below 60. The product description for HPEG HPEG 2400 is the new macromonomer of an innovative polycar


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