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TYLOSE MH 10001 P4

Product properties

Constitution: Methylhydroxyethyl cellulose modified
Etherification: standard etherification Delayed solubility: no
Particle size: fine powder
Level of viscosity according to Höppler: 10000 mPa·s


Recommended fields of application

Gypsum based jointing compounds
Plaster adhesives, gypsum based
Trowelling compounds, cement based


Application performance

Consistency development: moderate Water retention: moderate
Final consistency: high Influence on cement hydration: moderate
Sag resistance: high Heat stability: standard
Water demand: high


Packaging, Storage, Safety instructions

Like all fine-particle organic substances, cellulose ethers constitute a dust explosion hazard. Dust formation
and deposits must be kept to a minimum so that no ignitable dust/air mixtures can form. Ignition sources such
as naked flames, hot surfaces, sparks and static electricity should be avoided. Tylose starts to decompose at
about 200°C. Its ignition temperature is >360°C. Tylose burns easily and the fire may spread.
When stored in closed containers, or in its original packaging in a dry place at room temperature, Tylose can
be kept for a long time. In the case of high viscosity grades, a slow loss of viscosity can be measured after
lengthy storage (>1 year). Tylose absorbs water from moist air. Once opened, container must be resealed and
kept tightly closed.
This Tylose-type is supplied in multi-ply paper bags with polyethylene intermediate layer and/or in big bags.

TYLOSE MH 10001 P4
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