Reuse of Dispersible Polymer Powder (RDP) in Tile Adhesive

Now when there are family decoration tiles, cement stickers are used. In fact, cement is not suitable for installing tiles, and tiles bonded with cement are particularly prone to hollowing and falling off.
So what’s the best glue to stick tiles with? Tile glue is a good substitute for cement. The dispersible polymer powder and hydroxypropyl methylcellulose and other environmentally friendly adhesives contained in the tile adhesive can increase the adhesion of the tiles. Reduce the phenomenon of hollowing and shedding.

What is the best glue to stick tiles? What are the classifications?

RDP in Tile Adhesive
Tile adhesives are generally divided into ordinary type (neutral dispersible polymer powder). Strong type (including adhesive dispersible polymer powder). And tough type (including flexible dispersible polymer powder).

Among them, ordinary tile adhesives are generally used for bonding various floor tiles or small wall tiles on ordinary mortar surfaces.

Strong tile adhesive has stronger adhesive force than ordinary adhesive, which contains hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, dispersible polymer powder hydroxypropyl starch ether, and has the ability to prevent falling. It is suitable for wall tiles, wood panels, etc. that require relatively large adhesion.

The tough type of tile adhesive has excellent flexibility and strong adhesive force, which is better than the strong type, and can effectively prevent damage to tiles caused by thermal expansion and contraction. Usually used for bonding of fiberboard, plasterboard, plywood or old veneer etc.

Landcel specializes in producing RDP in tile adhesive. The customer repurchase rate is high, welcome to consult and purchase.