MIKEM Information Analysis on the Application of Polycarboxylate Superplasticizer Analysis on the Application of Polycarboxylate Superplasticizer With the rapid development of the construction industry,
MIKEM Ethyl cellulose(EC) Description
MIKEM Ethyl cellulose(EC) is a non-ionic, odorless and tasteless, free-flowing, white to light tan-colored powder. It is insoluble in water but soluble in many organic solvents, such as EVA, benzene, methylbenzene, acetone, methyl alcohol, and alcohol, etc. It has 135-155℃ softening point, 0.3-0.4/ bulk density, 1.07-1.18 relative density, and 165-185℃ melting point. We have different grades of Ethyl cellulose for various industrial needs.
Our ethyl cellulose products have the following properties:
- Flame retardant
- Good Thermal Stability and thermoplastic
- Color fastness to sunlight
- Good softness
- Good dielectricity
- alkali-resisting; weak acid-resisting
- Salt resistance; cold resistance, and moisture resistance
- High stability and can be stored for a long time without deterioration
- Compatible with various resins and multiple plasticizers.
- Easy to change color or fade when exposed to strong alkali or high-temperature environment.
Since ethyl cellulose is insoluble in water, it is mainly used as a tablet binder, film coating material, and blockers for framework materials. Besides, it can also be used to manufacture a variety of sustained-release tablets, coated sustained-release agents, and granules. Similarly, it can also be used as a material for preparing sustained-release microcapsules, in which the drug can be prevented from being dissolved in water prematurely. Moreover, it can also be used as a dispersant, stabilizer, and water retention agent to prevent the drug from getting wet or deteriorated and to extend the shelf life of the tablet.
Ethyl cellulose is added slowly, while stirring, into the solvent until it is completely dissolved.
The common solvents mixed with Ethyl cellulose are hydrocarbons and alcohols. Among the aromatic hydrocarbon, benzene, methylbenzene, ethylbenzene, and xylene can be used in a dose of 60-80%. Among alcohols, methanol and ethanol can be used at an amount of 20-40%.
Cardboard drum packaging lined with polyethylene woven bag
Net weight: 20g/barrel