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The 16-km long Alz canal in Burghausen (Germany) was renovated and sealed using polymer-modified sealing slurries to prevent water leakage.Order photo
Tile adhesive - thin-bed technique
Today’s routine thin-bed technique was enabled by tile adhesives containing VINNAPAS®. The benefits include far less needed material and significantly lower costs, as well as time savings and simpler handling thanks to enhanced flexibility and a longer open time.Order photo
Burghausen - Historic Spraydryer
The first spray dryer for VINNAPAS® polymer powders went on stream at WACKER’s parent plant in Burghausen in 1957. The facility produced 1,200 metric tons per year. To date, over 1 million metric tons of powder have been sold, and in summer 2007, WACKER Burghausen will commission the world’s largest plant with an annual capacity of 30,000 tons.Order photo
Burghausen - Spray-drying towers
Spray-drying towers for dispersible polymer powders at WACKER’s parent plant in Burghausen, Germany. With the construction of a new 50,000-metric-ton spray dryer, WACKER is strengthening its position as a market and technology leader in this field.Order photo
Self-leveling flooring and troweling compounds modified with VINNAPAS® produce an extraordinarily smooth, even and fine pored surface (left), as opposed to formulations without or with conventional binders (right). Even a small amount of VINNAPAS® significantly enhances abrasion resistance, tensile strength in bending as well as compressive strength and provides crack-free settingOrder photo