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New plant for specialty monomers at WACKER’s Burghausen site
New plant for specialty monomers at WACKER’s Burghausen site. Specialty monomers are important raw materials in the manufacture of specialty dispersible polymer powders. WACKER invested some €8 million in the new plant and, as a result, has strengthened its position as the world’s biggest producer of dispersible polymer powders.Order photo
Technical Center Moscow Lab
WACKER’s new silicones lab in Moscow. It will test silicone elastomers and ready-to-use silicone compounds for key Russian industries, including the energy and automotive industry. WACKER also runs a technical center for polymeric binders in Moscow. It has been catering to the construction and dry-mix mortar industry for over a decade. (Photo: Wacker Chemie AG)Order photo
Silicone Adhesives SILPURAN®
At the EWMA Conference 2016; WACKER is presenting SILPURAN® 2114, SILPURAN® 2122 and SILPURAN® 2142. The silicone adhesives offer relatively high adhesion, as is required for traditional adhesive plasters, dressing retention materials and other traditional wound dressing products.Order photo
VINNAPAS® 4040 E - Dispersible Polymer Powder
In cementitious sealing slurries, the new VINNAPAS® 4040 E dispersible polymer powder ensures high tensile adhesive strength after prolonged water exposure and outstanding crack bridging – ideal prerequisites for use in water-repellent coatings of sewers, basements and swimming pools, or in bathroomsOrder photo
Lab test - Dispersion VINNAPAS® LL 3031
Lab test of flame retardant properties: Paints and plasters formulated with the new dispersion VINNAPAS® LL 3031 (left) are less combustible and burn more slowly compared to styrene-acrylate-based alternatives (right).Order photo