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Construction Materials The New Trend of Building Decoration in China: Non-Efflorescence Cementitious Decorative Plasters
Instructor-led training | Customers & Distributors
This course will introduce participants to cementitious decorative plasters, their characteristics, formulation development, production, applications, and QC. Instructors will present WACKER’s solutions for non-efflorescence cementitious decorative plasters and share success stories.
Basic knowledge of chemistry
A comprehensive overview of decorative facade applications; introduction to the unique properties of cementitious decorative plasters; formulation development expertise and key features of cementitious decorative plasters; key factors in production, applications and quality control; non-efflorescence cementitious decorative plasters: a new trend in exterior finishing coats in China; WACKER’s unique technical solutions for cementitious decorative plasters with no visible efflorescence; success stories for cementitious decorative plasters in China; experience with techniques and marketing.
In this two-day seminar, you will learn about the unique performance characteristics of decorative plasters and global trends in exterior decoration. The seminar will offer a detailed look at non-efflorescence decorative plasters, including hands-on experience in the lab and insight into formulation development and testing. During this intensive seminar, you will learn key techniques for using decorative plasters in production, applications and quality control.
Technical managers, R&D managers or engineers in need of basic knowledge in construction chemistry
Fee (includes value-added tax)0.00 CNY
Number of participants5 - 15
Kevin Chen joined WACKER in 2008. Now, as a technical manager at the Shanghai technical center, he is in charge of technical support and service in northern China for dispersible polymer powders supplied by Construction Polymers.