Construction Materials Optimized Tile Adhesives with VINNAPAS® Dispersible Polymer Powders
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In this seminar you will learn the key advantages of VINNAPAS® dispersible polymer powders in different tile adhesives.
Basic knowledge of chemistry
- Introduction to polymer chemistry and to the VINNAPAS® product portfolio for tile adhesives
- Different categories of tile adhesives
- Impact of the resin/cement ratio on the physical properties of the hardened mortar
- Impact of various mortar components
- Tile adhesive testing according to EN standards
- Practical laboratory training on tile adhesive properties
- Tour through WACKER’s applications laboratories
Through theoretical training units and practical demonstrations and tests, you will learn the key advantages of VINNAPAS® dispersible polymer powders in different tile adhesives. Knowing how polymeric binders work in tile adhesives will open up new opportunities.
Management and technical personnel from application technology and R&D organizations within the dry-mix mortar industry
Fee (includes value-added tax)€790.00 plus VAT
Number of participants3 – 12
Michael Killermann joined WACKER’s analytical department in 1992. From 1996 to 2008, he worked as a lab technician in the Building & Coatings business team, where he was in charge of technical distributor support for industrial coatings. He was recruited to the WACKER ACADEMY training team as a practical instructor in May 2008.
Adolf Himpsl started his WACKER career in R&D for organic intermediates. Following a transfer to technical support at Construction Polymers, he was involved in setting up, equipping and supporting the first global technical centers in São Paulo and Singapore in 1998. Since then, he has implemented numerous training programs, both internal and external, and is a co-founder of the WACKER ACADEMY.
Dr. Marion Killat
Dr. Marion Killat studied at the University of Kaiserslautern, earning a doctorate in chemistry. Following a post-doctoral stay in the USA,she started her career at WACKER in 2000, joining the R&D department of WACKER POLYMERS. Since 2006, she has been a member of the WACKER ACADEMY training team, for diverse WACKER POLYMERS applications.