Emulsion joint filler

Ready-mixed joint fillers are emulsion based jointing compounds. As the name suggests they are ready to use and so do not require any water supply at the job site. Ready-mixed joint fillers are designed for embedding tape and are normally used indoors for jointing plasterboards or for repairs. They have a higher flexibility than gypsum based or cement based jointing compounds.

 

For ready-mixed joint fillers Tylose® H and MO grades with a medium to high viscosity level are recommended.

Tylose Grades
Product Characteristic  
Fact Sheet
HS 15000 YP2
Final consistency : low
HS 60000 YP2
Final consistency : low
MOT 60000 YP4
Final consistency : low

Building materials

Building materials

Tylose® is an essential component in many building materials. It is mainly responsible for water retention, consistency and adhesion. The homogeneity, stability and workability of mortars are improved by the use of Tylose®. Using Tylose® enables the manufacturing of modern and efficient construction materials, such as machine plasters and thin bed adhesives.

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Nomenclature Information

M
H
O
A
X



B
F
S
T
Type of ether
Methyl
Hydroxyethyl
Hydroxypropyl
Allyl
Hydrophobe
etherification

Degree of
etherification
Special higher
degrees of
etherification,
depending on the
individual type of
ether

60000
30000
15000
10000
6000
4000
2000
1000
300
200
.
.
.
01
02
03
04
.
.
.
Viscosity level
The viscosity level
is based on
Hoeppler: 2%
solution of the
commercial product
with 5% moisture
content, 20ºC,
20º dH
(German hardness)








Consistency
increasing
modification
The least one of
the two last
digits is a
number > 0

Y
K
N




G4
G6
G8

P2
P3
P4
P6
Chemical refinement
Delayed solubility products
Readily soluble granules
non-delayed solubility products
(only for Tylose H grades) *

Degree of particle size
Types of granules:
Granules (< 500 μm)
Granules (< 400 μm)
Granules (< 300 μm)
Powder types:
Powder (< 180 μm)
Fine Powder (< 125 μm)
Fine powder (< 125 μm)
Ultra fine powder (< 100 μm)
* Tylose MH and MO Grades are not explicitly marked by ”N”, even if these products are ”non-delayed solubility products”.
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