Redispersible powders are polymer emulsions that have been converted to powdered thermoplastic resin materials by a series of processes such as high temperatures and pressures, spray drying, and surface treatment. When mixed with water, these powdered organic binders can re-disperse in water back into new emulsions with essentially identical properties to the original copolymer emulsions. Addition of redispersible polymer powders can increase cohesiveness, cohesion, and flexibility of mortar.
Global Redispersible Powder Market Dynamics:
Primary factor driving growth of the Redispersible Powder Market Dynamics is rising demand from various end use sectors such as residential, commercial, industrial, and construction. Hazards related with handling and storage of redispersible powers is a primary factor expected to hamper growth of the global redispersible powder market to a certain extent.
Various advantages offered by redispersible powders and increasing preference for the same as compared to that of liquid, water-dispersed, synthetic, and natural polymers are other factors expected to boost growth of the global redispersible powder market over the forecast period.
Global Redispersible Powder Market Segmentation:
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