TYLOSE


Methyl cellulose
Cellulose ethers are derivatives of the natural product cellulose.
Depending on the desired viscosity of the final product cellulose from cotton linters or from wood pulp is used. We are only using wood  pulp from manufacturers who are certified according to sustainable management of the FSC (Forest Stewardship Council).

Methyl cellulose (MC) can be seen as a generic term for mixed etherification cellulose ethers. Common to these cellulose ethers is the methoxylation. Additionally, the conversation can be achieved either with ethylene oxide or propylene oxide. 

The following final products are the result:

Methyl cellulose
 
 Tylose MHEC
 Tylose MHPC

Methylhydroxyethyl cellulose (MHEC) 
Methylhydroxyethyl cellulose
Tylose MHEC (methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose/Tylose MH-grades) are water soluble, nonionic cellulose ethers, which are offered as free flowing powder or in granular form. Tylose MHEC may contain further additives which for example control the dissolution behavior or the thickening power.

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 Tylose MB grades
 Tylose MH grades
 Tylose MHE grades
 Tylose MHF grades
 Tylose MHS grades
 Special grades
Tylose MB grades
Grades    
Tylose MB 15009 P2     
Tylose MB 60000 P2     

Tylose MH grades
Grades    
Tylose MH 50 G4     
Tylose MH 200 YP2     
Tylose MH 300 P2     
Tylose MH 2000 YP2     
Tylose MH 4000 KG4     
Tylose MH 6000 YG8     
Tylose MH 6000 YP4     
Tylose MH 6002 P4     
Tylose MH 10000 KG4     
Tylose MH 10007 P4     
Tylose MH 15000 YP4     
Tylose MH 15002 P6     
Tylose MH 15018 P4     
Tylose MH 20006 P4     
Tylose MH 20009 P2     
Tylose MH 30000 YG8     
Tylose MH 30000 YP4     
Tylose MH 30026 P4     
Tylose MH 60000 P6     
Tylose MH 60001 P4     
Tylose MH 60001 P6     
Tylose MH 60004 P6     
Tylose MH 60009 P4     
Tylose MH 60010 P4     
Tylose MH 100001 P6     
Tylose MHBS 60000 YP4     
Tylose MH 300003 P6     

Tylose MHE grades
Grades    
Tylose MHE 60000 YP4     

Tylose MHF grades
Grades    
Tylose MHF 10015 P4     
Tylose MHF 10016 P4     
Tylose MHF 20007 P4     
Tylose MHF 20010 P4     
Tylose MHF 60028 P6     
Tylose MHF 150013 P6     

Tylose MHS grades
Grades    
Tylose MHS 10012 P6     
Tylose MHS 30024 P4     
Tylose MHS 30027 P6     
Tylose MHS 60000 YP4     
Tylose MHS 100005 P3     
Tylose MHS 100006 P3     
Tylose MHS 150003 P4     
Tylose MHS 150012 P4     
Tylose MHS 300000 P4     

Special grades
Grades    
Tylose CER 406001     
Tylose E 510024     
Tylose E 514016     

Grades and applications
Application
 
Paints
Ceramics
Home Care
Others
Cement Adhesives
Cement Based Renders and Trowelling Compounds
Gypsum Based Building Materials
Emulsion Based Systems


Methylhydroxypropyl cellulose (MHPC)
Methylhydroxypropyl cellulose
Tylose MHPC (methyl hydroxypropyl cellulose/Tylose MO-grades) are water soluble, nonionic cellulose ethers, which are offered as free flowing powder or in granular form. Tylose MHPC may contain further additives which for example control the dissolution behavior or the thickening power.

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 Tylose MO grades
 Tylose MOT grades
 Special grades
Tylose MO grades
Grades    
Tylose MO 4000 P4     
Tylose MO 30023 P4     
Tylose MO 60016 P4     

Tylose MOT grades
Grades    
Tylose MOT 60000 YP4     

Special grades
Grades    
Tylose E 407003     
Tylose E 707002     
Tylose PSO 810001     

Grades and applications
Application
 
Paints
Ceramics
Personal Care
Others
Cement Adhesives
Cement Based Renders and Trowelling Compounds
Gypsum Based Building Materials
Emulsion Based Systems

Hydroxyethyl cellulose (HEC)
Hydroxyethyl cellulose (HEC)
Tylose HEC (hydroxyethyl cellulose/Tylose H-grades) are soluble in water at any temperature. Tylose HEC are nonionic cellulose ethers, which are offered as free flowing powder or in granular form. Many Tylose HEC grades have a retarded solubility which ensures a lump free solution in aqueous systems.

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 Tylose H grades
 Tylose HA grades
 Tylose HC grades
 Tylose HS grades
 Tylose HX grades
 Special grades
Tylose H grades
Grades    
Tylose H 10 YG4     
Tylose H 15 YG4     
Tylose H 20 P2     
Tylose H 20 YG4     
Tylose H 200 NP2     
Tylose H 300 NG4     
Tylose H 300 P2     
Tylose H 300 YP2     
Tylose H 4000 NG4     
Tylose H 6000 YP2     
Tylose H 10000 NG4     
Tylose H 10000 P2     
Tylose H 15000 YP2     
Tylose H 30000 YP2     
Tylose H 60000 YP2     
Tylose H 100000 YP2     
Tylose H 200000 YP2     

Tylose HA grades
Grades    
Tylose HA 40 YP2     

Tylose HC grades
Grades    
Tylose HC 30000 YP2     

Tylose HS grades
Grades    
Tylose HS 250 YG4     
Tylose HS 6000 YP2     
Tylose HS 15000 YP2     
Tylose HS 30000 YP2     
Tylose HS 60000 YP2     
Tylose HS 100000 YP2     

Tylose HX grades
Grades    
Tylose HX 6000 YG4 Plus     

Special grades
Grades    
Tylose CER 409001     
Tylose EHH     
Tylose H 4070 NG4     
Tylose H 100070 NP2     
Tylose HC 50 NP2     
Tylose PHC 606015     

Grades and applications
Application
 
Paints
Ceramics
Polymerisation
Personal Care
Home Care
Oilfield
Others
Cement Based Renders and Trowelling Compounds
Emulsion Based Systems


Hostapur OSB
Hostapur OSB is a powerful air entraining, wetting and plasticizing agent for mineral based dry premixed plasters, renderings and trowelling compounds.
Hostapur OSB
Thermal insulation render containing Hostapur OSB
Hostapur OSB forms air pores with excellent stability, reduces shrinkage particularly of cement/cement-lime based mortar systems and prevents formation of cracks. Other advantages are the higher frost resistance and reduced tendency of efflorescence in hardened mortar. Hostapur OSB leads to better wetting and dispersion of the building materials mixtures (e. g. of machine applied plasters and renderings), reduces tackiness and improves workability and pumpability of wet mortars.

The recommended concentration should be 0.005 – 0.05 % by weight, calculated on dry mortar.


Tylovis SE 7
Tylovis SE 7 is a starch ether especially for dry mixed mortars like adhesives, plasters and trowelling compounds. It gives higher thickening, better slip and sag resistance as well as easy workability.
Tylovis SE 7
Perfect wetting capability by using Tylovis SE 7
Tylovis SE 7 is typically used together with Tylose MC grades in such building products. It is also compatible with all common dry mixed mortar additives, e.g. air entraining, dispersing and hydrophobic agents. In adhesives and trowelling compounds, which contain higher dosages of methyl cellulose, the stickiness and skin formation can be reduced by addition of Tylovis SE 7.

The recommended concentration should be 0.005 – 0.1 % by weight, calculated on dry mortar.

Tylovis SE 7
Grades    
Tylovis SE 7

Tylovis EP 28
Tylovis EP 28 is a slightly air-entraining dispersing and wetting surfactant for cement, lime and gypsum based plasters, renders, mortars and trowelling compounds.
Tylovis EP 28
Tylovis EP 28 improves the workability of trowelling compounds
Tylovis EP 28 also has a some slight air-entraining property. It improves workability, smoothness, plasticity and trowelling as well as levelling behaviour of mortars and plasters. Fine particles of inorganic binders and pigments are much better dispersed throughout mixtures by addition of Tylovis EP 28.

It is highly recommended for gypsum based plasters as it reduces the stickiness of the first levelling and extends working time especially during the final stage.

Tylovis EP 28 is compatible with Tylose MC and HEC grades as well as anionic and non-ionic surfactants. The recommended concentration should be 0.01 – 0.05 % by weight, calculated on the dry mixed mortar.

BUILDING MATERIALS
Tylose MC products are essential elements of many construction materials.
The laying of tiles utilizing the thin bed process and the processing of mortars in continuously working plastering machines is only possible with the use of Tylose MC.
In building material systems Tylose MC controls the water retention and the consistency, whilst at the same time Tylose MC products increase the homogeneity and stability of all types of mortar.


Construction materials are optimised with the following properties of Tylose:
Water retention
Consistency control
Adhesion improvement
Stabilising of air pores
Improvement of workability
Building materials
For dry mortars we offer modified and non-modified Tylose grades of both MHEC and MHPC.


Areas of application
1. CEMENT ADHESIVES
2. CEMENT BASED RENDERS AND TROWELLING COMPOUNDS 
3. GYPSUM BASED BUILDING MATERIALS
4. EMULSION BASED SYSTEMS 


1. CEMENT ADHESIVES
Cementitious thin bed adhesives are used to adhere ceramic tiles, to build walls of aerated concrete or lime stone bricks and to install exterior insulating finishing systems (EIFS).
Cement adhesives
They offer an easy and light workability, a high efficiency and guarantee a long durability.

Cement tile adhesives have to be easy to trowel. They must provide long embedding time, high slip resistance and sufficient adhesion strength. These properties can be influenced by Tylose MC. Adhesives for block laying are used to build up walls of aerated concrete blocks, sand-lime bricks or standard bricks. EIFS adhesives ensure an excellent bond between substrate and insulating boards. Tylose MC improves the workability of EIFS adhesives and increases both adhesion and sag resistance.

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 Cost-effective tile adhesives
 Standard tile adhesives
 Premium tile adhesives
 Block laying adhesives
 EIFS adhesives
Cost-effective tile adhesives
Cost effective tile adhesives contain only the absolutely necessary amount of MC and no RDP. They fulfil the adhesion requirements of a C1 tile adhesive according to ISO 13007 after initial storage and water immersion, but not after heat aging and freeze/thaw. The open time should be sufficient but is not specified.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose MH 60001 P6     
Tylose MH 100001 P6     
Tylose MH 300003 P6     
Tylose MHE 60000 YP4    
Tylose MHF 150013 P6     
Tylose MHS 150003 P4     
Tylose MO 60016 P4     

Standard tile adhesives
Standard tile adhesives fulfil all tensile adhesion strength requirements of a C1 tile adhesive according to ISO 13007. Optional they can have an improved slip resistance (T) or an extended open time (E). Standard tile adhesives can be normal setting or fast setting (F).

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose MB 15009 P2     
Tylose MH 20006 P4     
Tylose MH 60004 P6     
Tylose MHF 20010 P4     
Tylose MHF 60028 P6     
Tylose MHF 150013 P6     
Tylose MHS 30024 P4     

Premium tile adhesives
Premium tile adhesives fulfil all tensile adhesion strength requirements of a C2 tile adhesive according to ISO 13007. They normally provide improved slip resistance (T), extended open time (E) and special deformable characteristics (S1 or S2). Premium tile adhesives can be normal setting or fast setting (F).

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose MH 20006 P4     
Tylose MHF 10015 P4     
Tylose MHF 10016 P4     
Tylose MHF 20007 P4     
Tylose MHF 20010 P4     

Block laying adhesives
Aerated concrete block adhesives are used to build walls made from aerated concrete blocks, particularly polished lime sand bricks or clinkers. Constructing such walls creates only small joints so the progress of construction work is faster and more efficient with this modern adhesion technology.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose MH 15002 P6     
Tylose MH 100001 P6     
Tylose MHE 60000 YP4     
Tylose MHS 30024 P4     

EIFS adhesives
The EIFS adhesive is a cementitious adhesive mortar to glue insulation boards made of expanded polystyrene (EPS), glass wool or mineral wool onto a substrate. The same mortar is often also used as composite or levelling mortar on top of the different boards with an alkaline resistant fibre mesh in it.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose MB 15009 P2     
Tylose MH 10007 P4     
Tylose MH 15002 P6     
Tylose MHF 60028 P6     
Tylose MHS 30027 P6     
Tylose MO 60016 P4     


2. CEMENT BASED RENDERS AND TROWELLING COMPOUNDS 
Tylose MC is an important additive ensuring there is sufficient water retention in renders and trowelling compounds.
Cement based renders and trowelling compounds
Renders are mixtures of mineral binders, aggregates and auxiliaries. Depending on the process, there is a distinction between hand and machine application. They are used for base coating, insulation, renovation and decorative purposes. Renders based on cement or cement/hydrated lime can be employed for exterior and interior work. Machine applied renders are mixed in continuously or discontinuously working plastering machines. These enables coverage of large wall and ceiling areas by a highly efficient technique.

Cement based jointing and trowelling compounds are used for repairing systems and to smooth coarse walls and floors. Grouts are applied to fill the gaps between ceramic or stone tiles.

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 Base coats
 One coat renders
 Decorative renders
 Skim coats
 Self-levelling compounds
 EIFS base coats
 Grouts
 Waterproofing systems
Base coats
Base renders are used to coat walls and ceilings. They form the substrate for further coatings such as decorative finish coatings and tiles. Cement based base renders can be used internally and externally.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose MH 60010 P4     
Tylose MHS 30027 P6     
Tylose MO 60016 P4     

One coat renders
Exterior use, one-layer renders function as multi-layer exterior plastering systems (base renders and decorative finish coatings). They are generally coloured and are specified as monocouche or monocapa. Formulation of these products varies from region to region.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose MH 60001 P4     
Tylose MH 60001 P6     
Tylose MH 60010 P4     
Tylose MHS 10012 P6     

Decorative renders
For reasons of design and weather protection, decorative finish renders are mainly used as an exterior final coating. Usually they are white but can also be coloured with inorganic pigments.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose MH 6002 P4     
Tylose MH 10007 P4     
Tylose MHS 10012 P6     

Skim coats
Cement based skim coats are used as the final coating on different substrates and have a thickness of 2-4 mm. They are applied in multiple layers.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose MH 20009 P2     
Tylose MH 60001 P4     
Tylose MH 60001 P6     
Tylose MH 100001 P6     
Tylose MHS 30027 P6     
Tylose MO 60016 P4     

Self-levelling compounds
Self-levelling floor compounds are used to smooth and level all kinds of substrates and can be used as an underlay for e. g. tiles and carpets. To avoid sedimentation and to maintain the flowability, low viscosity Tylose grades are used.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose MH 300 P2     
Tylose H 20 P2     
Tylose H 300 P2     

EIFS base coats
The EIFS base coat is a cementitious mortar that is used as composite or levelling mortar on top of different insulation boards, e. g. made of expanded polystyrene (EPS), glass or mineral wool, with an alkaline resistant fibre mesh in it.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose MB 15009 P2     
Tylose MH 6002 P4     
Tylose MH 10007 P4     
Tylose MH 15002 P6     
Tylose MHS 10012 P6     
Tylose MHS 30027 P6     

Grouts
Grouts are used to fill joints between tiles and can be applied in different widths. They are available in many different colours.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose MH 6000 YP4     

Waterproofing systems
Waterproofing systems are divided into rigid sealing slurries and so called flexible sealing membranes according to EN14891.

In general, rigid sealing slurries are used to protect construction parts against moisture and water. Flexible waterproofing systems are based on polymer modified cementitious mortars. They are mainly used beneath tiles in wet areas like kitchens, bath rooms and balconies.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose MHS 60000 YP4     
Tylose HS 30000 YP2


3. GYPSUM BASED BUILDING MATERIALS
The main applications for gypsum based construction materials are plasters (hand or machine applied), trowelling compounds, joint fillers and adhesives.
Gypsum based building materials
Gypsum is a well-established construction material for interior applications. It offers good workability and its setting time can be adapted for every application as required. Gypsum building materials generate a comfortable living atmosphere due to good humidity balance. Additionally, gypsum shows excellent fire resistance. However, it is not water resistant, therefore only interior use is possible. Combinations of gypsum and hydrated lime are very common in plaster formulations.

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 Hand applied plasters
 Machine applied plasters
 Trowelling compounds
 Joint fillers
 Adhesives
Hand applied plasters
Gypsum based hand plasters are used for smaller areas as well as during renovation. They are stirred either by hand or with a machine and applied manually, usually with a trowel. Gypsum based hand or bonding plasters are less delayed than gypsum based machine plasters.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose MH 60001 P4    
Tylose MH 60010 P4    
Tylose MO 30023 P4    

Machine applied plasters
Gypsum based and gypsum-lime based machine spray plasters are mixed and applied in continuously working plastering machines. They are used for a highly efficient coating of walls and ceilings and applied in one layer (ca. 10 mm thick).

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose MH 60001 P4    
Tylose MH 60010 P4    
Tylose MHS 100005 P3    
Tylose MHS 100006 P3    
Tylose MHS 150003 P4    
Tylose MHS 150012 P4    

Trowelling compounds
Gypsum based trowelling compounds are used to level different wall or ceiling substrates. They are applied in thin layers and provide a very smooth and decorative surface, which can be then painted.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose MH 15018 P4    
Tylose MH 30026 P4    
Tylose MH 60001 P4    
Tylose MH 60010 P4    
Tylose MHS 150003 P4    

Joint fillers
Gypsum based jointing compounds are used for filling the joints between gypsum plasterboards or gypsum fibre boards. Setting times vary considerably depending on the geographical region and application.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose MH 15018 P4    
Tylose MH 30026 P4    
Tylose MH 60009 P4    

Adhesives
Gypsum based mounting binders are used to fix gypsum plasterboards to existing masonry. They are mainly used during refurbishment of older houses.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose MH 60001 P4    
Tylose MH 60010 P4    

Tylose MC products for gypsum application are optimised in many ways and offer:
High water retention over the whole workability time
Optimised consistency
Reduced lump formation
Building materials
In addition dispersing agents (e. g. Tylovis EP 28), air entraining agents (e. g. Hostapur OSB) and starch ethers (e. g, Tylovis SE 7) improve workability and are used in combination with Tylose MC.

 

4. EMULSION BASED SYSTEMS 
Emulsion based systems
Emulsion based construction products are ready to use paste formulations.
Emulsion based systems
As the name suggests they are ready to use and so do not require any water supply at the job site. These formulations include Tylose MC (MHEC and MHPC) or Tylose HEC or both. Tylose improves water retention, consistency and adhesion of emulsion based building materials.

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 Ready-mix joint fillers
 Emulsion based decorative plasters
 Emulsion based tile adhesives
 Spray applied trowelling compounds
Ready-mix joint fillers
Ready-mixed joint fillers are emulsion based jointing compounds. They are designed for embedding tape and are normally used indoors for jointing plasterboards or for repairs. Ready-mixed joint fillers are very popular especially in North America.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose MH 30000 YP4     
Tylose MHBS 60000 YP4     
Tylose MHE 60000 YP4     
Tylose MHS 60000 YP4     
Tylose MOT 60000 YP4     
Tylose HS 15000 YP2     
Tylose HS 30000 YP2     
Tylose HS 60000 YP2     

Emulsion based decorative plasters
Emulsion based plasters are applied as surface finishes and have both a decorative and protective function. They are either applied in white or coloured. Additional structural effects can be obtained with emulsion based renders by different application techniques. These renders (also called stuccos) are often classified according to the application procedure: brush-applied, roller-applied or spray-applied render.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose MH 200 YP2     
Tylose MH 6000 YG8     
Tylose HS 6000 YP2     
Tylose HS 15000 YP2     

Emulsion based tile adhesives
Emulsion based tile adhesives are used for applying tiles on various different substrates.. After drying, they are highly flexible. Tylose is used to regulate application properties and helps to fulfil the stringent demands on tile adhesives.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose MHBS 60000 YP4     
Tylose MHE 60000 YP4     
Tylose MHS 60000 YP4     
Tylose MOT 60000 YP4     
Tylose HS 15000 YP2     
Tylose HS 30000 YP2     
Tylose HS 60000 YP2     
Tylose HS 100000 YP2     

Spray applied trowelling compounds
Paste-like trowelling compounds which are ideal for the joint finish as well as for full surface skimming can be applied by hand, but also via spray-application by machine (e.g. with airless machines).

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose MH 200 YP2     
Tylose MH 30000 YP4     
Tylose HS 15000 YP2     

Construction materials are optimised with the following properties of Tylose:
Water retention
Consistency control
Adhesion improvement
Stabilising of air pores
Improvement of workability
Building materials
To avoid lump formation during the preparation of emulsion based products the use of Tylose with delayed solubility is highly recommended.


PAINTS
There are many reasons why Tylose is an important component in water based paints for ceilings, walls and facades.
Paints
Application of paint should be smooth and easy, whilst spatter must be kept to a minimum. To achieve these attributes only a small amount of Tylose is necessary. Depending on the system being used, a concentration of 0.2 % - 0.5 % is typically required. The choice of Tylose types depends on the application and requirements. The most commonly used Tylose types in coating materials are Tylose HS and Tylose H.

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 Exterior paints
 Interior paints
 Solid paints
 Silicone resin paints
 Tinters
 Powder paints
 Limewash paints
 Distempers
 Silicate paints
 Cement paints
 Glazes
 Paint-stripping pastes
Exterior paints
Exterior paints are used for decorative design as well as for protecting surfaces from the destructive influences of weathering. Suitable substrates include renders (mineral and polymer based), concrete, brickwork and other coatings.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose MH 15000 YP4     
Tylose MH 30000 YP4     
Tylose H 15000 YP2     
Tylose H 30000 YP2     
Tylose H 100000 YP2     
Tylose HS 15000 YP2     
Tylose HS 30000 YP2     
Tylose HS 100000 YP2     
Tylose HX 6000 YG4 Plus     

Interior paints
Interior emulsion paints, often just referred to as interior paints, belong to the group of most commonly used coatings. Apart from their decorative and protective properties, they facilitate the cleaning of interior walls and ceilings. For interior paints with low spattering the use of hydrophobic modified Tylose is recommended.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose MH 2000 YP2     
Tylose MH 30000 YP4     
Tylose H 6000 YP2     
Tylose H 15000 YP2     
Tylose H 30000 YP2     
Tylose H 60000 YP2     
Tylose H 100000 YP2     
Tylose H 200000 YP2     
Tylose HS 6000 YP2     
Tylose HS 15000 YP2     
Tylose HS 30000 YP2     
Tylose HS 60000 YP2     
Tylose HS 100000 YP2     
Tylose HX 6000 YG4 Plus     

Solid paints
Solid paints and high-thixotropy paints are used exclusively in the do-it-yourself sector. These kinds of paints are used for their decorative effects on interior walls and ceilings. In addition to its colouring effects, with solid paints a surface structuring is achieved. Solid paints can only be used with special, purpose-designed rollers. They have little tendency to spatter and so cause a minimum amount of mess. They cannot be tinted after manufacture.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose MH 15000 YP4     
Tylose HS 6000 YP2     
Tylose HS 15000 YP2     

Silicone resin paints
Silicone resin paints are predominantly used for exterior application. They are a combination of a silicone resin emulsion and a polymer dispersion. The formulation benefits from the combination of good pigment-binding power of the polymer emulsion with the excellent water-repellent properties of the silicone resin.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose MH 30000 YP4     
Tylose H 15000 YP2     
Tylose H 30000 YP2     
Tylose HS 15000 YP2     
Tylose HS 30000 YP2     
Tylose HX 6000 YG4 Plus     

Tinters
Full colour paints or tinters are non-white emulsion paints. They are used in concentrated form for colour coatings (full colour paints) or mixed with interior or exterior paints before use (tinters). Tinters are compatible with a large number of emulsion paints.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose H 6000 YP2     
Tylose H 15000 YP2     
Tylose HS 6000 YP2     
Tylose HS 15000 YP2     

Powder paints
Powder paints are dry paint formulations which are prepared by mixing them with water shortly before application. They are used for both interior and exterior applications.

Powder paints have a number of environmental and economical advantages such as free from solvents and preservatives, reduced weight and packaging volume, low-cost packaging and stability against frost during storage.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose MH 2000 YP2     
Tylose MH 6000 YP4     
Tylose H 6000 YP2     
Tylose HS 6000 YP2     

Limewash paints
Limewash paints are aqueous slurries of slaked lime (lime hydrate) with added pigment. The chemical reaction of the lime hydrate with atmospheric carbon dioxide results in a non-film forming coating which is not resistant to acidic gases.

Often, they have poor hiding power and several coatings must be applied.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose MH 2000 YP2     
Tylose MH 6000 YP4     

Distempers
Distempers are among the oldest paints for interior use. They are available as powders and paste-like form. Apart from regulating the consistency of distempers, Tylose also acts as binder. Distempers are not water resistant and cannot be painted over. In today’s paint industry they are of minor importance.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose MH 2000 YP2     
Tylose MH 6000 YP4     
Tylose H 6000 YP2     

Silicate paints
Silicate paints are based on silicate solutions. After application, silification occurs and a non-continuous film is formed on the substrate. This leads to an excellent water vapour permeability. Silicate paints are often used for renovation as well as for the coating of older building fabrics.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose H 6000 YP2     
Tylose H 15000 YP2     
Tylose H 30000 YP2     
Tylose HS 6000 YP2     
Tylose HS 15000 YP2     
Tylose HS 30000 YP2     

Cement paints
Cement paints are supplied in powder form. After mixing with water, their pot life is limited. Hydraulic hardening leads to a hard, porous surface.

They have only a moderate weathering resistance, particularly against driving rain and can only be coloured with inorganic, alkali-resistent pigments.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose MH 2000 YP2     
Tylose MH 6000 YP4     

Glazes
Glazes give a transparent and/or translucent finish. Very fine pigments with a high amount of binder are commonly used. They act as a protection barrier and are used for the decorative design of interior and exterior walls. Tylose is used in glazes mainly to adjust the application properties.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose MH 2000 YP2     
Tylose MH 6000 YP4     
Tylose H 6000 YP2     
Tylose HS 6000 YP2     

Paint-stripping pastes
Paint-stripping pastes support and facilitate the removal of old coatings, by a partial dissolving effect or a chemical reaction. They reduce the hardness and adhesion of coatings onto their substrates. Subsequent mechanical removal is then greatly improved.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose MB 60000 P2     
Tylose PSO 810001     

The following properties of Tylose are essential for the optimization of coating materials:
Thickening / Adjustment of consistency
Water retention
Function as a protective colloid
Binding power
Furthermore, open time, spattering, levelling, hiding power and film formation of the coating material are enhanced by the use of Tylose.


Interior paints
Paints, in particular with a high pigment volume concentration (PVC), owe their good processing properties to Tylose.

 


CERAMICS
Tylose cellulose ethers are used by the ceramic industry in various applications such as ceramic and powder metallurgical extrusion mixes as rheology modification and water retention additives.
Ceramics
Furthermore, the high binding power of Tylose plays an important role in spray drying and agglomeration granuling and the related powder pressing processes. Tylose is compatible with most other additives such as dispersants, plasticisers and surfactants. It is easily integrable into existing formulations, and it shows an excellent debinding behaviour.

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 Powder metallurgy
 Engobes and glazes
 Granuling and powder pressing
Extrusion
Tylose is an indispensable additive for the plastification of ceramic extrusion mixes, especially for the extrusion of technical ceramics, used in the automotive and chemical industry. Typical examples are honeycomb catalyst substrates and particle filters for exhaust gas after-treatment applications. Tylose shows fast hydration and swelling and unfolds its plastification and water retention effects in a highly efficient way. With the combination of high thermal stability, high green strength and low fibre content, Tylose enables high extrusion rates, even with ultra-thin wall substrates. In the drying process Tylose prevents cracks via its binding effect, additionally supported by its thermal gelation capabilities.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose CER 406001     
Tylose E 510024     
Tylose E 514016     
Tylose E 407003     
Tylose CER 409001     

Powder metallurgy
In powder metallurgic extrusion applications, special Tylose grades provide an outstanding thickening effect in water and in certain compositions of organic solvents.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose E 510024     
Tylose E 407003     
Tylose E 707002     

Engobes and glazes
The rheology modifying effects of Tylose prevent sedimentation of solids as well as supporting good flowability of the glazing slips, ensuring a uniform coating of ceramic bodies. In a dry state, Tylose strengthens the capability of the glaze film to bind to the ceramic surface, making it smooth and stable.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose H 30000 YP2     
Tylose H 100000 YP2     

Granuling and powder pressing
Tylose prevents sedimentation in spray drying slips and acts as rheology modifier. It contributes to an advantageous particle size distribution of the dried granules and fast filling of pressing moulds. In combination with plasticising and other additives, it provides high green strength and shows excellent debinding behaviour.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose MH 50 G4     
Tylose H 15 YG4     

Tylose cellulose ethers are indispensable additives for a broad variety of ceramic applications. Our highly specialized products act as

Binder
Plasticizer
Rheology modifier
Stabilizer
Ceramics
Tylose ceramic grades can help you to improve your product quality and to optimize your process efficiency.
Our advanced product range allows us to recommend the most suitable Tylose grade in order to achieve an optimum performance in your application.

 

POLYMERISATION
SE Tylose offers a wide range of products, specially designed for use in emulsion and suspension polymerisation processes.
Polymerisation
Tylose is used in suspension and emulsion polymerisation processes as highly effective protective colloid. It influences important properties of the resulting polymer, such as particle size and porosity.

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Emulsion polymerisation
Emulsion polymerisation is widely used for ethylene derived unsaturated compounds used to produce aqueous polymer emulsions. The resulting polymers are polyacrylates or polyvinyl acetates combined with a large number of different co-monomers.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose H 10 YG4     
Tylose H 15 YG4     
Tylose H 20 YG4     
Tylose H 300 YP2     
Tylose HA 40 YP2     
Tylose HS 250 YG4     
Tylose HS 30000 YP2     

Suspension polymerisation
Suspension polymerisation is widely used in the production of polyvinyl chloride and expandable polystyrene in large scale. Tylose acts as protective colloid, stabilising the suspension during the process and adjusting the particle size distribution and porosity of the resulting polymer particles.


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Tylose improves important characteristics of polymers produced in emulsion and suspension polymerisation, in particular:
Mechanical, chemical and physical stability
Particle size distribution
Viscosity
Polymerisation
Tylose is a protective colloid in emulsion and suspension polymerisation.
It stabilises the emulsions/suspensions and prevents them from coalescence. In emulsion polymerisation (mainly vinyl acetate based) Tylose HEC partly co-polymerises with the monomers (grafting) which contributes to important properties of the latices. In suspension polymerisation Tylose influences the size and porosity of the particles.


Emulsion polymerisation is widely used for the production of aqueous polymer emulsions based on ethylene derived compounds. The variety of polymers is huge due to a large number of monomers which can be combined in different ratios. Tylose HEC, however is typically used for the polymerisation of vinyl acetate, acrylic and vinyl acrylic copolymer latices, which are commonly applied as binders in paints, adhesives and concrete, as well as in many other applications.


Tylose HEC as Stabilising Agent for Emulsion Polymerisation Tylose for Emulsion Polymerisation Emulsion polymerisation is widely used for the production of aqueous polymer emulsions based on ethylene derived compounds. The variety of polymers is huge due to a large number of monomers which can be combined in different ratios. Tylose HEC, however is typically used for the polymerisation of vinyl acetate, acrylic and vinyl acrylic copolymer latices, which are commonly applied as binders in paints, adhesives and concrete, as well as in many other applications. SE Tylose offers a broad range of grades of different viscosity levels and with different MS In the emulsion polymerisation process, Tylose plays an important role – it acts as protective colloid and prevents the emulsions from coalescence. This is achieved by the stabilisation of the emulsified polymer particles. Tylose molecules form hydrated shells surrounding the polymer droplets and thus inhibit their interaction. Tylose is adsorbed on as well as grafted to the polymer particles. The grafting in particular enhances the mechanical, chemical and physical stability of the latex and reduces undesired large particles, so called grit, to a minimum. The extend of stabilisation is mainly dependent on the molar degree of substitution (MS) of the Tylose HEC, which represents the number of oxyethyl substituents per anhydroglucose unit of Tylose, and the concentration of Tylose. Generally, the higher the MS and concentration, the better is the stabilisation. However, if the concentration is too high, there can be destabilising effects due to crosslinking reactions of Tylose HEC with highly reactive acrylic compounds. As a consequence of this, with increasing amount of acrylic monomers in the reaction, the dosage of Tylose is recommended to be reduced and grades with a lower MS should be preferred. Typical concentrations of Tylose are 1 – 3 % by weight of monomers (BOM) in vinyl acetate and vinyl acrylic copolymers. In pure acrylic latices, 0.1 – 0.2 % of Tylose BOM is recommended

SE Tylose offers a broad range of grades of different viscosity levels and with different MS In the emulsion polymerisation process, Tylose plays an important role – it acts as protective colloid and prevents the emulsions from coalescence. This is achieved by the stabilisation of the emulsified polymer particles. Tylose molecules form hydrated shells surrounding the polymer droplets and thus inhibit their interaction. Tylose is adsorbed on as well as grafted to the polymer particles. The grafting in particular enhances the mechanical, chemical and physical stability of the latex and reduces undesired large particles, so called grit, to a minimum. The extend of stabilisation is mainly dependent on the molar degree of substitution (MS) of the Tylose HEC, which represents the number of oxyethyl substituents per anhydroglucose unit of Tylose, and the concentration of Tylose. Generally, the higher the MS and concentration, the better is the stabilisation. However, if the concentration is too high, there can be destabilising effects due to crosslinking reactions of Tylose HEC with highly reactive acrylic compounds. As a consequence of this, with increasing amount of acrylic monomers in the reaction, the dosage of Tylose is recommended to be reduced and grades with a lower MS should be preferred. Typical concentrations of Tylose are 1 – 3 % by weight of monomers (BOM) in vinyl acetate and vinyl acrylic copolymers. In pure acrylic latices, 0.1 – 0.2 % of Tylose BOM is recommended. Tylose Grades Viscosity Range [mPas]* Low viscosity H grades H 10 YG4 80 – 160 (5 %) H 15 YG4 150 – 250 (5 %) H 20 YG4 200 – 450 (5 %) Medium to high viscosity H and HS grades H 200 YG4 200 – 300 (2 %) HS 250 YG4 250 – 400 (2 %) H 300 YP2 400 – 700 (2 %) HS 30000 YP2 1500 – 2500 (1 %) Special grade HA 40 YP2 40 – 90 (2 %)

Tylose Grades Viscosity Range [mPas]*
Low viscosity H grades
H 10 YG4 80 – 160 (5 %)
H 15 YG4 150 – 250 (5 %)
H 20 YG4 200 – 450 (5 %)
Medium to high viscosity H and HS grades
H 200 YG4 200 – 300 (2 %)
HS 250 YG4 250 – 400 (2 %)
H 300 YP2 400 – 700 (2 %)
HS 30000 YP2 1500 – 2500 (1 %)
Special grade
HA 40 YP2 40 – 90 (2 %)

Influence of Tylose HEC on the Latex Viscosity

Besides the specific latex characteristics, such as particle size distribution and solids content, the latex viscosity also depends on the amount of grafted and dissolved HEC. Most important in this regard is the Tylose concentration and the MS. A high MS encourages grafting reactions which lead to higher latex viscosities. Higher concentrations of Tylose HEC lead to higher grafting as well as to higher concentrations of dissolved Tylose. Since acrylic monomers are more reactive than vinylic monomers towards grafting, the influence of Tylose on the viscosities of vinyl acrylic and homo acrylic emulsions is higher than on pure vinylic polymers. The original viscosity level of Tylose, indicating its molecular weight, is a minor factor, since a significant part of HEC which is not grafted, undergoes a degradation process during the reaction.

Influence of Tylose HEC on the Particle Size Distribution

The particle size distribution (PSD) influences important properties of the latex, such as stability and rheology which in turn affect the properties of the final product. For example the brightness of an architectural paint is highly dependent on the particle size distribution of the applied latex. The main factors of influence on PSD are the concentration and MS of Tylose used. Higher MS and higher concentrations of Tylose lead to higher PSD.

Personal care
Personal care products include all areas of nurturing and decorative cosmetics. Nurturing cosmetics include hair care, skin care and oral hygiene. Decorative cosmetics include make-up, powder, eye shadow and mascara.
Personal care
In addition to the thickening effect, Tylose improves the foam stability of bubble bath, preserves moisture during a perm treatment, increases the stickiness of adhesive creams, acts as a binder in powder make-ups and eases the distribution of colouring agents in the hair.

Being a physiologically harmless cosmetic additive, Tylose offers a multitude of applications in the field of personal care.

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 Foundations (liquid)
 Shaving products
Hair Conditioner
The multitude of existing hair care and styling products reduce the appearance of damaged hair and at the same time, achieve the effects desired by the consumer. The use of a hair conditioner after shampooing makes the hair easier to comb and increases the bounce of the hair.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose H 30000 YP2     
Tylose H 100000 YP2     
Tylose H 100070 NP2     
Tylose HS 100000 YP2     

Shampoo
Shampoo is generally made by combining a surfactant, often sodium lauryl sulphate and/or sodium laureth sulphate with a co-surfactant, typically cocamidopropyl betaine. Sulfate free shampoos on amino acid surfactant basis, like cocoyl glycinate, cocoyl glutamate etc., are well known in the market. Other ingredients are used to ease the rinsing or to repair the damage of the hair. Many shampoos are pearlescent.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose E 707002     
Tylose MO 4000 P4     
Tylose H 10000 NG4     
Tylose H 10000 P2     
Tylose H 15000 YP2     
Tylose H 30000 YP2     
Tylose H 60000 YP2     
Tylose HS 30000 YP2     

Hair gel
Hair gel is a hairstyling product that is used to stiffen hair into a particular hairstyle. The main types of hair gels used today range from gels, liquid sprays, pomades and waxes to creams and serums.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose H 100000 YP2     
Tylose H 100070 NP2     
Tylose HS 100000 YP2     

Hair colourants
Hair colouring can be divided into two main types, permanent and semi-permanent. Permanent hair colouring is achieved through the use of oxidation dyes. The process is typically performed under basic conditions. Semi-permanent hair dye only penetrates the hair shaft and therefore will be washed out after repeated washing.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose H 20 P2     
Tylose H 300 NG4     
Tylose H 4000 NG4     
Tylose H 4070 NG4     

Toothpaste
The most important group of products in the field of oral/dental hygiene is toothpastes. There is a multitude of different products which orient themselves towards specific target groups (children, adolescents, adults) or specific indications e.g. sensitive teeth and gums.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose H 4000 NG4     
Tylose H 4070 NG4     
Tylose H 10000 NG4     

Body lotion
Body lotions are low to medium viscosity preparations which are applied to skin to smooth, re-hydrate and soften it. Most lotions are oil-in-water emulsions.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose H 15 YG4     
Tylose H 20 P2     
Tylose H 4000 NG4     
Tylose H 4070 NG4     
Tylose H 10000 NG4     

Sun care products
Sun Care products (Sunscreens) are available as lotion, spray or gel. They absorb or reflect a part of the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) radiation. Sunscreens contain an organically chemical compound which absorbs UV light and/or inorganic particulates which reflect, scatter and absorb UV light.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose E 707002     
Tylose H 15 YG4     
Tylose H 20 P2     
Tylose H 300 NG4     
Tylose H 4000 NG4     
Tylose H 4070 NG4     
Tylose H 10000 NG4     

Roll-on deo
Deodorants are substances applied to the body to act against body odour caused by bacterial growth. A sub-group of deodorants, antiperspirants, affect odour as well as prevent sweating. Deodorants combined with antiperspirant agents frequently include aluminium compounds such as aluminium chloride or chlorine hydrate.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose E 707002     
Tylose MO 4000 P4     
Tylose H 4000 NG4     
Tylose H 4070 NG4     
Tylose H 10000 NG4     

Mascara
Mascara is a cosmetic product used to colour, lengthen and accentuate the eyelashes. The liquid pigment is applied onto the eyelashes in order to let the eyes appear bigger and more expressive.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose H 4000 NG4     
Tylose H 4070 NG4     
Tylose H 10000 NG4     

Foundations (liquid)
Decorative cosmetics (make-up) serve to accentuate the personal attractiveness and to conceal blemishes, such as wrinkles or redness.

There are a multitude of products, such as liquid make-ups, particularly oil-free products where Tylose stabilises the solids in water.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose H 20 P2     
Tylose H 300 NG4     

Shaving products
Shaving with a razor normally requires the use of a pre-shave product such as foam or gel. These shaving products are intended to smooth the skin which allows a gentler shave.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose E 707002     
Tylose MO 4000 P4     
Tylose H 100000 YP2     
Tylose H 100070 NP2     
Tylose HS 100000 YP2     

For Personal care the following properties of Tylose are particularly significant:
Thickening/Adjustment of consistency
Foam boosting / stabilising
High compatibility with other raw materials such as surfactants.
Personal care
The following INCI designations apply to Tylose grades, which can also be seen in the International Cosmetics Ingredient Dictionary and International Buyer’s Guide: Hydroxyethylcellulose (HEC), Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose (HPMC) and Methyl Hydroxyethylcellulose (MHEC).

Home care
Home care products include all types of liquid products such as floor cleaners, detergents and dishwashing agents.
Home care
Viscous formulas or gel cleaners are particularly useful for cleaning vertical surfaces. Gel cleaners also tend to be chosen for applications where the agent will be left to work for an extended period of time. Tylose is ideal for thickening and adjusting the rheology of water-based, liquid cleaners with a pH of 4 to 11. The desired look and consistency for cleaning agents can be achieved by using Tylose.

Tylose can also be used as a thickener to adjust the rheology of liquid detergents, especially in products designed for delicate textiles.

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 Neutral cleaners
 Toilet cleaners
 Washing-up liquids
Liquid detergents
Liquid detergents are mainly made up of surfactants such as alkylbenzene sulfonates, but also contain water softeners and enzymes. Depending on the type of detergent, further ingredients such as bleach are used in the formulation.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose MH 4000 KG4     
Tylose H 4000 NG4     
Tylose H 10000 NG4     
Tylose HS 6000 YP2     

Neutral cleaners
Viscous formulas or gel cleaners are particularly useful for cleaning vertical surfaces. Gel cleaners also tend to be chosen for applications where the agent will be left to work for an extended period of time. For neutral cleaners (pH 6-8), Tylose is ideal for thickening and adjusting the rheology.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose MH 30000 YG8     
Tylose MHS 60000 YP4     
Tylose HS 30000 YP2     
Tylose HS 60000 YP2     
Tylose HS 100000 YP2     
Tylose PHC 606015     

Toilet cleaners
Toilet cleaners are used to remove limescale and further deposits. Most products are offered as gels. WC-gels include acids, surfactants, thickeners and fragrance.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose MH 10000 KG4     
Tylose MH 30000 YG8     
Tylose HS 6000 YP2     
Tylose HS 30000 YP2     

Washing-up liquids
Washing up liquids for hand application are adjusted to neutral or slightly acidic pH by citric acid. The main component is a highly foaming surfactant which has low skin irritation.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose MH 30000 YG8     
Tylose HS 100000 YP2     
Tylose PHC 606015     

In the field of Home care the following properties of Tylose are particularly significant:
Thickening / adjustment of consistency
Storage stability
High compatibility with other raw materials such as surfactants.
Home care
Tylose delayed solubility grades have important characteristics which make them appropriate as thickeners in cleaner formulations: Easy incorporation in the formulation, solutions of good clarity, good compatibility with ionic surfactants and good storage stability.

Oilfield
Tylose HEC is used by the oil and gas industry for various applications such as rheology modification in fluids for drilling and completion of petroleum and natural gas wells.
Oil and Gas Industry
Tylose is highly suitable in different oilfield applications
Furthermore, Tylose is used in hydraulic fracturing processes and it is an effective fluid-loss additive in well cements. Tylose HEC is compatible with most additives such as biocides, antifoaming agents, oxygen scavengers, fluid loss control additives and retarders. As a naturally derived polymer, it is easily biodegradable.

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 Drilling and completion
Cementing
Wells are often expected to produce hydrocarbons for a long period of time, which is only achievable with proper cementations of the well casing.

Tylose HEC adds important properties to the cement slurry. It minimizes fluid loss, enhances retardation of the slurry and modifies its rheology. Innovative Tylose HEC grades are suitable for use even in high temperature environments.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose H 20 P2     
Tylose H 200 NP2     
Tylose H 300 P2     
Tylose HC 50 NP2     
Tylose HS 250 YG4     

Drilling and completion
Tylose HEC grades are used as viscosifiers in drilling fluids, particularly in heavy brines for completion and workover operations. Since Tylose HEC forms stable solutions with high salt concentrations, it is perfectly suitable for the viscosifying of these fluids. Use of Tylose HEC gives other benefits, such as higher drilling rates and increased oil production and it is easily degradable with chemical and enzyme based breakers.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose EHH     
Tylose HC 30000 YP2     

Fracturing
Hydraulic fracturing enables production of natural gas from unconventional reservoirs but also enhances well productivity in conventional formations. High viscosity Tylose grades can be cross-linked with various metal ions and are able to modify the rheology of fracturing fluids to transport proppants into the wellbore.

After fracturing is completed, Tylose can easily be removed by chemical or enzymatic degradation, leaving no pore-plugging residues.


For more information on Tylose grades for hydraulic fracturing operations, please contact us. 

Tylose products provide the following properties for the oil and gas industry:
Rheology modification
High salt tolerance
Fluid loss minimization
Clear Solution
Furthermore, Tylose HEC as a naturally derived polymer, is easily biodegradable.

Oil and Gas Industry
The choice of Tylose types depends on the application and the requirements, the most commonly used types are Tylose H and Tylose HC grades.
Tylose HEC is used as a viscosifier in brines and saline fracturing fluids, workover fluids, completion fluids and drill-in fluids. In cementing applications, Tylose HEC minimizes fluid loss, enhances retardation of the slurry and modifies its rheology.


Oilfield
Tylose HEC is used by the oil and gas industry for various applications such as rheology modification in fluids for drilling and completion of petroleum and natural gas wells.
Oil and Gas Industry
Tylose is highly suitable in different oilfield applications
Furthermore, Tylose is used in hydraulic fracturing processes and it is an effective fluid-loss additive in well cements. Tylose HEC is compatible with most additives such as biocides, antifoaming agents, oxygen scavengers, fluid loss control additives and retarders. As a naturally derived polymer, it is easily biodegradable.

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 Cementing
 Drilling and completion
Cementing
Wells are often expected to produce hydrocarbons for a long period of time, which is only achievable with proper cementations of the well casing.

Tylose HEC adds important properties to the cement slurry. It minimizes fluid loss, enhances retardation of the slurry and modifies its rheology. Innovative Tylose HEC grades are suitable for use even in high temperature environments.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose H 20 P2     
Tylose H 200 NP2     
Tylose H 300 P2     
Tylose HC 50 NP2     
Tylose HS 250 YG4     

Drilling and completion
Tylose HEC grades are used as viscosifiers in drilling fluids, particularly in heavy brines for completion and workover operations. Since Tylose HEC forms stable solutions with high salt concentrations, it is perfectly suitable for the viscosifying of these fluids. Use of Tylose HEC gives other benefits, such as higher drilling rates and increased oil production and it is easily degradable with chemical and enzyme based breakers.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose EHH     
Tylose HC 30000 YP2     

Fracturing
Hydraulic fracturing enables production of natural gas from unconventional reservoirs but also enhances well productivity in conventional formations. High viscosity Tylose grades can be cross-linked with various metal ions and are able to modify the rheology of fracturing fluids to transport proppants into the wellbore.

After fracturing is completed, Tylose can easily be removed by chemical or enzymatic degradation, leaving no pore-plugging residues.


For more information on Tylose grades for hydraulic fracturing operations, please contact us. 

Tylose products provide the following properties for the oil and gas industry:
Rheology modification
High salt tolerance
Fluid loss minimization
Clear Solution
Furthermore, Tylose HEC as a naturally derived polymer, is easily biodegradable.

Oil and Gas Industry
The choice of Tylose types depends on the application and the requirements, the most commonly used types are Tylose H and Tylose HC grades.
Tylose HEC is used as a viscosifier in brines and saline fracturing fluids, workover fluids, completion fluids and drill-in fluids. In cementing applications, Tylose HEC minimizes fluid loss, enhances retardation of the slurry and modifies its rheology.

Cementing
Wells are often expected to produce hydrocarbons for a long period of time, which is only achievable with proper cementation of the well casing. Tylose HEC adds important properties to the cement slurry. It minimises fluid loss, enhances retardation of the slurry and modifies its rheology. Moreover it provides free water control and is compatible with common cement additives. Innovative Tylose HEC grades are suitable for use even in high temperature environments.

Product Viscosity Range [mPas]**
Tylose H 20 P2 40 – 80 (2.85 %)
Tylose H 200 NP2 150 – 300 (1.9 %)
Tylose E 813002 150 – 450 (1.9 %)
Tylose H 300 P2 400 – 700 (1.9 %)
Tylose HC 50 NP2 40 – 90 (1.8 %)


Others
The numerous advantageous properties of Tylose are being used in many other applications.
Others
For each of the application, dependent on the particular requirement, special Tylose grades are suitable and highly recommended.

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 Pencils
 Pet litter
 Rubber gloves
 Seed coating
 Welding rods
Non-woven fabrics
Non-woven fabrics are randomly oriented fibres, bonded together chemically, mechanically or by other means . In the production of nonwoven fabrics, Tylose serves as a rheology modifier of seizing agents and prevents settling in dispersions of wet laid processes.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose H 100000 YP2     

Pencils
For the production of pencil and coloured crayon Tylose is used as a binder and plasticiser. The lead of the crayon achieves a higher flexibility and a higher braking strength due to the use of Tylose.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose MH 300 P2     
Tylose MO 4000 P4     

Pet litter
Tylose acts as a binder of sustainable pet litters made from natural derived pellets from wood or plant fibres and enables the pellets to form stable lumps. It can be either pressed into the raw material of the pellets before pelletizing or mixed with the finished pellets.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose MH 60000 P6     
Tylose MHS 300000 P4     

Rubber gloves
Rubber gloves are made from natural latex, nitrile or chloroprene within a dipping process. Tylose acts as a thickener and prevents sedimentation as well as influences the thickness of the finished rubber material.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose E 707002     

Seed coating
Tylose based seed coatings are very stable and enable the crop to receive the active substances reliably and at the right time.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose MH 50 G4     

Welding rods
Tylose is applied to the coating material of the welding rod and acts as a binding and plasticising agent in the co-extrusion process. It improves the elasticity of the extruded material and thus reduces crack formation directly after production.

Recommended Tylose products
Tylose grades    
Tylose HS 30000 YP2     
Tylose HS 60000 YP2     

Tylose has numerous advantageous properties such as:
Thickening
Plasticising
Film forming
Gelling
Others
Utilising these properties makes Tylose a highly suitable additive for many applications. 

Tylose - the additive for multiple fields of application
Tylose MC- and Tylose HEC-types are water-soluble cellulose ethers, produced from cellulose. Cellulose ethers are manly used as thickeners, binders, water retaining agents and dispersing agents. SE Tylose GmbH & Co. KG supplies more than 200 different Tylose products for many applications, whose end products can be found in almost all areas of every day life. The most important fields of application for Tylose are as additives for building and coating materials. In building materials, for example, Tylose enables the use of machine applied plasters and guarantees a highly efficient application on ceilings and walls. Tylose prevents the sedimentation of coatings and allows an even, almost spatter-free application of the paint.


Fields of application for Tylose : Coating materials for example: - Emulsion paints - Mineral based paints - Tinting systems - Paste-like systems Special applications for example: - Polymerization - Pharmaceuticals - Ceramics - Cosmetics - Cleaner

Tylose for Pet Litter
Eco-friendly pet litters are becoming increasingly popular. They have advantages over conventional mineral based materials where ecological and health aspects are concerned. Produced from minerals and often transported over long distances, mineral based pet litters are ecologically disadvantageous. Moreover they are not biodegradable and not flushable. Mineral based pet litters can produce silica dust, which is suspected to cause health problems in pets, particularly if they have longterm exposure to it or have respiratory issues. Alternative eco-friendly base materials are available. Typical examples are granulated wood powder and agricultural refuse such as wheat husks and corncobs. An important requirement of pet litter is its ability to form clumps. Eco-friendly material usually does not have this property or its clumping ability varies according to the quality of the material. Reliable binding additives are therefore needed to improve the clumping properties of the base material. High viscosity grades of Tylose MH and Tylose MHS can successfully achieve this

Application Properties
The characteristics of Tylose MH and MHS grades make them appropriate as clumping additives in pet litter.
The resulting pet litter is improved as follows:
• Fast clump formation
• High clump stability
• Enhanced absorption capacity
SE Tylose offers MH and MHS grades as fine powders, which guarantee good distribution in the base
material. Significant properties of Tylose are:
•     Good binding
•     High salt tolerance
•     Eco-friendly and biodegradability


Tylose can be either pressed into the base material or it can be applied to the finished granules. In the first case, the base material is usually wood powder and the pellets — including Tylose — are produced via extrusion. 
Tylose is typically added in a dosage of 6 – 7 % w/w.
In the latter case, when Tylose is added to finished granules, these should be wetted prior to the application of Tylose. 
This enhances the amount of absorption on the surface. Typical dosage of Tylose is 4 – 5 % w/w.

Recommended Tylose Products
Further products are available


Guide formulation of Tylose applied to finished granules:

Tylose Grades Viscosity Range [mPas]* Form Supplied
Tylose MH 60000 P6 28000 – 34000 (1.9 %) Ultra fine powder
Tylose MHS 150000 P4 5600 – 8000 (1.0 %) Fine powder

% w/w
Granules (natural, organic origin) 86
Glycerol 10
Tylose 4


Tylose HS 100000 YP2 is a water-soluble, non-ionic, highly etherified hydroxyethyl cellulose powder. It provides increased biostability, very high thickening effects and water retention, moderate foam stabilization, and high solution clarity, gloss appearance, pigment compatibility, and pseudoplasticity.This grade of hydroxyethyl cellulose (HEC) is particularly well-suited for use in interior paint, non-woven fabric, and toilet cleaner / wc-gel applications.
Tylose HS 30000 YP2 is a hydroxyethyl cellulose powder for applications in interior paints, solid paints, exterior paints, silicon resin paints, tinters, and glazes.
Tylose HS 30000 YP2 is a water-soluble, non-ionic, highly etherified hydroxyethyl cellulose powder. It provides increased biostability, fast consistency development, high solution clarity and thermal stability, and low sag resitance and water demand. This grade of hydroxyethyl cellulose (HEC) is ideal for use in emulsion tile adhesives, exterior, interior, and silicone resin paints, drilling fluids, non-woven fabrics, and washing up liquids.

Tylose H 15000 YP2 is a water-soluble, non-ionic hydroxyethyl cellulose powder with standard etherification. It displays high gloss appearance, pigment compatibility, and water retention, and moderate anti-spattering properties, pseudoplasticity, thickening effects, and wet scrub resistance. This grade of hydroxyethyl cellulose (HEC) is particularly well-suited for use in silicate and solid paint applications.

Tylose H 10000 NG4 is a water-soluble, non-ionic hydroxyethyl cellulose, in the form of granules, with standard etherification. It displays moderate thickening effects, foam stabilization, and binding effects, and very good temperature stability. This grade of hydroxyethyl cellulose (HEC) is particularly well-suited for use in engobe, glaze, liquid detergent, neutral cleaner, shampoo, and toothpaste applications.

Tylose H 6000 YP2 is a water-soluble, non-ionic hydroxyethyl cellulose powder with standard etherifcation. It provides high gloss appearance and pigment compatibility, good anti-spattering properties, low pseudoplasticity, and moderate thickening effects, wet scrub resistance, and water retention. This grade of hydroxyethyl cellulose (HEC) is particularly well-suited for use in glaze, powder paint, silicate paint, and tinter applications.

Tylose H 15 YG4 is a water-soluble, non-ionic hydroxyethyl cellulose, in the form of granules, with standard etherification. It provides very good temperature stability, low thickening effects and plasticity, and good binding effects, protective colloidal effects, and particle size control. This grade of hydroxyethyl cellulose (HEC) is particularly well-suited for use in engobe, glaze, powder granuling, slip casting, tape casting, and emulsion polymerisation applications.

Tylose H 10 YG4 is a water-soluble, non-ionic hydroxyethyl cellulose, in the form of granules, with standard etherification. It provides good protective colloidal effects and particle size control. This grade of hydroxyethyl cellulose (HEC) is particularly well-suited for use in seed coating, rubber glove, and suspension polymerisation (ESP) applications.

Tylose HS 60000 YP2 is a hydroxyethyl cellulose powder recommended for use in interior paints, exterior paints, and silicon resin paints.

Tylose HS 15000 YP2 is a hydroxyethyl cellulose powder recommended for use in interior paints, solid paints, exterior paints, silicon resin paints, tinters, glazes, and gloss effect top coats.

Tylose HS 30000 YP2 is a hydroxyethyl cellulose powder for applications in interior paints, solid paints, exterior paints, silicon resin paints, tinters, and glazes.

Tylose PSO 810001 is a water-soluble, non-ionic, highly etherified methyl hydroxypropyl cellulose powder. It displays increased biostability and very high thickening effects. This grade of methyl hydroxypropyl cellulose (MHPC) is ideal for use in paint-stripping pastes.


Tylose CER 406001 is a water-soluble, non-ionic methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose powder with standard etherification. It displays good plasticity and temperature stability as well as moderate thickening and binding effects. This grade of methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose (MHEC) is particularly well-suited for use in ceramic coatings - such as engobes and glazes - and extrusion applications.


Tylose HX 6000 YG4 is a chemically modified hydroxyethyl cellulose recommended for use in exterior, interior and semi-gloss paints.

Tylose MOBS 50 G4 is a water-soluble, non-ionic, highly etherified methyl hydroxypropyl cellulose, in the form of granules. It provides good protective colloidal effects and particle size control. This grade of methyl hydroxypropyl cellulose (MHPC) is particularly well-suited for use in rubber glove, seed coating, and PVC suspension polymerization applications.

Tylose MH 60004 P6 is a water-soluble, non-ionic, modified methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose powder with standard etherification. It displays very fast consistency development, moderate sag resistance and water demand, very high water retention, and low influence on cement hydration. This grade of methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose (MHEC) is ideal for use in cement tile adhesives.

Tylose MHS 10012 P6 is a water-soluble, non-ionic, highly etherified, modified methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose powder. It displays very fast consistency development, high water demand and heat stability, and moderate sag resistance, water retention, and influence on cement hydration. This grade of methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose (MHEC) is ideal for use in cement one coats.

Tylose MHS 60000 YP4 is a water-soluble, non-ionic, highly etherified methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose powder. It provides fast consistency development, very high water retention, low sag resistance, water demand, and influence on cement hydration, and high heat stability. This grade of methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose (MHEC) is ideal for use in emulsion tile adhesives.

Tylose MB 60000 P2 is a water-soluble, non-ionic, highly etherified methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose powder. It displays moderate gloss appearance, pigment compatibility, anti-spattering properties, and pseudoplasticity, high thickening effects and wet scrub resistance, and very high water retention. This grade of methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose (MHEC) is particularly well-suited for use in paint-stripping paste applications.

Tylose MH 100001 P6 is a water-soluble, non-ionic, modified methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose powder with standard etherification. It displays very fast consistency development, very high water retention, low influence on cement hydration, moderate sag resistance, and moderate water demand. This grade of methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose (MHEC) is ideal for use in cement skim coats and cement tile adhesives.


Tylose MHS 150003 P4 is a water-soluble, non-ionic, highly etherified, modified methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose powder. It provides very fast consistency development, high water demand, water retention, and heat stability, and moderate sag resistance and influence on cement hydration. This grade of methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose (MHEC) is ideal for use in block laying adhesives and gypsum mounting binders and spray plasters.


Tylose HS 1000 YP2 is a water-soluble, non-ionic, highly etherified hydroxyethyl cellulose powder. It displays increased biostability, high gloss appearance and pigment compatibility, low pseudoplasticity and water retention, moderate wet scrub resistance, and good anti-spattering properties. This grade of hydroxyethyl cellulose (HEC) is ideal for use in solid paints.

Tylose MH 30000 YP4 is a water-soluble, non-ionic, methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose powder with standard etherification. It provides increased biostability, low gloss appearance, good anti-spattering properties, and high thickening effects and water retention. This grade of methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose (MHEC) is ideal for use in cement paints, exterior paints, and silicone resin paints.

Tylose MB 10008 P4 is a water-soluble, non-ionic, highly etherified, modified methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose powder. It provides moderate consistency development, very high sag resistance and water demand, moderate water retention and influence on cement hydration, and low heat stability. This grade of methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose (MHEC) is ideal for use in cement tile adhesives.

Tylose MH 10015 P4 is a water-soluble, non-ionic, modified methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose powder with standard etherification. It provides fast consistency development, very high sag resistance and water demand, moderate water retention and influence on cement hydration, and high heat stability. This grade of methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose (MHEC) is ideal for use in cement tile adhesives.

Tylose MH 20007 P4 is a water-soluble, non-ionic, modified methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose powder with standard etherification. It displays fast consistency development, very high sag resistance and water demand, moderate water retention and influence on cement hydration, and high heat stability. This grade of methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose (MHEC) is ideal for use in cement tile adhesives.


Tylose MHS 30027 P6 is a water-soluble, non-ionic, highly etherified, modified methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose powder. It displays very fast consistency development, moderate sag resistance and water demand, high water retention and heat stability, and low influence on cement hydration. This grade of methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose (MHEC) is ideal for use in cement renders and EIFSs.


Tylose H 15000 YP2 is a water-soluble, non-ionic hydroxyethyl cellulose powder with standard etherification. It displays high gloss appearance, pigment compatibility, and water retention, and moderate anti-spattering properties, pseudoplasticity, thickening effects, and wet scrub resistance. This grade of hydroxyethyl cellulose (HEC) is particularly well-suited for use in silicate and solid paint applications.


Tylose MH 15002 P6 is a water-soluble, non-ionic, modified methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose powder with standard etherification. It provides fast consistency development, moderate sag resistance, high water demand and water retention, and low influence on cement hydration. This grade of methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose (MHEC) is particularly well-suited for use in block laying adhesive and cement render applications.


Tylose MO 60016 P4 is a water-soluble, non-ionic, modified methyl hydroxypropyl cellulose powder with standard etherification. It provides very fast consistency development, moderate sag resistance and water demand, very high water retention, low influence on cement hydration, and high heat stability. This grade of methyl hydroxypropyl cellulose (MHPC) is ideal for use in cement one coats.


Tylose MB 15009 P2 is a water-soluble, non-ionic, highly etherified, modified methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose powder. It displays moderate consistency development and sag resistance, high water demand, water retention, and influence on cement hydration, and low heat stability. This grade of methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose (MHEC) is ideal for use in cement tile adhesives and EIFSs.


Tylose MH 10016 P4 is a water-soluble, non-ionic, modified methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose powder with standard etherification. It displays fast consistency development, very high sag resistance and water demand, moderate water retention and influence on cement hydration, and high heat stability. This grade of methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose (MHEC) is ideal for use in cement tile adhesives.

Tylose MH 200 YP2 is a water-soluble, non-ionic methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose powder with standard etherification. It displays slow consistency development and low sag resistance, water demand, water retention, and influence on cement hydration. This grade of methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose (MHEC) is particularly well-suited for use in emulsion decorative render and distemper paint applications.


Tylose MH 6000 YP4 is a water-soluble, non-ionic methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose powder with standard etherification. It provides fast consistency development, low sag resistance and water demand, moderate water retention, and low influence on cement hydration. This grade of methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose (MHEC) is ideal for use in grouts, lime-wash paints, and powder paints.

Tylose MB 3003 P4 is a water-soluble, non-ionic, highly etherified, modified methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose powder. It provides moderate consistency development, high sag resistance, water demand, and influence on cement hydration, and low water retention and heat stability. This grade of methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose (MHEC) is particularly well-suited for use in cement tile adhesive applications.


Tylose MH 10007 P4 is a water-soluble, non-ionic, modified methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose powder with standard etherification. It provides fast consistency development and has moderate sag resistance, water demand, water retention, heat stability, and influence on cement duration. This grade of methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose (MHEC) is particularly well-suited for use in cement decorative render and EIFS applications.


Tylose MH 60001 P6 is a water-soluble, non-ionic, modified methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose powder with standard etherification. It provides very fast consistency development, moderate sag resistance and water demand, very high water retention, and low influence on cement hydration. This grade of methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose (MHEC) is particularly well-suited for use in cement skim coat applications.


Tylose MH 60010 P4 is a water-soluble, non-ionic, modified methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose powder with standard etherification. It provides very fast consistency development, moderate sag resistance, high water demand and water retention, and moderate influence on cement hydration. This grade of methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose (MHEC) is ideal for use in cement renders, tile adhesives, and gypsum plasters and compounds.

Tylose MHS 30024 P4 is a water-soluble, non-ionic, highly etherified, modified methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose powder. It provides fast consistency development, moderate sag resistance and water demand, and high water retention, influence on cement hydration, and heat stability. This grade of methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose (MHEC) is particularly well-suited for use in block laying and cement tile adhesive applications.

Tylose MHS 30007 P6 is a water-soluble, non-ionic, highly etherified, modified methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose powder. It displays very fast consistency development, moderate sag resistance and water demand, low influence on cement hydration, and high water retention and heat stability. This grade of methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose (MHEC) is particularly well-suited for use in cement decorative render and skim coat applications.

Tylose MOT 60000 YP4 is a water-soluble, non-ionic methyl hydroxypropyl cellulose powder with standard etherification. It displays fast consistency development, very high water retention, low sag resistance, water demand, and influence on cement hydration, and high heat stability. This grade of methyl hydroxypropyl cellulose (MHPC) is particularly well-suited for use in emulsion joint filler and emulsion tile adhesive applications.

Tylose HS 30000 YP2 is a water-soluble, non-ionic, highly etherified hydroxyethyl cellulose powder. It provides increased biostability, fast consistency development, high solution clarity and thermal stability, and low sag resitance and water demand. This grade of hydroxyethyl cellulose (HEC) is ideal for use in emulsion tile adhesives, exterior, interior, and silicone resin paints, drilling fluids, non-woven fabrics, and washing up liquids.

Tylose HX 6000 YG4 is a water-soluble, non-ionic, chemically modified hydroxyethyl cellulose, in the form of granules, with special etherification. It displays increased biostability, very high gloss appearance and pigment compatibility, excellent anti-spattering properties, low pseudoplasticity, moderate thickening effects and water retention, and high wet scrub resistance. This grade of hydroxyethyl cellulose (HEC) is particularly well-suited for use in interior paint applications.


Tylose HS 15000 YP2 is a water-soluble, non-ionic, highly etherified hydroxyethyl cellulose powder. It displays increased biostability, fast consistency development, high gloss appearance, pigment compatibility, and water retention, low sag resistance and water demand, and moderate anti-spattering properties, thickening effects, and influence on cement hydration. This grade of hydroxyethyl cellulose (HEC) is particularly well-suited for use in tinter, emulsion joint filler, and rubber glove applications.


Tylose HS 6000 YP2 is a water-soluble, non-ionic, highly etherified hydroxyethyl cellulose powder. It displays increased biostability, moderate thickening effects, high solution clarity, fast consistency development, high gloss appearance and pigment compatibility, and low sag resistance and water demand. This grade of hydroxyethyl cellulose (HEC) is ideal for use in emulsion decorative renders, glazes, powder and solid paints, tinters, liquid detergents, and toilet cleaners / wc-gels.


Tylose MH 60001 P4 is a water-soluble, non-ionic, modified methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose powder with standard etherification. It displays very fast consistency development, moderate sag resistance and water demand, very high water retention, and low influence on cement hydration. This grade of methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose (MHEC) is particularly well-suited for use in cement one coat, cement tile adhesive, gypsum mounting binder, and gypsum troweling compound applications.


Tylose H 30000 YP2 is a water-soluble, non-ionic hydroxyethyl cellulose powder with standard etherification. It displays very good temperature stability, good binding effects, high gloss appearance, pigment compatibility, and water retention, and moderate anti-spattering properties, wet scrub resistance, and foam stabilization. This grade of hydroxyethyl cellulose (HEC) is particularly well-suited for use in engobe, glaze, exterior paint, silicate paint, silicone resin paint, welding rod, hair conditioner, and shampoo applications.


Tylovis SE 7 is a starch ether developed especially for dry mixed mortars such as adhesives, plasters and troweling compounds. Tylovis SE 7 is typically used together with Tylose MC grades in such building products. It is also compatible with all common dry mixed mortar additives, e.g. air entraining, dispersing and hydrophobic agents. Tylovis SE 7 gives higher thickening, better slip and sag resistance as well as easy workability. In adhesives and troweling compounds, which contain higher dosages of methyl cellulose, the stickiness and skin formation can be reduced by addition of Tylovis SE 7.

Tylovis EP 28 is a dispersing and wetting surfactant for cement, lime and gypsum based plasters, renders, mortars and troweling compounds. It also has a some slight air-entraining properties. Tylovis EP 28 improves workability, smoothness, plasticity and troweling as well as leveling behaviour of mortars and plasters. Fine particles of inorganic binders and pigments are much better dispersed throughout mixtures by addition of Tylovis EP 28. It is highly recommended for gypsum based plasters as it reduces the stickiness of the first leveling and extends working time especially during the final stage.


Tylovis PVA 18 is used in dry mixed mortars in combination with gypsum or cement as a co-binder. Because of its high adhesive strength to paper, Tylovis PVA 18 is especially recommended for gypsum based adhesives, jointing and troweling compounds, which are used to install plaster board walls and ceilings. Tylovis PVA 18 reduces the surface tension of water and increases workability and pumpability of mortars.

COMPANY
SE Tylose GmbH & Co. KG is a supplier of cellulose ethers used in the Paint & Coatings industry. This organization delivers a range of water-soluble cellulose ethers under the Tylose trade name - including methyl hydroxyethyl cellulose (MHEC), methyl hydroxypropyl cellulose (MHPC), and hydroxyethyl cellulose (HEC) - for applications such as construction and ceramic coatings & paints.


 

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