Construction Chemicals

Construction Chemicals

We source from suppliers worldwide in order to provide our customers in the construction industry with materials and additives for waterproofing, water repellants, industrial flooring, repair mortars, floor hardener and cementitous products.

We take pride in serving both a large customer base throughout Asia Pacific and a global supplier network. This allows us to create mutually beneficial and lasting business relationships for both manufacturers and customers. We are able to provide the technical expertise, facilities, and qualified sales representatives to recommend and supply the precise specialty chemicals and materials necessary for almost any construction or building application.




Sodium Bentonite

Sodium Bentonite produced under controlled conditions with well-balanced rheological properties, designed to fit with all necessities of diaphragm walling, piling, pipe-jacking, tunnelling or drill...

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Poly-Carboxylate (PCE)

Poly-Carboxylate is a superplasticizer for high performance concrete, high strength concrete, high volume fly ash/slag concrete and grouting/self-levelling screed/mortar.

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Starch Ether

A kind of nonionic starch ether that is produced from special chemical treatment to the tapioca starch. Can be used as thickeners for mineral binders based on gypsum or cement. It gives non-sag and...

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Redispersible Powder

Water repellent type redispersible polymer powder widely used as waterproofing materials, usually no need for additional waterproof treatment. Added in waterproofing sealing mortars, plaster mortar...

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Cellulose Ether HEC 100000

A nonionic surfactant and odourless, free flowing white powder HEC is characterized by hygroscopicity and can be dissolved in both cold and hot water. It has high thickening effect, excellent rheol...

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Cellulose Ether HEMC 9051 & 9051S

Water soluble, non-ionic, with standard etherification hydroxyl ethyl methyl cellulose. It is odourless and tasteless, produced by the alkalisation of the cellulose being carried out in the presenc...

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