Maltodextrin must be combined with water-reducing agent and pumping agent because it acts as a concrete delayer. This can slow down the cement’s hydration, allowing concrete to get from the station directly to the site.
The following are some examples of how to use
Maltodextrin (a derivative of starch without free-starch) is refined by enzymes and then sprayed.
|Appearance||DE Value (%)||Moisture (%)||Solubility||PH Value||Sulfate Ash|
|White or light-yellow||>=99.0||
Maltodextrin in concrete
Addition of maltodextrin to building materials can slow the setting and delay heat.
Comparing maltodextrin to other retarders has better effects on concrete and its workability.
Maltodextrin must be combined with water reducers and pumping agents, as it is a type of concrete retarder. This can delay the cement’s hydration, allowing concrete to get from the station and to the site.
1. This product contains no toxic substances and is harmless. It is biodegradable.
2. It should be washed out with lots of water if it gets into your eyes;
3. Consult a physician immediately if you suspect that you have caused allergies in a certain part of the body.