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"Donghai" nano waterproof coating can reduce the ammonia content

"Donghai" nano waterproof coating can reduce the ammonia content

February 25, 2003

a new thing happened recently in a high-rise residential building under construction in Wangjing New Area, Beijing: using nano modified

waterproof coating can degrade the ammonia released from concrete antifreeze, effectively solving the problem of excessive ammonia

it is reported that due to the wrong proportion of antifreeze raw materials, after the completion of the main body of the building, a large amount of ammonia gas made by others, such as metal lithium and butyl lithium, was released from the concrete plastic flexible packaging concrete wall, and the ammonia content in the indoor air seriously exceeded the standard. After consulting from many parties, the above is the experimental operating procedures for the deformation and working load test of the compression spring. They cooperated with Beijing Donghai anti-corrosion and waterproof technology

engineering company to paint the nano modified waterproof paint produced by the company on the wall and bathroom. Now it has been painted more than 4000

square meters. After testing by the authoritative department, this nano modified waterproof paint has degraded the ammonia content by 80%, which fully meets the indoor air quality standard

according to the scientific researchers of Beijing Donghai company, this waterproof coating is made by nano technology through titanium dioxide modification. It is characterized by excellent waterproof performance. At the same time, it can effectively degrade toxic and harmful substances such as ammonia, formaldehyde and

xylene through light and action, thus playing the role of detoxification. Logic analyzers and voltage/current probes. The nano modified waterproof coating developed by the company in cooperation with the Institute of new materials of Capital Normal University in 2002 filled the domestic gap and took the first step towards the successful introduction of nanotechnology into the building waterproof industry

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