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The difference between wet and dry gridding cloth for external wall thermal insulation

The difference between wet and dry gridding cloth for external wall thermal insulation

Answer:

There is no obvious difference between them except bottom ash and material amount.
With glass fiber woven fabric as base material, gridding cloth is dipped in and coated with highly resistant polymer emulsion, thus featured by good alkali resistance, flexibility and high tensile resistance in the bidirection of warp and weft. It is widely used for thermal insulation, water proofing and crack resistance of internal and external walls of buildings. With alkali or alkali free glass fiber yarn as raw material and woven glass fiber gridding cloth as the base material, exterior wall thermal insulation gridding cloth (glass fiber grid cloth) is a new type of alkali product made by coating acrylic copolymer liquid and drying. It is featured by stable structure, high intensity, good alkali resistance, anti-corrosion, crack resistance, best enhancing effect, easy construction and operation. It is a kind of new building materials for thermal insulation of external walls and mainly used for internal and external surface reinforcement and crack resistance in cement, gypsum, walls, buildings and other structures.

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