Construction Products

Our full range of economical emulsion polymers for building and construction provide the performance attributes you need and your customers demand.
Our line of building and construction polymers includes acrylic, styrene acrylic, vinyl acrylic, vinyl acetate and vinyl acetate ethylene copolymer emulsions can enhance the performance of cement repair mortars, tile mortars, membranes, caulks, drywall spackle and concrete cure and seals, so you can build with confidence.

Applications include:

  • Mastics and sealants
  • Cementitious materials
  • Curing membranes and sealers
  • Caulks
  • Joint compounds

Elvace® 734

  • Firm film
  • Easy to appy
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Elvace® 734
Used for dust control and soil stabilization
Polyvinyl alcohol (PVOH) stabilized | Vinyl Acetate Ethylene Copolymer

Elvace® CPS 716

  • In TJ compound displays excellent workabilty
  • Cement modifier
  • Concrete bonding agent
Technology Documentation
Elvace® CPS 716
Used for cement modifier concrete bonding agent tape joint compounds
Polyvinyl alcohol (PVOH) stabilized | Vinyl Acetate Ethylene Copolymer

Pace® 383

  • Improves adhesion to concrete as a bonding agent
Technology Documentation
Pace® 383
Used for concrete bonding agent
Polyvinyl alcohol (PVOH) stabilized | Vinyl Acetate

PD0124

  • Excellent binding strength
  • Good water resistance
Technology Documentation
PD0124
Used for dust control and soil stabilization
Surfactant stabilized | Vinyl Acetate Acrylate Copolymer

PD0431

  • Premium acrylic
  • Excellent adhesion
  • Improved water resistance
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PD0431
Used for caulk base polymer
Acrylic | Surfactant stabilized

PD0725P

  • Cement modifier
  • Improves adhesion, flexibility and water resistance
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PD0725P
Used for cement modifier
Acrylic | Surfactant stabilized

Plyamul® CPS 104

  • Externally plasticized HEC homopolymer
Technology Documentation
Plyamul® CPS 104
Used for tape joint compounds
Cellulosic stabilized | Vinyl Acetate

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