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Role of Construction Chemicals

Role of construction chemicals in Construction industry

The global construction chemicals market which was valued at $32.0 billion in 2018, is expected to grow with a CAGR of 5.9% and reach $50.6 billion by 2026. In India, it is 14000CR in 2020 and expected to grow with a CAGR of >8% nd would reach 220000 Cr by 2026

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Antimicrobial Compound with Bacterial Resistance

Antimicrobial Compound with Bacterial Resistance

It is an undeniable fact that the antimicrobial compounds play an essential role in protecting public health. Since surfaces on structures are usually exposed to microbial attachment and colonization, it becomes imperative to use antimicrobial compounds to prevent deterioration.

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Ceramic Membranes are helping purify polluted water

How Ceramic Membranes are helping purify polluted water in rural areas?

Ceramic membranes have been widely used in areas that are polluted with heavy metals like arsenic & iron. They are used in rural areas to convert wastewater into potable drinking water. Other than this, ceramic membrane technology is widely used in various non-water applications also like the food & dairy industry, chemical treatment, oil-water separation etc.

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Advantages of Antimicrobial Compounds

Advantages of Antimicrobial Compounds

We live amidst bacteria, fungus, viruses, pests, and more. The new strains of viruses keep developing, putting our life at risk by causing severe illnesses and fatalities. Despite deep cleaning, the molds and bacteria continue to grow. Under such a scenario, it is imperative to devise a solution to meet these challenges. Antimicrobial Products are an effective solution to kill microorganisms and prevent their growth.

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ceramic stains

Ceramic Stains: Inorganic Pigments For Ceramic Tiles

Beautiful uniform rich colors that simulate fired hues are the secret to attractive ceramics. This is achieved by using Ceramic stains which are essentially inorganic pigments, ceramic oxides and metal oxides that are powdered to a specific mesh size or are acid washed or molten in kilns and then colored using standard organic dyeing materials.

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Ceramic Membranes

Ceramic Membranes For Wastewater Filtration : An Overview

Huge growth in population and economic development is constantly creating humongous pressure on existing water resources. Water in usable form is needed for drinking, industrial purposes and most human activities.

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