Potassium Methyl Siliconate
(PMS) is a methyl siloxane hydrophobic sealant for masonry and other mineral construction materials. PMS is used as a water-repellent reagent for impregnation and sealing of a variety of construction materials, including stone and bricks, cement mortar, perlite, and gypsum and fiber gypsum board.
Potassium methyl siliconate (PMS) has been used for decades in hydrophobic impregnation of natural and refractory mineral construction materials, mainly bricks and tiles, for the purpose of improving water resistance. The water-repellent properties of PMS develop by reaction with atmospheric carbon dioxide, and the resulting polymethylsilicic acid forms a firmly adhering, permanently water-repellent surface.
PMS was recently investigated as a nano modifier to improve the compatibility between wood fiber and plastic matrix in fiber reinforced plastic composites. This study showed that PMS improved the morphology of fiber/flour and increased the volumetric swell and water sorption of PMS-treated wood fiber/flour plastic composites in long-term soaking tests.
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