In the previous post we went over the properties of AG100. Today we will discuss the properties of AG200, which is in the same family. (If you haven’t already, be sure to check out my previous blog post on AG100.)
What is AG200?
AG200 is a three-component, water-swelling hydrogel based on acrylate or methacrylate that hardens to an elastic product.
What are the advantages & applications?
AG200 is known for its low blending viscosity, which can be compared to the consistency of water. This acrylate is mainly used for curtain wall grouting. In addition, it can also be used to redirect ground water, stabilize soils prior to excavation, and inject cracks. The set times can be controlled by varying the amounts of catalyst on the resin side and salt on the water side.