Waterproof Coiled Polymer Materials Have Bright Development Prospects

Tian Fenglan; Liu Zhiwei; Liu Guogang
September 2012
China Chemical Reporter;9/6/2012, Vol. 23 Issue 17, p20
Trade Publication
The article reports on the growth in consumption of waterproof coiled polymer materials in China in 2011. It indicates that the domestic output of the materials reached 187.42 million square meters in 2011, accounting for 15.58% of the total output in the country. It projects that output of the materials will reach 206.16 million square meters in 2012. It suggests focusing on giving priority to the development of high performance elastomer modified asphalt waterproofing coiled materials.


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