Phenolic laminate

phenolic laminate

[fə′näl·ik ′lam·ə·nət]
(materials)
Canvas, linen, kraft paper, glass fiber, or other substrate impregnated with 30% or more of thermosetting phenolic resin and cured; used for structural, mechanical, and electrical purposes.

Phenolic laminate

A high-pressure laminated sheet made from paper and phenol-formaldehyde resin, commonly used for furniture and kitchen cabinet surfaces.
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The real improvement in properties of phenolic laminates in the 1990s isn't as much as resin question as it is a glass reinforcement question.