melamine resin


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melamine resin

[′mel·ə‚mēn ′rez·ən]
(materials)
An amino resin made from formaldehyde and melamine; it is used as a molding compound with fillers added to it; it may also be used for laminating.
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The control laminate was made with an overlay paper (OL) containing melamine resin at a 65 Pwt% and an enzyme concentration of 0.
Therefore, the relatively constant distribution of residual methoxy groups suggests the observed melamine-enrichment zones are not simply developed by inhomogeneous mixing of the polyester and melamine resins.
This paper was composed of 100 percent northern or western bleached sulfate with 3 percent of melamine resin for wet strength and 3 percent of titanium dioxide pigment for opacity.
The multifunctional properties of the melamine resin carrier permit use in a variety of coatings and ink applications, and formulating tips and recipes were generated for starting point customer use.
ShengdaTech's production of melamine is sold directly to seven customers with chemical factories that use melamine to produce melamine resin, an environmentally friendly alternative to formaldehyde resin.
BASF reports that its Basotect melamine resin foam is being used in aircraft seat cushions, making them much lighter than conventional ones.
Hard plastic is an extremely durable material made from finely ground wood flour, pigments and melamine resin.
They can produce 6,000 t/y of phenol resin, 500 t/y of melamine resin and 800 t/y of urea resin.
The production process of Panolam thermally fused panels involves passing a solid color or printed decorative overlay paper through a bath of liquid melamine resin.
About every three weeks, approximately 40,000 pounds of melamine resin are trucked the company's headquarters and manufacturing facilities in Waunakee, WI, just outside of Madison.
New water-based line for polyurethanes, rubbers, composites molded with polyester, epoxy, vinyl ester, phenolic and melamine resin systems.
The melamine resin is fully cured at 300-400 psi and 300-400 degrees F during hot press lamination.