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  • Intensified Ribbon Blending of Melamine Compounds Cuts Cycle Times 25% for Furniture Molder
    The leading supplier of hard plastic melamine school furniture molds components from a mixture of resin, wood flour and pigments. A Munson ribbon blender with an integral "intensifier bar" cut blending time by 25%.
  • Aminos
    Melamine and urea are the principal commercial thermosetting polymers called aminos. The amino resins are formed by an addition reaction of formaldehyde and compounds containing NH 2 amino groups. They are supplied as liquid or dry resins and filled molding compounds. Applying heat in the presence

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  • Melamine-Formaldehyde Resins
    Melamine resins offer superior moisture and heat resistance and hardness versus other amino resins, and are used primarily in laminates, adhesives and molding compounds.
  • Amino Resins
    • Negative growth is projected for the melamine resin market in Japan, primarily because of the decline in usage in wood adhesives and surface coatings.
  • Handbook of Paint and Coating Raw Materials Volume 1 and 2
    Uses: Epoxy in combination with water-misc. melamine resins for unpig- mented, clear, or transparent stoving systems .
  • Handbook of Paper and Pulp Chemicals
    Uses: Wet str. breaker for repulping of wet str. papers treated with urea or melamine resins , which can be hydrolyzed under acid conditions; highly conc.
  • Melamine
    Melamine resins are produced by the condensation polymerization reaction of melamine with formaldehyde to yield melamine- formaldehyde (MF) resins.
  • Thermosetting Resins
    Etherified Melamine Resins Patent Summary .
  • Handbook of PLASTIC AND RUBBER ADDITIVES Volume 1 and 2
    … salt of sulfonic acid in methanol Uses: Acid catalyst for aq. and solv.-based baking enamels, general indus- trial, coil coatings, automotive OEM and refinish, and overprint varnishes Features: Used in polyester, acrylic, and alkyd resins which are crosslinked with melamine resins .
  • Handbook of Textile Processing Chemicals
    Uses: Catalyst designed for melamine resin and melamine replacement resins .
  • Kanerva's Occupational Dermatology
    1981) Formaldehyde dermatitis from a gypsum- melamine resin mixture.
  • Handbook of Food Packaging Chemicals and Materials
    Uses: UV absorber in adhesives, food-pkg. adhesives, high-solids coatings, automotive refinish coatings, forced air-dry 2 part PU coatings, thermoset acrylic coatings (at higher loadings), acrylic and polyester PU, acrylic melamine resins , silane-modified acrylics, epoxy acids .