Phenolics / Formaldehyde Resins (Melamine, etc.) Plastic Sheet and Plastic Film Datasheets

PHENOLIC Economy Sheet - Natural Paper - Masked
from Interstate Plastics, Inc.

Paper "economy" grade is a paper-based laminate with low phenolic resin content. A non-nema economy grade, economy paper phenolic is typically hot punched for numerous low voltage electrical applications. Economy paper offers fair electric properties in dry conditions, but the product is not... [See More]

  • Chemical System: Thermally cured; Phenolics or Formaldehyde Resins
  • Industry: OEM or Industrial
  • Thickness: 0.2500 to 3
Redco™ Epoxy Laminates
from Redwood Plastics

Offer virtually no water absorption. Good insulating and electrical properties. Excellent dimensional stability. Good temperature and chemical resistance [See More]

  • Chemical System: Thermally cured; Epoxy; Phenolics or Formaldehyde Resins
  • Industry: Electronics; Military (optional feature); OEM or Industrial
  • Filler: Unfilled
  • Features: Thermal Insulation (optional feature)
Lab Resin
from Total Plastics, Inc.

Lab-Resin ® is a solid, modified, phenolic resin composite, thermo-fused under heat and pressure to form a solid, black chemical resistant composition throughout the entire thickness of the panel. Lab-Resin ® is designed for use as countertops, shelving and reagent packs. It should be used... [See More]

  • Chemical System: Phenolic Resin Composite; Phenolics or Formaldehyde Resins
  • Thickness: 0.1250 to 1
Engineered Plastics Stock Shape -- CARBON FIBER FILLED PEEK
from TriStar Plastics Corp.

High-temperature resistance. Chemical resistance. FDA compliance [See More]

  • Chemical System: Thermally cured; Phenolics or Formaldehyde Resins
  • Material Type: Thermally Conductive
  • Filler: Aramid
  • Industry: OEM or Industrial
Phenolic Grade LE Sheeting -- 45488
from U.S. Plastic Corporation

Phenolic is a hard, dense material made by applying heat and pressure to layers of paper or fabric, impregnated with a synthetic resin. These phenolics are approx half the weight of aluminum and their physical toughness resists abrasion, friction, impact, and material fatigue. Special properties... [See More]

  • Chemical System: Thermally cured; Phenolics or Formaldehyde Resins