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

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
Phenolic Sheets -- Phenolic Sheet
from ACME Plastics, Inc.

Available in 0.011" to 4" thicknesses. Available in the following grades: XX PAPER: High dielectric strength, good moisture resistance, moderate mechanical strength, good machinability for normal electrical uses. XXX PAPER - Low-loss electrical grade for high voltage. CE CANVAS - Tough resilient... [See More]

  • Chemical System: Thermally cured; Phenolics or Formaldehyde Resins
  • Length: 48
  • Thickness: 0.0110 to 4
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)