melamine resin


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melamine resin

n.
A thermosetting resin used for molded products, adhesives, and surface coatings.
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melamine resin

n
(Elements & Compounds) a thermosetting amino resin, stable to heat and light, produced from melamine and used for moulded products, adhesives, and surface coatings
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mel′amine res`in


n.
a thermosetting resin used as an adhesive and a coating for paper, plastics, and textiles.
[1940–45]
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Noun1.melamine resin - a thermosetting resin formed from melamine and an aldehydemelamine resin - a thermosetting resin formed from melamine and an aldehyde; used in molded products, adhesives, and coatings
synthetic resin - a resin having a polymeric structure; especially a resin in the raw state; used chiefly in plastics
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In a longer development process, it was possible for the first time to make the raw material melamine resin available for a thermoplastic processing process and to produce a duromeric end product - smartMelamine.
(17) developed a low-cost stoving paint containing oil-based polyester and melamine resin with better mechanical and corrosion resistance properties.
But, compared to materials like real wood or stone, it can be a challenge to maintain them in pristine condition due to their synthetic qualities (mostly melamine resin and fiber board).
Ayrilmis, "Enhancement of dimensional stability and mechanical properties of light MDF by adding melamine resin impregnated paper waste," International Journal of Adhesion and Adhesives, vol.
The shell materials of PCMs are mainly melamine resin [6-9] and urea-formaldehyde resin [10-12].
Because polymeric melamine resin is very unstable and easily precipitates out of water, the degree of polymerization of MF resin is controlled to lower than dimer stage.
A commercial laminate supplied by WilsonArt, Inc., Temple, TX and prepared from Kraft paper and melamine resin was used as the representative test laminate (Figure 2).
* BASF has developed a new cleaning version of its Basotect melamine resin foam.
No melamine resin is incorporated into either the curing resin or the steel substrate; therefore, their corresponding layers are shown as blue.
The new line includes a membrane press that can handle vinyl films and Kydex thermoplastic sheet; a thermally-fused melamine press to heat and pressure bond paper impregnated with melamine resin to a core material; milling equipment such as an additional panel saw, CNC router, five-axis CNC router, edgebander and point-to-point machines; and a quality lab for testing board, melamine and RTF for moisture content, proper cure, opacity, stain, wear, scratch and crack resistance.
NP 193M uses a melamine resin, which makes it impervious to corrosives, the company says.