Melamine-Urea-Formaldehyde Impregnated Bond Paper
Melamine impregnated paper, also known as “melamine” paper, is a plain base paper or printing decorative paper impregnated with amino resin (melamine formaldehyde resin and urea formaldehyde resin) and dried to a certain extent, with a certain resin content and volatile content of the adhesive paper, after hot pressing can be bonded with each other or with artificial board substrate.
A. dipping quantity: the content of solid resin in decorative film paper, expressed as percentage (%). B. Volatile matter content: The content of volatile matter (mostly water and other small molecules) in decorative film paper, expressed in percentage (%). C. Pre-curing degree: Curing degree of resin in decorative film paper, expressed as percentage (%).
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