MELAMINE BOARDS

Definition

Melamine particle boards are made out of paper impregnated with melamine glues which are pressed together. The surface of the product is completely closed, pore free, scratch, wear, heat and discoloration resistant.

Melamine boards can be finished looking like authentic wood, covered with lacquer and are available in a variety of colors and textures.

Due to the wide variety of usage possibilities melamine boards are widely used by architects and designers.

 

Field of Application

Since there is such a wide variety of colors and textures available for melamine boards, the product can be used to make any kind of furniture e.g. bathroom, bedroom, kitchen and other furniture.

Thicknesses mm:   10, 12, 16, 19, 22,

Sizes mm:  1830×2750

Melamine paper grammer: 75~85g/m2;

Color: White Surface, Matt, Texture, Bump;

Glue type:       Urea Carbamide (Interior), Phenol-formaldehyde (Exterior)

Quality References: Technical Research Centre of Finland (VTT) and conformity to the CARB (California Air Resources Board) requirements by SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden.

Edges: Processing by waterproof acrylic paint

Formaldehyde emission:   E1

Moisture content: 5-13 %

Density: 650-700 kg/m³

Wood species: more than 70% pine wood, 30% mixed hard wood