Melamine plants and technologies from the world leader
Melamine is used to produce melamine/formaldehyde
resins that fit a large variety of applications: flooring,
laminates, thermosetting plastic.
Three principal characteristics make melamine chemically unique are: stability that makes it resistant to chemical, thermal and physical degradation; structure that allows it to be combined with other chemicals and chemical compounds, particularly formaldehyde and other monomers, in a wide variety of chemical reactions and polymerisation; 66% nitrogen content which provides excellent fire retardant properties because, when exposed to intense heat, nitrogen is released without toxic gases, therefore diluting oxygen and inhibiting combustion