Question by  apple (447)

What is melamine resin? How is it made?


Answer by  oldmom (716)

Melamine resin is a hard, thermosetting resin made from melamine and formaldehyde. It's used for everything from kitchen utensils to laminated flooring and Formica. It is produced in a process called polymerization in a chemical reaction to create 3D polymer chains.


Answer by  user26 (176)

Melamine is a combination of two molecular reactive chemicals that are used to make kitchen tools and other things like laminate surfaces,they use heat to make the two chemicals cure meaning that once the heat is applied the resin becomes irreversibly hardened.


Answer by  Liz59 (10966)

It is made by combining it with formeldehyde. It is actually a hard plastic material. It is made by boiling the melamine it high temperatures. Then you will add the formeldehyde mixtures in it to make it a hard thick plastic. The hard thick plastic will then be used to make further items.


Answer by  TwoToneDodge (2204)

Melamine resin is a hard durable plastic made from malamine and formaldehyde. It is crated by polymerization. It is used as high pressure laminates for flooring and other things. It can also be used as kitchen plastic wear.

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