Most of the melamine produced worldwide is used by the wood-based panel industry. It is also commonly used in the construction, automotive and furniture industries.

Important applications include:

  • Laminates - laminate flooring, kitchen and bathroom countertops, self-assembly furniture, exterior wall claddings
  • Wood panels - plywood, particle boards, medium-destiny fiberboard (MDF), oriented strand board (OSB), laminated veneer lumber (LVL) 
  • Coatings - vehicle body panels, household appliences, food and bavaraage cans, metal sheeting coils
  • Moulding compounds - tableware, electrical equipment, handles for pans, utensils
  • Flame retardans- upholstery, mattresses, fire-door coating
  • Resins for textile and paper finishing, include banknotes, wallpapers, wrinke-free apparel
  • Concrete plasticisers
  • Coatings - vehicle body panels, household appliences, food and beverage 

The majority of our melamine is used to produce melamine-formaldehyde (MF) and melamine-urea-formaldehyde (MUF) resins. A small part of our production is used in crystal form as a flame retardant in soft polyurethane (PU) foams

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