Melamine Crockrey Melamine Urea Formaldehyde Resin For Durable Dinnerware

Basic Information
Place of Origin: Jiangxi, China
Brand Name: neutral
Certification: SGS
Model Number: A5
Minimum Order Quantity: 20 Metric Tons
Price: Negotiable
Packaging Details: 25kg PP woven bag with inner waterproof PE film.
Delivery Time: 15 days after be paid
Payment Terms: L/C, T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram
Supply Ability: 6000 Metric Ton/Metric Tons per Month
Package: 10kg/25kg Other Names:: Amino Moulding Compound
Color: White, Red, Green As Per Your Request Place Of Origin:: China
Type:: Melamine Moulding Compound Application: Make Food Grade Dinnerware
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Melamine (formula: C3N3(NH2)3), commonly known as melamine, proteoglycan, IUPAC named "1,3,5-triazine-2,4,6-triamine", is a kind of three The azines contain nitrogen-containing heterocyclic organic compounds and are used as chemical raw materials. It is a white monoclinic crystal, almost odorless, slightly soluble in water (3.1g/L at room temperature), soluble in methanol, formaldehyde, acetic acid, hot ethylene glycol, glycerin, pyridine, etc., insoluble in acetone, ethers, to the body Harmful, not for use in food processing or food additives.

Test Item Unit Test Method Test Results
Appearance

 

 

  White powder

 

Evaporation residue

Mg/dm2 GB/T13455 0.5

 

Consumption of potassium permanganate

 

Mg/dm2

GB1033

 

0.573

 

Formaldehyde (3% Acetic acid )

 

Mg/dm2

 

GB5009,61-85

 

1

Melting point

  130
Water solubility GB1034 60
Flowability mm GB13454 22

What is Melamine Crockery?

Melamine crockery is a hardwearing and extremely damage resistant alternative to porcelain. As it is safe to be dropped and almost impossible to chip or crack during normal use, melamine crockery is ideally suited to bustling semi-formal dining environments and outdoor catering. Because of its superior appearance and quality feel, melamine is the trusted alternative to traditional crockery for many weddings and corporate caterers.

Melamine crockery is a thermoset plastic resin made from organic compounds. Its physical properties and appearance has made it a popular material for manufacturing hard wearing products across a number of industries.

 

Melamine Buffet Display

Melamine crockery is continuing to grow in popularity and is suitable for use in schools, hospitals, care homes, workplace canteens and relaxed restaurants. Melamine crockery has a host of benefits and features that make it a much better choice than porcelain or bone china for a variety of different establishments.

What are the advantages of melamine crockery?

There’s huge benefits to swapping traditional crockery for melamine alternatives, making it a smart swap for any commercial catering environment.

Hardwearing

One of the biggest benefits of melamine is that it is hardwearing. Thanks to the strength of the material, it can be dropped and will rarely break, giving it a distinct advantage over traditional crockery ranges. This remarkable property of melamine crockery makes it the perfect choice for any establishment where accidents might be expected to happen, such as pubs, care homes, schools and hospitals, or even mobile catering units.

Scratch Resistance

Not only resistant to breakages, melamine is scratch resistant too. This makes it perfect for use in busy catering environments where everyday contact with cutlery can quickly take its toll on more traditional crockery. And as it’s the scuffs and scratches plates and bowls pick up that are more likely to force restaurants to replace them – rather than actual breakages – this resistance to scratching gives melamine products a long working life. What does this mean for catering environments? A lower spend in the long run, reduced costs and the potential for extra profit.

However, although melamine is more scratch resistant than traditional crockery, this doesn’t mean it can be abused. Serrated knives can still damage it, and abrasive cleaning chemicals should still be avoided when cleaning it. Treat it right, however, and it’ll last for a remarkably long time.

Lightweight Design

The real miracle of melamine is that it balances this remarkable durability with a surprisingly lightweight design. The typical melamine plate is noticeably lighter than a porcelain equivalent, for instance, while being more durable. From a catering perspective, this is useful as it makes carrying several melamine plates at once much easier than balancing several (often heavy) porcelain ones. That’s good news for waiters and waitresses!

Heat Resistance

The fact that melamine remains cool to the touch, even when hot food is dished into it, makes it even more waiter-friendly. The burnt hands and potential plate drops that hot crockery can bring about are much less likely with melamine for this reason. It also means that melamine is safer for your customers, reducing the likelihood of burns at the table. This makes melamine an especially good choice when catering for younger diners.

Appearance

With all these added benefits over porcelain, you could be excused for thinking melamine might have a drawback somewhere – perhaps on the design front. But melamine crockery is often indistinguishable from true traditional crockery. The Kristallon melamine tableware collection looks just as good as traditional crockery, for example, while enjoying all the added benefits of melamine. This makes melamine ideal for adding a little extra durability to a crockery collection without sacrificing style.

Dishwasher Safe

There’s no denying that crockery being dishwasher safe is a huge benefit – whether you’re catering for small groups or hundreds of diners at a time. Melamine is dishwasher safe under normal conditions, making it likely to be as much of a hit with potwashes as it is with waiting staff.

When was melamine invented?

 

Melamine was first commonly used to produce crockery in the 1940’s, as it was an affordable way to produce synthetic crockery despite wartime hardships. Early trailblazing “Melmac” crockery was a bestseller in the 1940’s and 1950’s and melamine crockery has been trusted by industry professionals and domestic users ever since. Vintage melamine crockery is widely sought after and is prized for vintage picnics and stylish outdoor catering.

How is melamine made?

Each manufacturer produces melamine crockery in a slightly different way. That said, melamine crockery is made by combining melamine with setting agents and added compounds to produce melamine resin. This happens in two separate heated production processes.

What is melamine made of?

Melamine resin is a combination of melamine and preserving and setting agents which make sure that crockery is as strong and durable as possible. Fundamentally, melamine is made of carbon, hydrogen and nitrogen, though exact compositions vary between manufacturers.

Is melamine microwave safe?

 

Just as with many plastics, melamine should not be used to heat foods in the microwave or oven. Doing so can damage your melamine crockery, and could even contaminate the food you serve.

Instead, if heating food in the microwave, do so in a purpose-made microwavable container first. Then, once your food is ready to plate, transfer it to your melamine crockery. The in-built heat resistance of your melamine crockery will keep your hands (and those of your customers) safe from the heat of your freshly pinged food.

Use this method and keep your tableware, and the food your plate on it, safe.

 

Application

Melamine is kind of important organic chemical middle product. It condenses with formaldehyde to product the formaldehyde resin (melamine resin), and owns the advantages of unharmful, heat-resisting, anti-aging, high luster, good insulation and widely used in the fields of plastic processing and wood working is also the chemical of coating, papermaking, textile, paints and leather processing industry.

Packaging & Shipping

 

25kg/bag, 50kg/bag,500kg/bag, 1000kg/bag. Compound knitting bags and also can be parked according to clients' requirement.

 

FAQ

Q1:Can I have a sample order?

A:Yes,we welcome sample order to test quality and market.

Q2:What about the lead time?

A:Sample time needs 10 days,mass production time needs about 20days after sample confirmed.

Q3:How to deal with the faulty?

A:Our products are produced in strict quality control sustem,inspect each step of production.If any questions,please contact us and we will give you a Satisfactory answer.

Q4:Is it OK to print my logo on product?

A:Welcome.Please inform us formally before our production and design firstly based on our sample.

Q5:How can I get samples?

A:We can provide you our ready-made samples for free if you can pay for the freight cost.

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