|Place of Origin:||China|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1 Ton|
|Packaging Details:||25KGS PP woven bag with inner waterproof PE film.|
|Delivery Time:||15 days|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, Western Union, L/C, MoneyGram|
|Supply Ability:||6000 Metric Ton/Metric Tons per Month|
|Material:||Melamine-formaldehyde Resin||Color:||White, Can Be Customized|
|Usage:||For Making Tableware||MOQ:||20 Ton|
|Factory:||Jiangxi Province||Weight::||25kg,50kg,500kg/bags Or Accept Custom|
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white color high purity melamine resin powder food grade melamine formaldehyde moulding powder for Kitchenware
Melamine-formaldehyde resin (melamine-formaldehyde resin), a polymer obtained by the reaction of melamine and formaldehyde. Also known as melamine formaldehyde resin, melamine resin. A cross-linking reaction occurs during processing and the product is an infusible thermosetting resin. The cured melamine formaldehyde resin is colorless and transparent, stable in boiling water, and can even be used at 150 ° C. It has self-extinguishing properties, arc resistance and good mechanical properties. Melamine resin is short.
Dosage: metered and used according to user formula
Melamine resin with inorganic filler is made into molded products with rich colors. Most of them are used for decorative boards, tableware and daily necessities. The appearance of the tableware resembles porcelain or ivory, it is not easy to crack and suitable for mechanical washing. Mixing melamine resin with urea-formaldehyde resin can be formulated into adhesives for making laminated materials. Butanol-modified melamine resins can be used as coatings and thermosetting paints.
Features of Melamine Formaldehyde Resin Adhesive:
Has large chemical activity, high bonding strength, high water resistance, can withstand more than three hours of boiling water, high thermal stability, strong low-temperature curing ability, good abrasion resistance, fast curing, no curing agent required
The melamine finished product has better hardness and abrasion resistance than the urea-formaldehyde finished product. It has good resistance to chemicals and electrical insulation properties. However, the adhesive layer is easy to crack after curing, and it is not suitable to use modified melamine resin adhesive alone.
Short shelf life, easy to deteriorate, and powdered to extend shelf life. Modified melamine resins are more expensive and are used in the manufacture of plastic veneers for furniture, vehicle construction, etc.
|Appreance||White powder||White powder|
|Moisture % ≤||0.1||0.05|
|Ash content % ≤||0.03||0.02|
|Solubility in formaldehyde||Dissolved in 10 minutes|
|Kaolin turbidity degree ≤||20||10|
|Color (Pt-Co) degree ≤||20||10|
|Melting point ℃||354|
There’s huge benefits to swapping traditional crockery for melamine alternatives, making it a smart swap for any commercial catering environment.
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.
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.
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!
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
1. Every production process has a special person to test to ensure quality.
2. Have professional engineers to check the quality.
3. All products have passed CE, FCC, ROHS and other certifications.