A Brief Introduction to Plywood Melamine Board

Melamine board, the full name is melamine-impregnated plastic film paper veneer.

Melamine board is created by taking a sheet of particle board or MDF and applying a melamine resin-impregnated paper to its surfaces under high heat and pressure. The melamine resin, which contains melamine formaldehyde, bonds with the board, resulting in a durable and smooth finish.

Soak papers of different colors or textures in melamine resin adhesive, and after drying to a certain extent, spread them on the surface of particleboard, moisture-proof board, medium-density fiberboard, plywood, blockboard, multi-layer board or other hard fiberboard, heat Pressed, and laminate was born.

What is the difference between melamine board and composite board?

Melamine is laminate, but not all laminate is melamine. When melamine laminates are manufactured, they are made by molding a melamine/formaldehyde combination into a durable plastic sheet. It has a smooth, shiny finish and a high compressive strength.

Composite board, on the other hand, is a panel made from wood fibers, resin and other additives. It can have a variety of surface textures and is often used for construction and interior finishing. Melamine board is usually used for decorative applications, while composite board is more commonly used for structural.

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