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Melamine Crystal

CPP’s Melamine Crystal is converted from raw material urea and consists carbon, hydrogen and nitrogen. It has become an essential raw material in the global production of synthetic resins. As a global market leaders in melamine production, we produce around 12,000 tonnes of melamine per year, which 80% of our whole production is destined for the wood-based panel industry. Its uses include whiteboards, floor tiles, kitchenware, fire retardant fabrics and commercial filters. This compound is considered safe for its normal uses, but food products that are contaminated with it can be unsafe for consumption.

CPP’s Melamine Crystal is available for shipping throughout all the continents. Melamine is available in Packing: 25 kg bags & Payload in 20’ container: 22 MT

Mostly Melamine is combined with formaldehyde to produce melamine resin which is a versatile material with a highly stable structure. Its uses include whiteboards, floor tiles, kitchenware, fire retardant fabrics and commercial filters.

Foam products also can be made of melamine. The foam has a distinctive structure composed of stacked bubble shapes that are extremely hard and can easily clean a wide variety of substances. Melamine foam is marketed under a variety of commercial names, including several sponge-like products that are known for removing scuffs and dirt from a wide range of surfaces.

Melamine plays a role in a wide range of flame-resistant materials. These include textiles that are used in upholstery and the uniforms worn by firefighters.

Some filters are made out of melamine. The material is porous and will allow substances to pass through, but can be used to filter out particles of a particular size. These filters are capable of handling a high-capacity, can be used in hot environments, and are extremely efficient.

Melamine also enters the fabrication of melamine poly-sulfonate used as a superplasticizer for making high-resistance concrete. It results in concrete with a lower porosity and a higher mechanical strength, exhibiting an improved resistance to aggressive environments and a longer lifetime.

Melamine and its salts are used as fire-retardant additives in paints, plastics, and paper.

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