Crystal Melamine

The chemical formula of melamine is C3H6N6.  The German word melamine was coined by combining the words: melam (a derivative of ammonium thiocyanate) and amine. Melamine is an organic base chemical most commonly found in the form of white crystals rich in nitrogen. Melamine is combined with formaldehyde to produce melamine resin, a very durable thermosetting plastic used in Formica, melamine dinnerware, laminate flooring and dry erase boards. Melamine foam is used as insulation, soundproofing material and in polymeric cleaning products, such as Magic Eraser.

Applications of Crystal Melamine:

Crystal Melamine also known as melamine and is used in deferent industries such as concrete, paper, rubber and molding industries. It can be used to increase the adhesion properties in rubber industry. melamine is also used in the leather industry in order to produce durable and transparent leather. The paper industry is used to produce banknotes or paper money, which are waterproof and anti-wrinkle. Melamine is also used in the production of dining containers as Cellulose fibers of melamine. It is also used to make waterproof and anti-wrinkle fabrics in the textile industry. These fabrics also have fireproofed and washing properties.

Other usage of this solid white powder is the production of wood glue, Amini colors, fire extinguisher materials.

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