Melamine Resin (a.k.a. Melamine Formaldehyde Resins, MF) is a polymer made from condensation of the monomers melamine and formaldehyde. The polymer is hard, very durable and has a great heat and fire resistance. It is a great fire retardant due to the release of nitrogen gas when it is burned. Properties vary depending on the melamine to formaldehyde ratio. The most common melamine: formaldehyde ratios are 1:2 and 1:3.
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