Urea Formaldehyde Resins (a.k.a. UF) is a thermosetting synthetic amino resin, with different characteristics depending on its composition. The urea:formaldehyde ratio is an important parameter: near unit values, the resulting resin doesn’t have any adhesive properties. If this ratio is reduced in the course of the formation reaction, the resulting resin will possess highly adhesive properties. Urea-formaldehyde makes up 80% of all amino resins produced worldwide.
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