Melamine impregnated adhesive film paper, also known as "melamine" paper, is a kind of plain color base paper or printing decorative paper that is impregnated with amino resins (melamine formaldehyde resin and urea formaldehyde resin) and dried to a certain degree, and has a certain resin content and volatile content. After hot pressing, it can be bonded to each other or to wood-based panel substrate.
A. Dipping amount: The content of solid resin in decorative adhesive film paper, expressed as a percentage (%).
B. Volatile Content: The content of volatile matter (mostly water and other small molecules) in decorative adhesive film paper, expressed as a percentage (%).
C. Pre curing degree: The degree of curing of the resin in the decorative adhesive film paper, expressed as a percentage (%).
Glue preparation → Glue preparation (adding curing agent, release agent, penetrant, dust remover, etc.) → First impregnation (mixing of melamine formaldehyde resin and urea formaldehyde resin) → First drying → Second impregnation (melamine formaldehyde resin, wear resistant layer) → Second drying → Cooling and cutting.