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Crystal Melamine


Crystal Melamine

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.

      • Nitrogen constitutes approximately 66% of this highly durable material.
      • In contact with fire, it is extremely heat resistant and has a late ignition time.


Melamine is one of the most durable cabinet materials on the market today, noted for its strong resistance to excessive moisture, heat, and stains.

Fire-Retardant Additives

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


Basofil fibres have low thermal conductivity, excellent flame resistance and self-extinguishing. This makes it useful for flame-resistant protective clothing.

International Standard Specifications Accepted

Test Procedure: Manual

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Crystal Melamine:

  • pH: >7.5-9.5.
  • Purity(%w/w): >99.8.
  • Humidity(%w/w): <0.1.
  • Colour(Hazen Pt-Co): <20.
  • Turbidity(NTU): <20.
  • Size(below 80 mesh): 80%.
  • Solubility inH20: 20C Clear.
  • Ash Content(%w/w): <0.03.


  • Store in a cool, ventilated warehouse.
  • Keep away from fire and heat sources.
  • The storage area should be equipped with suitable materials to contain the leakage.
  •  It should be stored separately from oxidants and acids, and avoid mixed storage.

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