PF Resin is produced both as a Liquid Resols and as a Powder Novolac.
Liquid resols are widely used in most of the segments. The resoles contains reactive groups and are self curing. The resols have limited shelf life and are sensitive to higher tempertures because of the reactive groups.
Powder novolacs contains no reactive groups so it require external cross linking agents, typically hexamethylentetramine (hexamine).
All applications benefiting from the hardness, and heat and chemical resistance properties afforded phenolic resins include abrasive grinding wheels, friction linings, refractory products, and other molded parts used in high temperature or aggressive environments.
Polymerisation of urea and formaldehyde. This resin is commonly used as a glue in particle boards, coated abrasives and glue for various purposes.
MF Resin is produced both as Liquid and Powder.
MF Resin is a polymerisation of melamine and formaldehyde.
This resin is widely used for paper impregnation in decorative laminates or textiles. The MF resin provides transparency, high temperature and scratch resistance.