Melamine Plywood

Birch plywood of the usual variety with a melamine film cover. Melamine resin, which starts out as an organic component, goes through polymerization throughout production to turn into a robust plastic substance. This implies that melamine is a chemical molecule having an organic basis and a trimer of cyanamide.

Melamine laminate has the extra capacity to withstand moisture and scratches in addition to being heat, fire, and stain resistant. This material is a popular choice for plywood, particleboard, and MDF applications since it is available in a variety of colors, widths, patterns, and thicknesses. Little bits of wood are effectively fused together to form melamine plywood, which is covered in a plasticized layer.