LRBG Chemicals USA MF 812

LRBG Chemicals USA MF 812 is a spray-dried melamine resin powder designed as a binder for granulated wood and wood flour to produce high-flow molding composites. This resin is light-colored, and it demonstrates excellent resistance to color change upon UV exposure.

Polymer Name: Melamine Formaldehyde (MF)

Processing Methods: Compression Molding

End Uses: Furniture

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Identification & Functionality

Composite Materials Functions

Features & Benefits

Applications & Uses

Composites End Use
Composites Processing Methods


Physical Form
White free flowing powder
Typical Properties
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
Particle Size (Retained on 200 Mesh)max. 10%BTM-610D
Water Titer (at 25°C, 50% solids)8.5 - 12.5mlTM-633
pH (at 25°C, 50% solids)8.8 - 9.5TM-600

Packaging & Availability

Packaging Type
Standard Packaging

Typical packaging for the MF812 is a 50-pound three-layer kraft paper, poly-liner bag or bulk totes of 500 or 2,0000 pounds.

Storage & Handling

Storage Conditions

MF812 is a stable material which is not inclined to change provided it is stored in sealed bags, in a cool, dry area. Avoid direct contact with concrete floors or walls. Optimum storage conditions are below 75° F. and 60% relative humidity. MF812 is versatile melamine formaldehyde resin that is typically used for dry blend compression molding of school furniture. Following are some brief handling instructions for dry powder.