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Particleboard and Fiberboard

Momentive offers an extensive portfolio of technologies so particleboard and MDF manufacturers can tailor solutions with the specific performance characteristics they need in their end use products, at the appropriate cost.

 

For interior applications, we offer urea formaldehyde (UF), melamine-urea formaldehyde (MUF) and hybrid melamine-urea-phenol formaldehyde (MUPF) resins. For LEED-compliant requirements, we manufacture phenol formaldehyde (PF) resins.

Applications 

Options 

Interior Panels for:

  • Furniture
  • Cabinetry
  • Countertops
  • Laminated flooring
  • Molding/millwork
  • Store fixtures/fittings

Amino Resins

  • UF resins
  • Low MUF resins
  • MUF resins 

Alternative Resin Systems

  • Scavenger resins
  • Co-reactant technology
  • Other EcoBind™ products

LEED-compliant Products

Phenolic Resins

  • Tailor-made formulations for customers' specific tack and speed requirements

 

Formaldehyde emissions from wood products is one of the hot topics in the industry today and an increasing concern among manufacturers, specifiers, regulatory agencies and consumers. To assist board producers in meeting the most stringent “green” construction and formaldehyde emission standards, Momentive offers a range of EcoBind resin technologies.

 

Wax emulsions and additives are also available to optimize the quality, performance and cost-effectiveness of our resins – and your end products.

 

The Technical Experts

Regardless of which Momentive solution you choose, we back it with unparalleled technical service. We’re expert not only in our products but also in how to modify and improve them for each of the production processes used by our customers.

Contacts

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