Melamine is an organic compound that is often combined with formaldehyde to produce melamine resin, a synthetic polymer that is fire resistant and heat tolerant. The resin is a versatile material that has a highly stable structure. Its uses include whiteboards, floor tiles, kitchenware, fire retardant fabrics and commercial filters. Melamine can be easily molded while warm but will set into a fixed form, which makes it suitable for certain industrial applications. This compound is considered safe for its normal uses, but food products that are contaminated with it can be unsafe for consumption.
Melamine also plays a role in a wide range of flame-resistant materials. These include textiles that are used in upholstery and the uniforms worn by firemen. Thermal liners and heat-resistant gloves and aprons also are made using melamine.
Melamine became a subject of health concerns in the early 21st century, when it was determined to be the cause of death for some children and many pets. It was discovered that milk producers in China had added this compound to milk products in order to raise their nitrogen content, thereby raising their protein levels according to the simple testing procedures that are commonly used. These adulterated milk products were used in other products, such as pet food, infant formula and yogurt, that was sold to consumers in China and other countries. The melamine content of these products, however, was greater than what had been considered to be safe levels. China then took steps intended to eliminate the addition of melamine to milk products.
Melamine Available Color
These are the colors available in our catalog. Please be advised that you have to choose 1 primary color and 2 as back up color in case your first option is out of stock or the supplier has discontinued the color.
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Acrylic Door Panel
Acrylic is a part of trend of design for kitchen cabinet. It has shining effect, that makes our customers’ kitchen area looks wider. And, there are many choices of colors our customers can choose from to match the color scheme of their house.
The term “acrylic” is used for products that contain a substance derived from acrylic acid or a related compound. Most often, it is used to describe a clear, glass-like plastic known as poly(methyl) methacrylate (PMMA). PMMA, also called acrylic glass, has properties that make it a better choice for many products that might otherwise be made of glass. There are two basic types: extruded and cast.
Extruded acrylic is made through a process in which the liquid plastic is pushed through rollers, which press it into sheets as it cools. This is a comparatively inexpensive process, but the resulting sheets are softer than cast acrylic, can scratch easier, and may contain impurities. Extruded acrylic is still generally considered to be good quality, and is usually the more common type made available on the market.
Cell cast acrylic tends of be of higher quality than extruded, but it’s also more expensive. In cell casting, single sheets are made by pressing the liquid plastic between pieces of a mold, often made of glass, which is then taken through a gradual heating process. The resulting sheet is stronger than extruded acrylic. This type is often used for aquariums, awards, and other products that require shaping or machining of the final product.
Advantages of Acrylic
Acrylic glass is also very clear, allowing 92% of visible light to pass through it. Very thick glass will have a green tint, while acrylic remains clear. It also weathers well, keeping its clarity over the years without turning yellow or breaking down when exposed to sunlight over a long period of time.
Another advantage of acrylic is that it is only half as heavy as glass. This makes this material easier to work with, and makes it a better choice for projects where weight is an issue. It can also be sawed, whereas glass must be scored.
3G Glass Door
3G glass door actually is a spray glass which supported with a board at its back so that this type of door become more tough and heavy. Shining effect of glass door is much better compared to acrylic door as it’s made with glass. Our customers love it deeply as it makes their kitchen looks wider and nicer. There are many choices of color available to choose from, another one benefit you choosing 3g glass door for your kitchen cabinet is you will get recess handle along without paying any add on on that.
Advantages of 3G Glass Door
3G Glass Door is a product which is very easy to take care, as it won’t be scratched easily when you do cleaning at your kitchen. You can just using any type of cloth to wipe it.
Kitchen Design with 3G Glass Door
3G Glass Door is a part of contemporary design for kitchen cabinet, as there are many choices of colors available to choose from and easy to match to color of your wall.
Postforming Kitchen Top
MIECO Worktop is what we called as postform top, the preferred designers’ choice of HPL worktop, has been researched and developed to closely resemble the beauty of nature and yet durable in its performance, including the very demanding features such as high-impact strength, shock resistance, abrasion and heat resistance.
To enhance a natural living habitat, MIECO Worktop incorporates various natural elements depicted by its design of stones and wood species.
The latest R3 profile that is crafted ingeniously with a post-form radius of 3mm, it resembles a straight-edge worktop with a contour which is natural, rendering a sophisticated demeanour that is set to be a favourite for home-owners. Nonetheless, the other elements such as the conventional R10 profile with 10mm radius, and the trendy straight-edge element with a 3D Acrylic edge-band, offers home-builders and interior architectural designers much more choices and possibilities.
With these unique profiles designed in chic and elegance, MIECO Worktop befits the contemporary lifestyle of the new age.
Solid surface is a man-made material usually composed of marble dust, bauxite, acrylic or polyester resins and pigments. It is most frequently used for seamless countertop installations. Solid surface is a non-porous low-maintenance countertop surface. It can mimic the appearance of stone, wood and other naturally occurring materials, and can be joined invisibly by a trained craftsman. Typically manufactured in sheet form for fabrication into finished countertops, solid surface can also be cast into a variety of shapes, including sinks, shower pans and bathtubs. Sheet goods can also be heated and bent into three-dimensional shapes using a process called thermoforming, which adds to the versatility of the product. Color and design flexibility are key factors when choosing engineered composites over natural stone.
In a residential setting, solid surface can be used as kitchen countertops, bathroom vanity tops, and shower and tub surrounds. Countertop fabricators typically join solid surface sheets into desired shapes using a two-part adhesive, after which the cured joint is machined flat. The same method is used to create extra thick edges, which can be machined using tools and techniques similar to those used to work hardwoods.
Choices of Colors
Solid surface is available in hundreds of colors and visual textures, ranging from solid colors to marbleized, granite effect or wood grain. Cultured marble, cultured granite, and cultured onyx describe solid surfaces colored to resemble natural stone. Dozens of multinational companies manufacture solid surface sheet goods and sinks for the world market; and hundreds of smaller, regional manufacturers produce for local markets.
Advantages of Solid Surface
With solid surface, there will be no interface of traces no matter our customers' having U-shaped kitchen or L-shaped kitchen. And yet, solid surface is available from normal quality(local made) to high quality(which is imported). Depends on budget of home owners.
Granite is an example of an igneous rock, meaning rock that forms when molten rock, or magma, cools near the surface of the earth. More specifically, granite is referred to as an intrusive igneous rock. The term intrusive refers to the fact that rocks that have cooled into solid form within or under the crust of the earth, as opposed to magma which was pushed to the surface or exploded into the atmosphere by volcanic activity, known as extrusive igneous rock. Intrusive igneous rock is also sometimes referred to as plutonic rock, in a reference to Pluto, god of the underworld. Because intrusive igneous rock cools at a slower rate beneath the earth’s surface than extrusive rocks, crystallization occurs more fully, creating the large crystals that give granite its characteristic mottled appearance.
Components in Granite
A variety of intrusive igneous rocks containing these elements are generally referred to as “granitite” and may sometimes be used interchangeably with true granite. Granite, however, is specifically defined by the proportions in which its various elements occur.
Characteristics and Uses
Granite’s naturally enduring qualities have lead to its association with strength and permanence, which may be why it is a popular choice for gravestones and memorial markers. It’s other characteristics, including a wide range of colors and patterns formed by its varying mineral crystals, have lead to its popularity both as a constructive material, as in paving stones, and in polished slabs used for facing stones and counter tops.
Advantages of Granite
Granite is a good choice for putting on kitchen cabinet or on washing area in bathroom. Granite is also available to be your sink. Many of our customers chose granite as their sink because it is more grandly look and a part of contemporary design in your house.
Quartz Stone Surface
Quartz surfaces are ideal for virtually any interior surface for countertops, bathroom vanities and stairs, to wall paneling and interior furniture. Quartz offers one of the industry’s widest range of colors and structures and meticulously meets the demands of even the most exacting residential and commercial clients. Many of our customers choose quartz stone because it meets the standard of appearance of the cabinet table top.
How does Quartz Surface work?
Quartz surface products are manufactured from up to 93% quartz (one of nature’s hardest minerals) and high-quality polymer resins and pigments that are compacted under intense vibration, vacuum, and pressure into dense, non-porous slabs. Quartz slabs are then post cured, gauged to precise thicknesses, and polished to an enduring shine. This results in surfaces that retain the cool, tactile qualities of natural stone while offering design freedom with almost unlimited application possibilities.
Although long used for the finest residential countertops, Quartz also offers an attractive and versatile finish for commercial and institutional buildings. Quartz surfacing is tough enough for wear and tear on virtually any interior surface, and attractive enough for any design inspiration.
Advantages of Quartz Stone Surface
Quartz Stone is the perfect choice for kitchen as it’s really hard enough and it has shining effect for some design. Some customer might think whether they should build a concrete table for their kitchen as concrete table is last longer. But, Quartz Stone is now able to replace the advantages of concrete table.
We have promotion price on Quartz Stone when you have kitchen cabinet deal with us. Contact us for further inquiry.