Flying Dolphin is Manufacturer of Melamine Tableware and Hotelware Products and is also an importer of various Glassware, Serve ware Products
Examples of Some of the Items Marketed by Flying Dolphin
- Serving bowls
- Serving Trays
- Serving platters
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Black Glassware By Flying Dolphin
Black and Wooden Collection By Flying Dolphin
Dolphin Art of Serving platters
Dolphin Earthen Round Range
Dolphin The Marble Collection
Dolphin the Italian Collection
Dolphin Double Wall Thermo Glasses
Dolphin the New porcelain Look Melamine
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Are there different types of melamine?
The low-quality melamine will not last as long as most laminate surfacing. However, the thicker textured thermal-fused Melamine has the same kind of life expectancy of high-pressure Laminate. Textured Melamine opens up a lot of great options for your cabinets by giving a three-dimensional texture to your doors
Which is better melamine or laminate?
Laminate is more durable than melamine and more resistant to heat and chemicals. Melamine is produced with a pressure of just 300-500psi while to make a laminate a pressure of 1400psi is required
Is melamine a type of wood?
Melamine is a manufactured wood. It is similar to particle board, but melamine is exceptionally stronger and made using a different process. The improvements in the overall construction of melamine have advanced the product’s use and popularity in the market.
Is MDF a melamine?
Initially an organic compound, melamine resin is formed through polymerization as a hard and durable plastic material. It possesses high heat and fire resistance attributes and is commonly applied to particleboard, plywood or MDF
Can melamine be waterproof?
Wide Selection – Melamine is produced in an incredibly wide variety of finishes and colors. Great Durability – Melamine is waterproof, shatter and scratch resistant. Easy On Budget – Melamine covers less expensive wood products like MDF or plywood