Today, most composite wood materials are produced using formaldehyde-based adhesives,
such as urea-formaldehyde (UF) and phenol formaldehyde (PF) resins.
However, they come from non-renewable resources and may pose a potential health hazard
due to the formaldehyde emissions associated with their production.
To address these concerns, the hardwood plywood industry has begun using an alternative adhesive blend using polyamide to modify this thermosetting adhesive as a safer, environmentally friendly and renewable protein-based option.
Thanks to its innovative vision, Mare provides the widest range of modified polyamides, which are considered the most effective and cleanest option on the market today.