Definitions for "Phenolic resin"
Thermosetting synthetic resin produced by the condensation of phenol with an aldehyde (particularly of with formaldehyde). Provides very good heat and water resistance.
Phenol-based resin used as an adhesive and in paints.
Phenolics are in the same family of polyester, vinyl ester and epoxy resins. Phenolics are composed of phenol and formaldehyde. They are the best organic material when it comes to safety in the event of fire. They are as strong as Iso-Polyester or Vinyl Ester Resin Grating but with lower smoke and flame levels
Keywords:  paxolin, linen, dense, stiff, cotton
A stiff and dense plastic, usually combined with layers of paper (paxolin), or a linen such as cotton