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Bengal is a company of Bengal Group of Industries, which started back in 1969. Today Bengal plastic, is the largest plastic industry in Bangladesh processing more than 3,000 metric ton raw materials per month.Our Quality Control (QC) lab tests a wide range of incoming raw materials and components to meet our customer’s quality requirements. To exceed the ever changing taste of our global customers, we have developed modern tool room with latest technology & highly skilled technician to ensure consistent product quality in the production process.To support the logistics, we have build more than 100,000 SFT (9,291 square meter) of warehousing area to deliver the products efficiently. All of our efforts are dedicated to make our customers’ life better, easier, & happier.We are dedicated to pouring sustainability efforts through packaging innovation and engineering advancements. Utilizing state-of-the-art refinement and disinfection technologies to produce nothing but the safest, most lucrative designed products. Bengal Plastics is the most vertically integrated plastics company in the industry allows us to improve quality, reduce environmental impact and pass along cost savings to our customers. Our customers choose our products based on high quality, affordable prices and exceptional service.
Bengal plastics produce products with the fastest, most automated and technologically advanced production lines in the Bangladesh. Efficiency savings gained with high-speed manufacturing and automation is another important factor that allows our customers to offer the best value.
Our Company Mission
To exceed the ever changing taste of our customers, We are dedicated to pouring sustainability efforts through packaging innovation and engineering advancements. Utilizing state-of-the-art refinement and disinfection technologies to produce nothing but most lucrative designed products. Bengal Melamine is the most vertically integrated Melamine company in the industry allows us to improve quality, reduce environmental impact and pass along cost savings to our customers. Our customers should choose our products based on high quality, affordable prices and exceptional service.
Our Company Vission
To be the best leading company in our industry and to deliver total quality goods and services to all of our Customers. To produce products with the fastest, most automated and technologically advanced production lines in the Bangladesh.
most frequently asked questions (FAQ)
Melamine is an organic compound that is rich in nitrogen. When combined with formaldehyde it produces melamine-resin. Melamine-resin is widely used in several textiles, plastics, adhesives, flame-resistant products, and some cleaning agents.
The first melamine scare dates back to 1987 when contamination occurred in several beverages such as coffee, orange juice, lemon juice and fermented milk. This contamination was caused by leaching of melamine from melamine-resin cups. In 2004 and again in 2007 melamine contamination in rice and wheat gluten made thousands of animals sick, sometimes resulting in death.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has set tolerable daily intakes (TDI) for melamine for infant and noninfant food stuffs. The TDI for noninfant food is 0.63mg of melamine per kg of body weight per day (0.63mg/kg bw/d). This equates to about 2.5 part per million (ppm) or μg/g in a given food commodity. For infant formula the FDA has set the TDI at 0.063mg/kg bw/d. This is a 10-fold safety factor to account for the fact that the majority of infants total caloric intake is from infant formula. This TDI equates to about 1ppm or 1μg/g in a given food commodity. The World Health Organization (WHO) has set their TDI for all food at 0.2mg/kg bw/d. Although none of these TDIs are reported as “safe” these are the amounts that have been determined, based on rat studies, that should yield no increased human health risk.
The solubility of melamine alone is 3.1g/L in water. However, when the combination of melamine and cyanuric acid form the crystal structure melamine cyanurate, the solubility significantly decreases to 0.01g/L in water, due to the strong hydrogen bonding that takes place in the melamine cyanurate crystals.
The derivatization reagent BSTFA is a trimethylsilyl donor that reacts with a wide range of polar compounds to replace noncarbon bonded hydrogens with a –Si(CH3)3 group. Therefore, if any water is present, it will compete for the derivatization reagent and may result in the incomplete derivatization of the analytes of interest.