Custom Molding Division

Key Benefits

Thermosets, Thermoplastics, Insert Molding, Drilling, Tapping,

Assembly, and other secondary operations.

Press capacity ranges from 50 to 500 tons.

Compression, Transfer and Injection molding processes.

Material and process innovators since 1939.

Parts for electrical, automotive, appliance, power tool, and other applications.


Phenolic Materials Division




Phenolic Molding Compound manufactured by Resinoid Engineering

Key Benefits

Resinoid has been a leader in the development of specialty Phenolic Material Compounds since 1939 manufactured by the Material Division

Our Engineering Grade phenolic compounds are used in a broad scope of thermoset applications:

Electrical components
Under-the-hood automotive components
Diamond grinding units
Oil drilling assemblies

Specialty applications requiring high thermal, dielectric, chemical resistance, and mechanical properties. Compounds are available made with a variety of resin systems and reinforcements such as glass fiber, cellulose fiber, and fabric.

Chopped Glass Reinforced Compounds: 1322 1328 1345 1360HR 1365 1371 1382
Milled Glass reinforced compounds: 1505 1528 1550
Chopped Fabric reinforced compounds: 2002-C5 2002-4A 2016 2020 2089 2277
Organic Fiber reinforced compounds: 2005 2016P 2101 2215
Military Specs: ASTM 5948 - Military Specs

Statement on Resinoid Engineering Corporation's compliance with European Union Directives 2002/95/EC (RoHS) and 2003/11/EC.

All phenolic molding compounds manufactured by Resinoid Engineering Corporation meet full compliance with European Union Directive 2002/95/EC (RoHS). Resinoid does not use lead, mercury, hexavalent chromium, cadmium, polybrominated biphenyls (PBB) or polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDE) in our raw material stream. Resinoid also does not use any decabromodiphenyl ether (Deca-BDE) in any of our molding compounds. Additionally, Resinoid does not use derivatives or precursors of such substances in all of our phenolic molding compounds nor do we see it necessary to ever introduce such materials into our compounds in the future.

If you have any further questions or need clarification, please contact our Materials Division in Skokie, IL USA at (847) 673-1050.