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BAKELITE INDUSTRIES

COMPRESSION MOULDING IN MANY COLOURS 0F:-

Bakelite/Phenolic Moulding Compound (PMC)
Urea Moulding Compound (UMC)
Melamine Moulding Compound (MMC)
Fibreglass Dough Moulding Compound (DMC)

FOR DOMESTIC & COMMERCIAL USE.

We can manufacture using your moulds, or we can assist you in tooling design
to take your concept from idea to reality. We pride ourselves on fast turnaround of quality,
Australian made products with the customer service you’d expect from a family business.

Compression moulding tooling consists of a die/mould machined from solid steel and heat treated
to withstand high pressure and temperature. Depending on product design, tooling is expected to
cost upwards of $10,000. After the initial investment in tooling,
manufacturing cost of products is commonly within $5-$10 per unit.

Using traditional methods and original machinery to reproduce bakelite products.
Original Melalite business moved to Red Hill, Brisbane, Australia in the year 2000


Relocated to Dayboro QLD in 2013.
bakeliteind@gmail.com
Australia PH 0403 990 121
International PH +61403 990 121
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Working alongside Victorian Living and Authentic Lighting and Hardware.


The "Melalite" trademark was started around the 1930's
in Violet St, Eagle Farm, Brisbane.
In the year 2000 we acquired the business with
original dies and machinery.

Products such as our "NORPLAS"101 Fuseholders
are still supplying street lights
and houses in Qld and the South Pacific, including New Guinea.

Bakelite shades have been a line since the 1930's.


Light shade galleries have been made in bakelite for decades
and Murray, who operates "Bakelite Industries" has been
experimenting and using traditional methods,
to come up with the colour range we have today.

Mervin, an employee of the original firm for many years
taught Murray and was our trouble shooter, helping us nut out
some awkward problems on our old but well engineered machinery.
Advice on methods and techniques of making bakelite have
been gratefully accepted from this generous man.

some of the products are :-

galleries, lampholders, bakelite lampholders & ceiling roses,
ornate & plain coolie lightshades, cord weights,

decotative bowls, sylvan acid proof farm pumps,
fluorescent light bullet ends, reel insulators,
deco switchplates & power points, cord pull knobs,
threaded ball knobs including"welding knobs",
other handles & knobs,
balls for the game "BOBS", Aladdin lamp caps, ashtrays,
- - etc etc.

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