Excessive decoration leads to formaldehyde exceedi

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The general public, including the news media, are wary of panel furniture, which, in popular words, is toxic. Where did the poison come from? It mainly refers to formaldehyde in wood-based panels. There is formaldehyde in all solids. What affects people's life is free formaldehyde, that is, the amount of formaldehyde released. Formaldehyde standards E1 and E2 were first formulated by Germany. On July 1st, 2002, China promulgated and implemented the "10 mandatory national standards for the limit of harmful substances in interior decoration materials", which are also German and European standards, E1 and E2. At present, the highest standard in China is E1

—& mdash; Dryer method: ≤ 1.5 mg/l

&mdash& mdash; Perforation extraction method: ≤ 9 mg/100 g Japanese later proposed E0, f ★★★★★, Americans proposed P2, formaldehyde content is lower (≤ 0.5 mg/l), but the cost is too high. And without adhesives and moisture-proof agents, the quality of the board itself, such as toughness and moisture resistance, is not good enough. Not all furniture can use this kind of board. Such as kitchen furniture. Even if it is used indoors, such as wardrobe, it will be damaged and swollen soon after use. Therefore, few factories in China produce E0 grade plates, and the vast majority only supply E1 and E2 grade plates. As long as the dosage is moderate, E1 grade is good. What is moderate dosage? In foreign countries, housing developers have installed kitchen cabinets, wardrobes, and cabinets in the bathroom, and even the floor, wood floor, and ceiling before delivery. Because in developed countries, owners are not allowed to build large-scale buildings when they move in, which are both cement, sand, wood and ceramic tiles. It seems that everyone in China is a designer and has to redecorate according to their own design. After a year and a half of chaos in the new house, the result is rustic, and everyone is different. I think this is personalization. In fact, it is fluidization. This is not the end. Now it has developed to customized furniture, or even whole house customization. Customized furniture is mainly panel furniture. Closet wall to wall, floor to ceiling. I asked some owners, why do you want to build such a large cabinet? The answer is basically the same: the room is small, and there are more cabinets to store things. The small house means that the three-dimensional space of the house is limited. Now the whole house is customized. Even if all E1 plates are used, the formaldehyde in the walls, ceilings, cabinets, furniture, floors, and even our clothes must be considerable when added together. The whole house customization is even engaged in wall panels, and various processing is also done on site. If there is a problem with the glue used &hellip& hellip; These problems add up, living in that originally small space, can you be comfortable? Large wall cabinet, 1.8-2 meters above the space, useful? If there are old people and children at home, the cabinets should not be higher than 1.6-1.8 meters. This kind of mentality of seeking big is widely pursued in Chinese society at present. To use a sentence often said by Singaporeans: it's fear of losing. The decoration and furniture of the home should be enough, not like a Christmas tree, full of things, which is not only tacky, but also has a superposition effect, locking yourself in formaldehyde





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