Environmental grade standards for custom furniture
At present, there are two kinds of environmental protection grade standards, one is the E level standard, that is, European standard and national standard; The second is the F-grade standard, a measure from Japan.
How should hospital furniture distinguish environmental protection sex again
We should first look at the material used in hospital furniture. If solid wood is used as the base material, the relative pollution of solid wood furniture for indoor is very small, so it can be assured to buy.But if it is to use wood-based board as the base material, it is necessary to see the environmental protection mark that the country holds on furniture first, have this mark, also can be at ease to buy.
In addition to the environmental protection signs of hospital furniture, but also need to experience, open the drawer or cabinet door, available nose smell whether there is a stimulating smell, the irritating smell is produced by formaldehyde exceed the standard, strong smell will make people have tears phenomenon, such medical furniture do not purchase. If pass a country to examine really, some breath is paint, adhesive wait inevitable incidental, that such product also can buy.
We should not only pay attention to the price of hospital furniture, but also pay more attention to the technology and material of its products. See medical furniture to have sealing edge processing first, touch whether sealing edge level off, close. Because of the tight sealing edge will be closed formaldehyde in the plate, will not pollute the indoor air; The water content of furniture should not be too high. Furniture with too high water content not only has quality problems, but also increases the release rate of formaldehyde.
Medical treatment area had better choose and buy some of greenery, can have environmental protection effect not only so, still can have beautiful effect. For example: chlorophytum can absorb 95% carbon monoxide and 85% formaldehyde in the air; Argyrostar can absorb 80% benzene and 50% trichloroethylene in the air; Magnolia can absorb carbon dioxide and chlorine gas; Whelan effectively absorbs fluorine and sulfur dioxide from the air.