The production of educational furniture is a knowledge-based and high-tech process, accessible only to a specialized enterprise, and not to any furniture factory, and even less a small workshop. Reliability, durability, safety, modern design – these qualities are achieved only using modern technologies and technological equipment of the class “professional “That meets the best international standards.
It is also necessary to minimize the number of intermediaries in the producer-consumer chain.
To date, the main regulatory document governing the requirements for educational furniture is the revised and updated – GOST 22046-02 “Furniture for educational institutions. Technical Conditions ”, effective July 1, 2003.
In addition, the types, functional dimensions and requirements for educational furniture are defined in the following GOSTs: GOST 5994 – 93 School desks. Continue reading
An effective design decision is the last thing that should worry parents concerned about the problem of creating a children’s “work room”. The main criterion for choosing all the details of this important part of the interior should be their safety for health. The main part of the advice on this subject is familiar to everyone else by the stands in the children’s clinic, but in recent years something new has been added to them …
New Generation Desk
There are several unshakable rules that must be observed for any table designed for work: the depth of the working surface is at least 60-80 cm, the width is at least 120-160 cm, for free placement of the legs at least 50 cm wide and not less than 45 cm in depth. Well, and the height of the countertop depends entirely on the height of the child: Continue reading