Solid wood furniture is a trend of the new era, but today it’s not just a fashion statement for everything natural, biologically pure. This is a new lifestyle. Following the Europeans, who prefer to live surrounded by natural rather than synthetic materials, we also begin to pay more attention to the ecology of their home.
Let’s open the “secret.” The main drawback of chipboard furniture is that it is “phonite”, that is, it emits volatile toxic substances, which in a closed room (room) easily takes on concentrated forms. In the language of ecologists, this is called exceeding the maximum permissible concentrations of pollutants.
Why is chipboard furniture phonite? Continue reading
Whatever the matter is – interior design or various materials for making furniture – the fashion for this, however, like everything else, changes over time. But wooden furniture is not subject to either time or fashion whims.
What is the reason for this? Of course, the reason for people’s loyal love for wood lies in its aesthetic appeal and flexibility in processing, which made it possible to use wood as a material for creating various kinds of furniture products. At the same time, being a material of natural origin, wood contributes to creating a pleasant atmosphere and good mood, perfectly fitting into the most diverse interiors. Continue reading
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