Metal furniture is mainly made of metal pipes, plates and other profiles, and is a large category of furniture. Due to the different objects, environments and aesthetics, metal furniture has a variety of design schemes and product appearances. According to different users, metal furniture can be divided into: leisure furniture, office furniture; according to categories: cabinets, tables, chairs, beds. Metal furniture products must meet the GB/T 3325-2017 "General Technical Conditions for Metal Furniture" standard.
When purchasing metal furniture, it is necessary to focus on product safety, that is, the structural safety of the product and the hazardous substances must meet the standard requirements.
First, the safety and environmental protection of metal furniture. Harmful substances in metal furniture are an important factor affecting its safety. Metal furniture uses inferior Metal-based panels and other materials. Various volatile substances such as formaldehyde and benzene may exceed the standard. These harmful substances will gradually invade people's bodies and then affect their health.
Second, the safety of metal furniture structure. If there are burrs, cutting edges and edges and corners in the parts of metal furniture that are in contact with the human body or the stored items; there are no anti-falling devices for push-pull components such as drawers, keyboards, and pull baskets, or the folding products should have the expected self-folding phenomenon, etc., during the use process. , may cause accidental injury to human body, especially may cause disability to children.
3. Reasonable workmanship and design. If the workmanship design of metal furniture is unreasonable, everyone will be bumped, scratched or scratched accidentally during use. Therefore, when purchasing metal furniture, it is necessary to check whether the workmanship design of the metal furniture is exquisite and reasonable, for example, whether the corners are treated with arcs; whether the appearance has undergone lathe, sanding, grinding and other processes, and whether it is smooth and free of burrs; table legs and Whether the chair legs are non-slip, etc.
Fourth, when purchasing, check whether the furniture has product instruction manuals or product labels, signs, etc.; whether there are instructions on the limit of toxic and harmful substances. Furniture with a strong pungent odor should be purchased with caution.
Ask the seller to check the inspection report that can represent this batch of products, and check whether the formaldehyde emission, structural safety and other items of the products in the inspection report meet the requirements. When there is doubt about the quality of the purchased furniture, the product should be sent to a qualified inspection agency for inspection.