Heavy metal content of wood flooring standards published in May 1st next year to implement – Sohu ne imjpmig

Determination of heavy metal content in wood flooring standard issued in May 1st next year the implementation of the Sohu news CCTV news client news October 14th, the National Standards Commission yesterday issued a "heavy metal content determination of wood floor" and other 315 national standards will be implemented next year. The national standard for the determination of heavy metal elements in the wood floor finishes provides a clear requirement for the heavy metal content in the wooden floor. The wood itself does not contain heavy metals, but after finishing, veneer, anticorrosion and flame retardant processing, may contain lead, cadmium, mercury, chromium, arsenic and other heavy metals. These heavy metals may from surface dissolution or with the shedding of surface materials eaten by children, cause harm to the body. In order to promote the healthy and rapid development of wood flooring industry, it is urgent to develop a standard for determining the content of heavy metals in wood floor finishes. "Wood floor finishes of lead, cadmium and chromium, mercury and heavy metal content determination of" national standards for heavy metal elements existing in solid wood flooring, parquet, laminate flooring, PVC flooring and other decorative floor finishes in total and soluble content of heavy metal elements are put forward requirements, to fill the gaps in the wooden floor physicochemical related products index of blank, to improve the existing wood floor quality, it has important significance to protect the safety of indoor air. This standard is expected to be formally implemented in May 1st next year. Original title: "the standard for the determination of heavy metal content in wood floors will be implemented in May 1st next year"相关的主题文章: