Bamboo products health and environmental protection four elements, you know?
30 July 04

Bamboo is one of the most important materials for interior decoration and home decoration. Whether it is a living furniture or office furniture, this kind of bamboo furniture will become the mainstream market for furniture in the future. The development and utilization of bamboo furniture and furniture make a vast market, basically based on bamboo materials. Low-carbon, environmentally friendly, natural properties. Bamboo furniture, health and environmental protection four factors.


1, bamboo itself is a natural, non-toxic harmless. In the production of bamboo products, it is necessary to use adhesives with a certain amount of formaldehyde. However, due to the relatively small amount of glue used, the existing production and processing technology can completely ensure that the volatilization of formaldehyde can be controlled within the range that does not affect any biological health.

2. The development and use of bamboo furniture will definitely improve the enthusiasm of bamboo growers, love bamboos and nursery bamboos, further promote the artificial cultivation of bamboo forests, promote the expansion of bamboo forest area and increase the production of bamboo, benefit the human beings, and maintain the soil and water, regulate the climate To maintain a healthy cycle of natural ecology.

3. The raw materials of bamboo furniture products are all natural and can be degraded freely under natural conditions without secondary pollution. The use of bamboo furniture plates to replace plastic products, porcelain products, glass fiber products, etc., to avoid secondary pollution has a very important environmental value.

4. Bamboo House adheres to the design concept of “saving materials, environmental protection, and low carbon”, and eliminates intractable and difficult-to-purify contaminated raw materials such as melamine and aluminum oxide required for the production of laminate flooring, reducing carbon emissions and environmental pollution. , in line with international green environmental protection standards.