What CARB Compliance Means for Wood Flooring In 2010, CARB released Phase 2 of its Airborne Toxic Control Measure, also known as CARB2. This rule revolves around formaldehyde emissions in products that included hardwood plywood, particleboard, and medium-density fiberboard. Exposure to formaldehyde can lead to short-term and long-term health problems. …Read More »
EPA/CARB Formaldehyde Emission Limits Compared to Regulations in Other Parts of the World System Limit on Formaldehyde Emissions Below 3.00 ppm, above 0.1 Below 0.1 ppm, above 0.07 Below 0.07 ppm Below 0.08 ppm Below 0.05 ppm About 0.03 ppm System Limit European E2 European E1 European E0 CARB Phase …Read More »
The demand for urea in wood-based panel and melamine industries is relatively stable December 22, 2021 source: futures daily In industry, the demand for urea in wood-based panel and melamine industry has been relatively stable recently. According to the data, as of December 16, the operating rate of melamine enterprises …Read More »
Recently, we have published a report about Pressure-sensitive Adhesives (PSA), The report presents profiles of competitors( more companies can be added)in the market, key players include: l Henkel l Dow l Ashland l Avery Dennison l H.B. Fuller l 3M l Arkema Group l Sika l Scapa Group l ADCO l Adhesives Research l Alfa International l American Biltrite l Beardow & Adams l Bühnen l Collano …Read More »
Development of formaldehyde limit standard for wood-based panel to protect consumer health October 27, 2021 source: China Standardization Since the eighteen Party’s Congress, general secretary Xi Jinping has repeatedly stressed that people’s safety and health should always be placed in the right place. China is the largest producer, consumer and …Read More »
Non formaldehyde soy protein adhesive for Wood Industry issued by the group standard “made in Zhejiang”
Non formaldehyde soy protein adhesive for Wood Industry issued by the group standard “made in Zhejiang” September 24, 2021 source: website of Qujiang District People’s Government Recently, the standard of non formaldehyde soy protein adhesive for wood industry (T / zzb 2172-2021), which was formulated under the leadership of Qujiang …Read More »
Wood based panel meets the most stringent standard “0 formaldehyde emission” or a new situation may appear
Wood based panel meets the most stringent standard “0 formaldehyde emission” or a new situation may appear Release date: September 18, 2021 source: http://www.wood168.net/src/newsdetail.asp?this=54996 On September 16, the reporter learned from the National Standardization Administration Committee that the latest GB / T 39600-2021 classification of formaldehyde emission from wood-based panels and …Read More »
Edible soybean as wood-based panel MDF, polywood board, formaldehyde free adhesive, pure natural, more environmental protection!
Edible soybean as wood-based panel MDF, polywood board, formaldehyde free adhesive, pure natural, more environmental protection! Environmental protection, health and pollution-free are the household life philosophy of each family. To truly achieve real aldehyde free addition, environmental protection soybean gum has realized such scientific and technological change for us. Edible …Read More »
What is the difference between MDI glue and urea formaldehyde glue? The secret of wood-based panel adhesive.
What is the difference between MDI glue and urea formaldehyde glue? The secret of wood-based panel adhesive. A survey by the indoor environment monitoring committee of China Interior Decoration Association shows that man-made board is the main source of formaldehyde in the indoor environment. In addition to the negligible trace …Read More »
Wood based panel enters the aldehyde free Era Recently, the aff formaldehyde free adhesive and artificial formaldehyde free fiberboard products developed by Professor Wang Shuguang, School of environmental science and engineering, Qingdao Campus of Shandong University and Shandong Bestar group have passed the inspection of the national decoration material quality …Read More »