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    The National Standards Committee intends to implement a revised plan for water-based wood coatings, etc.

    • Last Update: 2021-11-26
    • Source: Internet
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    Global Coatings Network News:


    Global Coatings Network News:


    On September 26, the National Standardization Management Committee issued the first batch of national standard formulation and revision plans for 2014.
    There are a total of 1354 items in this batch of plans, of which 932 items have been formulated and 422 items have been revised; 133 items are mandatory standards, 1,210 items are recommended standards, and 11 items are instructive technical documents.
    This batch of plans includes a number of national standards for coatings and pigments.
    These include the formulation of two popular standards: "Limits of Hazardous Substances in Indoor Floor Coatings" and "Water-based Wood Coatings for Children's Room Decoration".



    "Limits of Hazardous Substances in Indoor Floor Coatings" Project No.
    20140296-Q-606


    The boom in the real estate industry in recent years has driven the home decoration market.
    As one of the indispensable consumer products for home decoration, floor coatings have attracted the attention of consumers.
    Consumers have always criticized the harmful substances in coatings, so consumers have begun to pay attention to the environmental protection of floor coatings.


    Indoor floor coatings have been widely used in home decoration due to their excellent performance in all aspects and diverse functions.
    Commercial venues and industrial plants are also widely used.
    Some floor coating users, especially places with high environmental sanitation requirements, such as pharmaceutical factories, food processing plants, laboratories, etc.
    , have put forward inspection requirements for the content of harmful substances in floor coatings.
    Therefore, the formulation of this standard is very practical and meaningful.


    "Water-based Wood Coatings for Children's Room Decoration" Project No.
    20140493-T-606


    Compared with adults, children have weaker immunity and resistance, and are vulnerable to injuries from all aspects, especially when decorating children's rooms (recommended reading: "Floor Material Selection in Children's Room Decoration"), although the damage of air pollution is invisible It's hard to guard against.
    In addition, children are more naughty and like to touch.
    Substandard coatings are potentially harmful to children's health.
    However, there are huge loopholes in the current standards for water-based wood coatings in my country: the physiological characteristics of children are not considered when setting the types and limits of harmful substances.


    The formulation of the new standards is specifically tailored to the physical and behavioral characteristics of children, pursuing environmental protection and health, and ensuring the physical and mental health of children.
    (Source: Global Coatings Network) (For more information, please log in: Global Coatings Network
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