The lead content of wooden door paint. The quality of furniture paint not only affects the aesthetics of the room but whether the products of hotel furniture manufacturers are safe and environmentally friendly directly cause pollution of the indoor environment and even endanger our health. Therefore, we need to pay attention to lead when purchasing. Content. Next, Luxury Hotel Furniture Manufacturers will give you a detailed explanation of the basic knowledge of coating for hotel furniture manufacturers!
(1) Standards for lead paint
Paints with a lead content of 0.5% or more, or 10 mg per square centimeter or more are regarded as lead paints, and the soluble lead in the interior wall paint shall not exceed 90 mg/kg.
(2) Lead content in wooden door paint
The quality of furniture paint not only affects the aesthetics of the room but whether the product is safe and environmentally friendly directly causes pollution of the indoor environment and even endangers our health. Therefore, we need to pay attention to the lead content when purchasing.
(3) The hazards of lead paint
Once lead in paint enters the human body through the respiratory tract, digestive tract, skin, etc., it will continue to accumulate in the blood, causing toxic reactions such as anemia, memory loss, high blood pressure, and joint pain. According to measurements, nail-sized paint chips contain 50 mg of lead. Studies have found that infants and young children are the main victims of lead pollution. According to a survey conducted by the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, one-third of children in my country still consume excessive amounts of lead. Among them, household decorations are the most common source of lead pollution for children. Investigations show that at 1 meter above the ground, the lead concentration in the air is 16 times that at 1.5 meters, and the height of children is within this range. Infants and young children often touch the wall with their hands, and they have the habit of sucking their fingers, which makes it them easy to ingest large amounts of lead. In addition, the absorption rate of lead by infants and young children is as high as 53%, which is about 5 times that of adults.
(4) Toxicity source of lead paint
Lead-containing paint is mainly caused by lead compounds contained in paint pigments, such as yellow lead, red lead, and lead white. Because it can keep the paint color bright for a long time, the brighter the paint, the more likely it is to contain a large amount of lead.
(5) Methods to prevent lead poisoning
There are some simple ways to prevent lead poisoning, such as cleaning the floor, window sills, and carpets regularly every week, and urging children to wash their hands frequently, especially before eating, to ensure that children’s diets are high in iron and calcium, and low in fat. Can make children less absorb lead in the environment.