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GB/T 3324-2008
GB
NATIONAL STANDARD
OF THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
ICS 97.140
Y 81
Replacing GB/T 3324-1995
Wooden furniture – General technical requirements
ISSUED ON. AUGUST 19, 2008
IMPLEMENTED ON. MAY 01, 2009
Issued by. General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and
Quarantine;
Standardization Administration of PRC.
Table of Contents
Foreword ... 3 
1 Scope ... 5 
2 Normative references ... 5 
3 Terms and definitions ... 7 
4 Product classification ... 9 
5 Requirements ... 11 
6 Test methods ... 19 
7 Inspection rules ... 23 
8 Marking, use instructions, packaging, transportation, and storage ... 25 
Appendix A (Normative) Annual average wood moisture content of various
regions in China ... 27 
Appendix B (Informative) Furniture mechanical properties test level ... 29 
Foreword
This standard is the amendment of GB/T 3324-1995 “Wood furniture - general
technical requirements”.
This standard replaces GB/T 3324-1995 “Wood furniture - general technical
requirements”.
As compared with GB/T 3324-1995, the main changes are as follows.
- In the terms and definitions, ADD the definition of "furniture main unit, base
material, furniture made of wood, furniture made of wood-based panel,
wooden furniture made of multiple material, surface decoration by soft or
hard material, surface decoration, and furniture hardware”; MODIFY the
definition of “outward appearance, inward appearance”; DELETE the
definition of “concealed location”;
- ADD the chapter of “product classification”; SPECIFY the wood furniture
product classification;
- In the “Main dimensions and their deviations”, MODIFY the main
dimensions of the bed;
- In the “Shape and position tolerance”, ADD the “opposite side length
difference” inspection to the item “adjacent edge perpendicularity”; UNIFY
the requirements for “parting”;
- In the “Main material requirements”, ADD the “identity consistency” and the
“wood-based panel moisture content” requirements, and MODIFY the wood
moisture content requirements; ADD the physical and mechanical
performance requirements for the particleboard and fiberboard;
- In the “Appearance requirements”, ADD the appearance requirements for
“surface decoration by soft or hard material”; ADD the appearance
requirements for furniture hardware and glass pieces;
- In the “physical and chemical properties requirements”, ADD the
requirements of paint film to resist cigarettes burning, the “scratching
resistance, cigarette burning resistance, impact resistance, and light
fastness requirements” of surface decoration by soft or hard material, and
the requirements and test methods for “surface bonding strength”; CANCEL
the “damp heat resistance requirements” for surface decoration by soft or
hard material;
Wooden furniture – General technical requirements
1 Scope
This standard specifies the terms and definitions, product classification,
requirements, test methods, inspection rules and signs, use instructions,
packaging, transportation, and storage of wood furniture,.
This standard applies to general technical requirements of wood furniture
products; other furniture may refer to this standard. When there are specific
product standards, it shall comply with the provisions of the product standards.
2 Normative references
The provisions in following documents become the provisions of this Standard
through reference in this Standard. For the dated references, the subsequent
amendments (excluding corrections) or revisions do not apply to this Standard;
however, parties who reach an agreement based on this Standard are
encouraged to study if the latest versions of these documents are applicable.
For undated references, the latest edition of the referenced document applies.
GB/T 1931 Method for determination of the moisture content of wood
GB/T 2828.1-2003 Sampling procedures for inspection by attributes - Part 1.
Sampling schemes indexed by acceptance quality limit (AQL) for lot-by-lot
inspection
GB/T 4893.1-2005 Furniture - Assessment of surface resistance to cold
liquids
GB/T 4893.2-2005 Furniture - Assessment of surface resistance to wet heat
GB/T 4893.3-2005 Furniture - Assessment of surface resistance to dry heat
GB/T 4893.4 Test of surface coatings of furniture – Part 4. Determination of
adhesion – Cross cut
GB/T 4893.7 Test of surface coatings of furniture – Determination of surface
resistance to alternation of heat and cold
GB/T 4893.8 Furniture - assessment of wearability of surface coatings
GB/T 4893.9 Furniture – Test for surfaces – Assessment of resistance to
impact
GB/T 4897.3-2003 Particleboard - Part 3. Requirements for boards for
interior fitments (including furniture) for use in dry conditions
GB 5296.6 Instructions for use of products of consumer interest – Part 6.
Furniture
GB/T 10357.1 Test of mechanical properties of furniture - Strength and
durability of tables
GB/T 10357.2-1989 Tests for mechanical properties - Stability of chairs and
stools
GB/T 10357.3 Test of mechanical properties of furniture – Strength and
durability of chairs and stools
GB/T 10357.4 Test of mechanical properties of furniture – Stability of storage
units
GB/T 10357.5 Test of mechanical properties of furniture – Strength and
durability of storage units
GB/T 10357.6 Test of mechanical properties of furniture – Strength and
durability of beds
GB/T 10357.7-1995 Test of mechanical properties of furniture – Stability of
tables
GB/T 11718-1999 Medium density fibreboard
GB/T 15102-2006 Surface decorated wood–based panels with paper
impregnated thermosetting resins
GB/T 15104-2006 Decorated veneered wood-based panel
GB/T 17657-1999 Test methods for evaluating the properties of wood-based
panels and surface decorated wood-based panels
GB 18584 Indoor decorating and refurbishing materials – Limit of harmful
substances of wood based furniture
GB 20286-2006 Requirements and mark on burning behavior of fire retarding
products and sub-assembles in public places
QB/T 3914-1999 Glossary of terms commonly used in the furniture industry
QB/T 1950 Determination of resistance to water of furniture surface coatings
3 Terms and definitions
The terms and definitions as determined in QB/T 3914-1999 and the following
apply to this standard.
3.1
Wooden furniture
It refers to the furniture which is, except for the decoration parts and fittings,
made of wood, wood-based panels, and other wood materials.
3.2
Furniture main unit
It refers to the parts in the furniture which have the supporting, bearing and
longitudinally partition functions. The table main unit includes table top,
drawer, door panel, side board, foot stool and so on. The cabinet main unit
includes panel, top board, door panel, side board, partition board, foot stool
and so on; the main units of wood sofa, chair and stool include seat surface,
armrest, backrest, foot and so on. The main units of bed furniture include bed
screen (high screen, low screen), bed board, bed etc.
3.3
Main material
It refers to the materials used to make the main units of furniture, which is
also known as base material.
3.4
Furniture made of wood
It refers to the furniture made of solid wood lumber or solid wood board, AND
surface coated; OR the furniture the main materials of which are veneered
with solid wood single board or thin wood veneer AND subjected to coating
treatment. The solid wood sheet refers to the solid wood materials of joined
wood and laminated wood which is formed by secondary processing.
3.5
Furniture made of wood-based panel
a) Furniture made of wood only. it refers to the furniture all the wooden parts
of which (except for mirror pallets and depression bar) are made of solid
wood lumber or solid wood panel;
b) Furniture made of wood. it refers to the furniture the main material of which
is made of solid wood lumber or solid wood panel, AND the surface of
which dos not subjected to covering treatment;
c) Solid wood veneered furniture. it refers to the furniture the main material
of which is made of solid wood lumber or solid wood panel, AND the
surface of which is covered with solid wood single board or thin wood
veneer.
4.1.1.2 Based on the solid wood properties, it can be divided into two categories.
a) Furniture of solid wood lumber. it is also known as furniture made of
natural wood, referring to the furniture made of solid wood lumber;
b) Furniture of solid wood panel. it refers to the furniture using the solid wood
panel as the main materials.
4.1.2 Furniture made of wood-based panel
Based on the wood-based panel categories used for the main materials, the
furniture made of wood-based panel can be divided into 4 categories.
a) Fibreboard furniture. furniture made of fibreboard;
b) Particleboard furniture. furniture that the main material is made of
particleboard;
c) Block-board furniture. furniture that the main material is made of block-
board;
d) Mult...
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