If your company exports furniture and wood products to the U.S., you must use materials such as MDF, plywood and CARB Particle Board during processing that comply with the California Air Resource Board's regulations on emissions of chemicals harmful to health.
In particular the CARB Particle Board guarantees very low emissions of formaldehyde, a substance that becomes harmful if released in excessive quantities and can cause irritation and headaches. For production that pays more attention to the welfare of end consumers, it is important to choose quality raw materials.
Special glues are used in the processing of the CARB Particle Board that ensure a minimum release of formaldehyde. The chips that make up the panel are kneaded with binding material not dangerous to health and pressed.
The panels, verified by the CARB regulation, have an identification code on the back to give certification security and traceability.