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Developing Prospect of Aluminum Sheet Furniture

April 19, 2018

Aluminum sheet furniture might be one of the hottest topics in furniture industry. Many people, especially those in need of new furniture, have doubts about developing prospect of this new type of furniture. After all, people all over the world have been used to using wooden chairs and tables for thousands of years and it’s not easy to embrace a strange material without worry and anxiety. Today let’s talk about prospect of aluminum sheet furniture based on study of relative paper materials.

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Manufacturers are willing to invest more in aluminum sheet furniture because of two reasons. First, it overshadows wooden furniture with extraordinary natural properties of metals. It withstands water, moisture, fire as well as corrosion. It won’t have problems of depainting, worms or scratches. Boasting stronger strength than wood, aluminum material also has an advantage over other metals. Its smaller density makes it lighter than most metals, which enables people to move aluminum sheet furniture conveniently. Generally speaking, the new kind of furniture also lasts longer than traditional wooden furniture. Second, it contains little or no harmful chemicals. Furniture of aluminum boards has been made together by welding, cuttage grafting or bolts rather than by chemical sticking agents which are applied to wooden furniture. Besides, aluminum boards can only be produced by pressing large aluminum bulks into pieces, which entail no adding of harmful materials. In contrast, man-made wooden boards may contain low class raw material that does harm to people’s health.

However, it will still take a long time for aluminum sheet furniture to take real market share. On the one hand, it takes time for people to accept a new type of furniture and to believe in its quality. On the other hand, lack in universal rules in the industry leads to unreasonable competition like reducing prices. Therefore, it still has a long way to go before really entering the market.

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