Outdoor furniture is furniture that can be placed outdoors, so you must choose furniture that can withstand the wind, rain, and sun. Let's take a look at the environmental conditions that outdoor furniture adapts to.
First, outdoor products must be able to effectively resist ultraviolet radiation. The ultraviolet radiation in sunlight will promote the accelerated chemical decomposition and aging of various organic and inorganic materials, so in order to extend the service life, the materials used in outdoor furniture must be able to delay the aging caused by ultraviolet light;
Second, outdoor products must be able to effectively resist rain erosion. Everyone knows that after the clothes are wetted by rain, if they are not dried in time, there will be mold, and the same is true for outdoor products. They must be able to effectively resist rain erosion, and some rain water contains acid and alkali components, which requires higher materials, such as Ironware products are easy to rust under the action of rain;
Third, outdoor products have high requirements on temperature. In a natural environment, the outdoor temperature often ranges from minus 20 degrees Celsius to 40 degrees Celsius. Under such a large temperature difference environment, it is easy to cause the aging and damage of outdoor product materials. For example, at low temperature, some products will freeze and crack, and under high temperature environment, the strength of some products will weaken. From the above three environmental impact factors, we know that to ensure the service life of outdoor furniture, we must strictly select the materials for outdoor furniture production.