Parisot has a test laboratory for testing furniture produced by its industrial sites before it enters the market and to ensure its products may be used in complete safety.

Fatigue tests are done on all functional hardware on furniture:

  • 50,000 open/close cycles for runner systems on drawers, doors and door hinges.
  • Tearing tests on assembly hardware
  • Impact tests on glass, etc.


Products comply with safety requirements in order to avoid risks of cutting, pinching or shearing during use: NF-EN 1725, 12521, 14749, 747-1&2.

Stability tests are carried out in order to avoid tipping during use: NF-EN1022, 1730, 14749, 747-1&2.

Durability tests are carried out in order to check that the furniture retains its functionality by applying static and dynamic loads or fatigue cycles to fitted furniture.

This process of testing until failure guarantees a durable product that meets your requirements when in use. This test centre is regularly inspected by the FCBA (Forêt Cellulose Bois-Construction Ameublement).

To find out more:

 

 

  test-conso1
Horizontal static load tests NF-EN 1730/6.2
300 N, 10 cycles, 30"
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Vertical static load tests NF-EN 172530/7.7
Bed edge 2*1200 N, 1 cycle, 1'
 

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