Why does mahogany furniture crackle in the middle of the night? -Alice factory


Is it normal for mahogany furniture to have crackling noises?

This phenomenon should be normal and is generally not a quality problem, but there are internal reasons for its occurrence. It is possible that when the frame is installed, the side spring is installed in the side slot, and the side slot is not on a horizontal line, and has a height difference similar to a step. After the core plate is installed, it is not completely returned, which means that there is still tension between the side spring and the side slot.

In the spring and autumn seasons, the furniture was newly made, it shrank in heat and increased in coldness, and it rang, and it was restored in place. Just like the joints of human bones and joints, if they are slightly misplaced, they will click and return to their positions with a click.

At this time, as long as the furniture doesn't crack or deform, it shouldn't be a fault. In the past, for newly built houses with large wooden beams, the frames were not fully installed. After a period of use and implementation, the tenon and tenon joints were completely interlocked, and they would still ring.

The most likely place for cracking sound is the structural parts of the furniture surface core board, drawer board, and mountain board. The problem lies in the processing accuracy.

The side grooves of the Zun frame are not in a straight line, which may be 1-2 mm apart, or the face core board is not slightly bent on the same plane. As the season changes or swells, there is a sudden release of stress changes. process.

The sound of hardwood furniture swelling with the change of seasons and humidity is a normal natural phenomenon. The most obvious manifestation is the newly made furniture that has just left the factory. In addition, hardwood furniture, whether new or old, is re-disassembled for assembly, and there is also a process of re-adaptation to the environment, which will also produce noise.

Antique furniture is transported from place A to place B. Even if it is in the same city, it is normal for noise to occur due to changes in the surrounding environment. Furniture from the south is transported to the north or furniture from the north is transported to the south, there will also be a process of adaptation and noise.

Therefore, as long as the furniture does not crack or deform, the crackling sound is not a problem. In particular, it is normal for newly-purchased furniture to have a popping sound, which does not affect the use, and will gradually disappear after a period of time. Veneer furniture, wood-based furniture, cork furniture, steel-plastic furniture, and marble furniture will not produce noise.

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