According to statistics, there are at least 1,200 wood companies engaged in the production and operation of wood anti-corrosion, fire-retardant, heat treatment, modification and wood-based composite engineering materials, and around 500 companies are mainly engaged in the production and construction of anti-corrosion wood. , Covering more than 20 provinces and cities across the country, mainly in Beijing, Shanghai, Zhejiang, Jiangsu, Guangdong, Sichuan, Inner Mongolia, Heilongjiang and other provinces, regions and cities, and the development of the industry has basically stabilized. "
China's wood protection industry started from a new type of preservative wood industry, and the number of companies has grown from more than 10 years ago to 1,200 now. However, the current industry is small in scale, low in technology, weak in industry management, lagging in new product development, backward in technology, and other phenomena. Compared with foreign countries, there is still a big gap. China's wood protection industry is in a developing state. The period is also facing a period of reshuffle. "
So how to achieve the healthy development of the industry, how to regulate the enterprise and the market, the only answer is the standard, especially the need for a complete set of standard system construction. According to the reporter’s understanding, up to now, China has promulgated and implemented 75 standards for wood preservation, wood fire retardancy, wood drying, and wood modification. Among them, 43 standards for corrosion protection (21 national standards and 22 industry standards) are being compiled. There are 31 standards (23 national standards and 9 industrial standards), which have covered wood preservative raw materials, equipment, products, testing, and applications, and basically formed a system. The national standard for engineering construction of the "Technical Specifications for the Application of Anti-corrosion Wood Engineering" drafted by the Timber Conservation Development Center has been issued and implemented. The industry standard "Technical Specifications for Occupational Health of Timber Processing Enterprises" has also been reviewed by experts. The promulgation and implementation of these standards will further improve the timber protection standard system.