California Technical Bulletin 117 was enacted into California law in 1975. CAL. 117 as it is commonly referred to created flammability standards for concealed filling materials and fabrics used on upholstered furniture. A 1992 companion legislation created California Bulletin 133 (CAL. 133). While CAL. 117 was primarily focused on filling, foam and fabric, CAL. 133 was designed to test the upholstered piece as a whole. So, instead of looking at how well components performed as in CAL. 117, CAL. 133 tested the entire assembled piece of furniture. The California legislations were considered to be comprehensive enough that many states adopted them to govern furniture standards for seating used in public areas.
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