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Dunlop Vs. Talalay Latex

Wondering what's the difference between Dunlop and Talalay Latex? The two types of latex are named after the different manufacturing processes used to make them. Dunlop Latex The traditional Dunlop process has been used in latex manufacture since 1929. The thick rubber sap, or serum, is whipped into a froth in a centrifuge, poured into a mold, covered, and steam baked. Natural sediments in the mixture settle to the bottom of the mold. This makes every Dunlop layer slightly firmer on its bottom side. Talalay Latex The Talalay process adds two steps. After the latex is poured, the mold is sealed and the process is continued in a vacuum chamber. The mold is then flash-frozen before it's baked. Talalay latex...

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Mattresses standard sizes

People frequently ask about the standard sizes, and it's also important to know that "Single" and "Twin" are equivalent, same for "Double" and "Full". The most popular sizes in Canada are: Twin / Single size 39"x74" 86cm x 190cm Full / Double size 54"x74" 137cm x 190 cm Queen size 60"x80" 152cm x 203cm King size 76"x80" 193cm x 203cm  

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What Does CertiPUR-US® Certified mean?

CertiPUR-US® is a certification program administered by anot-for-profit organization. A Health Checkup for Foam When you buy products containing certified foam, you can be confident that the flexible polyurethane foam inside meets CertiPUR-US® standards for content, emissions, and durability, and has been analyzed by independent, accredited testing laboratories. CertiPUR-US certified foams are: ✓ Made without ozone depleters Ozone’s presence is important in our upper atmosphere, where it provides a shield from the sun’s radiant energy. The Montreal Protocol, adopted in 1987, mandated that industries eliminate ozone depleting chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) by the year 2000. U.S. foam producers were well ahead of schedule in complying with this regulation. Unfortunately, in some parts of the world, CFCs are still used to manufacture foam. The...

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Basic definitions for the basic mattresses materials

Visco Memory Foam Visco Memory Foam Mattresses minimizes night tossing and turning because it conforms to the contour of the body. This collection of mattresses helps tremendously to reduce the pressure points along the body thereby preventing headaches,migraines and jaw aches. Correct alignment can alleviate neck pain and tension; hence enabling you to have a restful night sleep free from restlessness. Latex Foam Latex  Foam Mattresses are made from organic materials such as natural Latex Foam and it is eco-friendly in nature.This style of mattress provides unparallel comfort to the body because it is firm and when someone sleeps on it the weight is evenly distributed and pressure points are greatly reduced resulting in a comfortable night's sleep. Visco Memory...

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