Published at Thursday, March 14th, 2019 - 03:52:36 AM. Mattress. By Jean Serres.
With spring mattresses, there is always fiber or some type of foam that is placed over the springs, but these coils will cause a trampoline effect and tend to bend inward whenever pressure is applied and they do this without conforming to the body's specific bumps and curves. A spring mattress acts as a shock absorber and this reduces the wear and tear of the mattress. So the fewer coils there are in the mattress, the thicker the springs get. Another thing about spring mattresses is that the foam covering the springs could shrink over time, making springs exert more effort in supporting the weight, thus making them susceptible to losing their shape or getting broken over time.
Hybrid mattresses. These are very common types and they feature a combination of various mattress technologies. A steel coil system is combined with all manner of foams including memory, latex and polyurethane. Foams that have gel can also be combined to create hybrids. The mattress seeks to enhance comfort by incorporating many elements that make mattresses work optimally.
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