Abstract: A multilayer mattress comprising a top polyurethane polyether reticulated foam layer; a middle polyurethane polyether reticulated foam layer; and a bottom support layer. The top layer has an open-cell structure, a thickness of 1.5-5 cm, a compression resistance of 1-5.5 kPa and a resilience of 40-55%; whereas the middle layer has an open-cell structure, a thickness of 2.5-7.5 cm, a compression resistance of 1-5.5 kPa and a resilience of 1-15%.
May 16, 2013
November 20, 2014
SPALDIN SLEEP SYSTEMS INC.
Oscar Valdemoros Tobia, Javier Fernandez Lopez
Abstract: Embodiments of the invention include a fire retardant mattress including a quilt panel positioned at a top sleeping surface of the mattress. A top fire retardant layer is positioned adjacent to the quilt panel. A side panel is positioned at a side surface of the mattress. A side fire retardant layer is positioned adjacent to the side panel. A bottom panel is positioned at a bottom surface of the mattress. Bottom fire retardant material is positioned only around the periphery of the bottom panel.
Abstract: In one embodiment, a mattress is constructed of a core having a first side and a second side. A first padding layer is positioned at the first side of the core and comprises a foam material having contoured surface facing away from the core. A second padding layer of a foam material is positioned adjacent the contoured surface of the first padding layer.
Abstract: A mattress system offering combinations of comfort and support comprising at least two modules, positioned side-by-side along their longest dimension to define at least two recumbent user areas the modules comprising depressions accomodating removable inserts of differing firmness. The mattress system provides an immense array of combinations of firmness and support, allowing each user to adjust, to a very wide degree, the comfort, firmness and support beneath their upper body, lumbar area, and lower body. The adaptable structure of the mattress system also allows the individual user to customize his/her side of the bed and easily change his/her side of the bed as his/her preferences change. Additionally, the construction increases the longevity of the bed, because components may be replaced one at a time as deemed necessary.
Abstract: A mattress is provided having an innerspring, at least one upholstery layer, which includes at least one foam layer, and quilt panel layers. The upholstery layer has an edged support layer, a steel wire grid laminated to the edged support layer, and a firm foam layer laminated to the steel wire grid. The steel wire grid serves to provide support and to reduce the sagging effect caused when adding additional foam layers. The firm foam layer provides support distributed even across the mattress and may be used alone or in combination with the steel wire grid.
Abstract: A foldable springless mattress for a sleeper sofa has a hard but bendable bottom insulator pad, a first flexible foam layer adhered on top of the insulator pad, an all-natural latex rubber layer adhered on top of the first flexible foam layer, and a composite panel adhered on top of the rubber layer. The composite panel includes an intermediate layer of antimicrobial-treated fibers quilted together with a second flexible foam layer and a moisture-resistant damask fabric. This damask fabric covers all surfaces of the mattress. A process of making the foldable springless mattress includes the steps of providing the insulator pad, adhering the first flexible foam layer on top of the pad, adhering the rubber layer on top of the first flexible foam layer, and adhering the composite panel on top of the rubber layer. The composite panel is formed preliminarily by quilting the layer of antimicrobial-treated fibers together with the second flexible foam layer and the damask fabric.
January 21, 2000
Date of Patent:
October 2, 2001
Sharon Lynne Smith-McKelvey, J. Scott Holliday
Abstract: A mattress top assembly for a mattress includes a pad filled with cushioning material and a plurality of connector straps attached along the head, foot, arid side edges of the pad and removably connected to the side wall of the mattress. The mattress includes one part of a cooperable fastener generally midway between top and bottom surfaces, on the side walls of the mattress, for detachable connection of each of the straps thereto.
Abstract: A camping mat in which the upper surface has a plurality of air insulating chambers to provide a reduction in body heat loss of the user. The mat may be configured as either a sleeping mat or a camping chair, or combination thereof, and may be of the self-inflating type with open-cell foam inside a waterproof and airtight envelope. Two pads of flexible foam are in the envelope and the upper pad has a plurality of pad cavities or pad apertures which, upon the assembly of the mat, cause the formation of the air insulating chambers.
Abstract: A water-tight and heat-insulating air mattress structure having an air valve and a body made up of upper and lower layers, first and second LLDPE layers, first and second aluminum foil layers, and a nylon layer sandwiched there-between. The upper layer is applied on the first LLDPE layer which can retard the encroachment of water, while the first aluminum foil layer which can prevent the heat from dissipation is laminated between the first LLDPE layer and the nylon layer. The opposite layers, the lower layer and the second LLDPE and second aluminum layers, are applied in the same order as the above layers, and thus laminating and sandwiching the nylon layer there-between to form an air mattress structure with the advantages of both water-tight and heat-insulating.
March 6, 1996
Date of Patent:
September 23, 1997
Feng Yi Outdoor Leisure Equipment Enterprise Co., Ltd.