The Difference Between Spring Based Mattress and Memory Foam Mattress

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What Makes Spring Mattress and Memory Foam Mattress Different

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Difference Between Spring Based Mattress and Memory Foam Mattress – An infographic by the team at HomeArena Furniture.

The Difference Between Spring Based Mattress and Memory Foam Mattress

Spring Mattresses
Spring, coil spring, inner spring or pocket spring, all of these are slight variations to the basic concept of spring mattress.

Memory Foam Mattresses
Memory foam mattresses boast of NASA backed advanced technology to support and relieve your body from pains and aches.

CONCEPT

Spring Mattresses
A metal spring zone constitutes the base of these types of mattresses, covered with a comfort layer enabling you to lie on mattress surface without feeling the wire network underneath. This layer can be made using different comfortable and resilient materials.

Memory Foam Mattresses
Memory foam mattress or visco-elastic mattress is the name given to a foam type based on NASA backed advanced technology helpful in supporting your back and relieving back and muscle aches. Visco-elastic material is used in these mattresses, which is pressure and temperature sensitive, hugging and contouring to your body as a result to offer maximum back support and pain relief.

HISTORY

Spring Mattress

  • Coil spring concept for bedding was patented in 1865 for the first time in history
  • Upholstered foundations and spring mattresses rose to fame in 1930s in the West and ever since then, they remain top choices for masses in one form or another

Memory Foam Mattress

  • Developed in 1960s by NASA as a pressure relieving and highly comfortable mattress padding to support their astronauts
  • The technology remained with NASA till 1980s before they sold it out
  • Mass production commenced in 1991

MATERIALS USED

Spring Mattress:

Base Spring Zone
Strong but very flexible metal is used to constitute its base.

Comfort Layer
Wool, foam or cotton fibres used in comfort layer to cover spring network underneath.

Ticking
Ticking or outer cover that is made using cotton, silk, wool or linen.

Memory Foam Mattress:

Core or Base
Polyurethane layer.

Polyurethane Layer
Comprises of tiny sized billions of air-filled balloons.

Regeneration
These tiny balloon structures have the ability to decompress (on applying pressure) and regenerate (on removing pressure)

CONCLUSION

These are some basic points to help you understand The Difference Between Spring Based Mattress and Memory Foam Mattress.

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