Pocket Spring Mattresses

Invented in 1870 by an American named Zalmon G. Simmons, the pocket spring mattress consists of barrel-shaped springs introduced individually into a pocket of non-woven material.

Each mattress therefore consists of several hundred springs that are independent of each other. On this layer of springs, various garnishings can be placed: Bultex®, latex or visco elastic foam.

The quality of a spring mattress depends on the various additional stuffings, synthetic, wool, cashmere or natural silk for the most sophisticated.

QUALITIES

  • High Resilience
  • Ventilation
  • Longevity
  • Choice of Materials
  • Independence of the Bedding