Choosing the right mattress is a very individual thing; a good quality mattress helps you sleep and gives you better support. A good mattress is worth investing in as it can last up to 10 years or more.
Mattresses are made from a variety of different materials and include everything from foam, air mattresses, water mattresses and pocket spring mattresses. There are also hybrids of different materials as manufacturers try to get the most by combining different types.
Foam mattresses have been around for over 60 years, they are primarily a piece of foam covered in a soft, comfortable fabric. Foam mattress have become more sophisticated over time and are usually light, full of spring and without protruding internal wires.
Pocket spring mattresses are a relatively recent innovation. Each spring works independently to respond to individual body weight. Pocket sprung mattresses have an integrated zero motion transfer effect which means you or your partner can move and turn around without causing mattress movements.
Airflow® Mattress from Adjustamatic
The Airflow® mattress blends pocket spring technology with “Space Age” foam to provide a pressure relieving mattress. The Aveon mattress utilises visco elastic foam (Reflexion®) which was originally developed by the U.S. space programme. This foam has unique energy-absorbent capability so it accepts pressure without creating upward force and therefore relieves pressure on joints.
The Airflow® mattress has an insulating layer between the pocket spring and the supporting foam to provide extra flexibility. Compact pocket springs in a barrel shaped profile for flexing and extra support. The sheer density of springs enhances the body moulding process and further reduces pressure on the joints; cushioning vulnerable shoulders, pelvis, hips, ankles and heels. The mattress then moulds and re-moulds to your body’s contours.
Visit Airflow® mattresses for more information about Adjustamatic’s innovative, pressure relieving mattress.