Mattress. Tuesday , October 17th , 2017 - 10:00:25 AM
Mattress toppers are often used synonymously with mattress protectors, yet they are not one and the same. A mattress topper is a layer memory foam, micro fibre or even down that's placed on the mattress to increase comfort and the life of the mattress. A protector is a covering that's placed around a mattress to protect is from stains and allergens. Mattress protectors are commonly manufactured from a water proof material and is held in place by a corner band. The biggest benefit of using a mattress toppers or protectors is that they protect your mattress from stains, sweat and odours, thus ensuring the longevity of the mattress. Toppers are commonly used by allergy sufferers to reduce the level of allergens in the bed.
Sealy mattresses have been a top rated product for many years and the company is the world's largest manufacturer of mattresses. The company manufactures mattresses in the mid- to high-end price bracket. As you might expect from the world's largest manufacturer, Sealy make all types from the Sealy Posturepedic - an orthopedically designed inner-spring mattress - to the Sealy SpringFree - a 100% latex mattress. Sealy didn't lead the way in the use of viscoelastic foam but has now brought out its own version, called the Sealy TrueForm. Like other viscoelastic mattresses the Sealy model is multilayered using a high-density foam core (not memory foam) with a top layer of memory foam. Sealy claim that the inner-core of high-density foam provides the support whilst the top layer of memory foam provides both support and comfort.
The manufacturing facility is built in a 15 acre industrial campus in Coimbatore. The world class manufacturing facility comprises machineries from Germany, Sweden and USA. Peps is India's only manufacturer of sleep systems that match exact quality and technology benchmarks of Restonic Corporation of USA. Peps' unique expertise and insights of Indian consumer strengthen an already formidable partnership.
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