• Types Of Latex

    Talalay Latex

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    Natural Latex

    Type of Latex produced from the serum of the rubber tree. Known for its softness and elasticity, as well as its biodegradability and inherent resistance to bacteria, mold and dust mites. See synthetic latex and organic latex.

    Pure Latex

    Meaning Latex does not include Fillers. Can be applied to either Synthetic or Natural Latex. Most higher-quality latex mattresses, use pure latex.

    Synthetic Latex

    Type of Latex that shares many of the same physical properties as Natural Latex, but is made through a chemical process using petroleum-based materials. Generally considered slightly stiffer than natural latex, but also more consistent in quality, giving it slightly better Resiliency over a very long period of time.

     

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    Type of Latex produced from a blend of natural and synthetic latex. Often claimed to combine the Elasticity of Natural Latex with the consistent quality and Durability of Synthetic Latex.

    Blended Latex

    Type of Latex produced from a blend of natural and synthetic latex. Often claimed to combine the Elasticity of Natural Latex with the consistent quality and Durability of Synthetic Latex.

  • Latex Mattresses

    The Cool Way To Lay

    "Latex mattresses are currently experiencing a resurgence in popularity, particularly in North America and Eastern Europe."

    In general, latex mirrors many benefits of memory foam, especially in exceptional support and durability. For those who don't care for those aspects of memory foam, whether due to the warmth of the mattress, difficulty in changing positions or otherwise, latex is the 'cool way to lay'. Consumers have claimed they prefer latex because of its well-balanced support, long lifespan, along with being allergen resistance.

    Talalay Latex Production

    Talalay process, the wet latex foam is similarly poured into a mold, but the extra room is left at the top of the mold. Once the mold is sealed, air is vacuumed out of the mold, causing the foam to expand such that it fills the empty space inside the mold. The mold is then frozen and quickly vulcanized, locking in the expanded structure of the foam. Not surprisingly, Talalay latex is generally softer and less dense, but also comes in various firmness levels.

    Talalay Latex
  • Types Of Talay Latex Mattresses

    Talalay Latex

    Talalay Latex rubber is extremely durable. . The manufacturing process for Talalay Latex is more complex and adds two extra steps to the process, making the feel of the mattress more consistent. Talalay is vulcanized, making it the most resilient material available in a mattress.

    Natural Latex

    Type of Latex produced from the serum of the rubber tree. Known for its softness and elasticity, as well as its biodegradability and inherent resistance to bacteria, mold and dust mites. See synthetic latex and organic latex.

    Pure Latex

    Meaning Latex does not include Fillers. Can be applied to either Synthetic or Natural Latex. Most higher-quality latex mattresses, use pure latex.

    Snthetic Latex

    Type of Latex that shares many of the same physical properties as Natural Latex, but is made through a chemical process using petroleum-based materials. Generally considered slightly stiffer than natural latex, but also more consistent in quality, giving it slightly better Resiliency over a very long period of time.

    Blended Latex

    Type of Latex produced from a blend of natural and synthetic latex. Often claimed to combine the Elasticity of Natural Latex with the consistent quality and Durability of Synthetic Latex.

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